2008 Formula Renault seasons

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2008 Formula Renault season
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Formula Renault is a class of formula racing that was founded in 1971. It is currently the biggest single-seater championship in the United Kingdom.[1]

Season calendar[edit]

This table indicates the season calendar. It shows the round number of each series along with their dates. The dark boxes indicates the winter series.

Formula
Renault
March April May June July August September October November December
8–9 15–16 22–23 29–30 5–6 12–13 19–20 26–27 3–4 10–11 17–18 24–25 31–1 7–8 14–15 21–22 28–29 5–6 12–13 19–20 26–27 2–3 9–10 16–17 23–24 30–31 6–7 13–14 20–21 27–28 4–5 11–12 18–19 25–26 1–2 8–9 15–16 22–23 29–30 6–7 13–14
WSbR 1–2 3–4 5 6–7 8–9 10–11 12–13 14–15 16–17
V6 Asia 1–2 3–4 5–6 9–10 11–14
Eurocup 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 13–14
WEC 1–2 3–4 5–6 7 8–9 10–11 12–13 14–15
UK 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 13–14 15–16 17–18 19–20 1–2 3–4
BARC 1–2 3–4 5 6–7 8 9 10–11
Italia 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 1–2
NEC 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 13–14 15–16
Suisse 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12
Portugal 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 13–14
Finland 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12
Asia 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 13–14
'Academy 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 13–14
Argentina 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Formula Renault 3.5L[edit]

See also 2008 World Series by Renault season and 2008 Formula V6 Asia season

Collective test for notable 2.0L drivers[edit]

Every year, Renault Sport Technologies would invite the best Formula Renault 2.0L and Eurocup Mégane Trophy drivers to test the Formula Renault 3.5L. For the 2008 season, the test occurred on November 5–7 on the Paul Ricard HTTT track in France.[2]

The invited drivers
Driver Team Note
United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou Fortec Motorsport
Portugal António Félix da Costa P1 Motorsport
Germany Tobias Hegewald Withdrew participation due to injury
Finland Jesse Krohn Pons Racing
United States Geoffrey Kwong KTR
Spain Roberto Merhi Epsilon Euskadi
Brazil César Ramos Ultimate Signature
Australia Daniel Ricciardo Carlin Motorsport
France Michaël Rossi RC Motorsport Eurocup Mégane Trophy winner
Norway Pål Varhaug Prema Powerteam
France Tristan Vautier International DracoRacing
Switzerland Christopher Zanella Red Devil Team Comtec

Formula Renault 2.0L[edit]

Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup series[edit]

See also 2008 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season

Formula Renault 2.0 West European Cup season[edit]

The Formula Renault 2.0 West European Cup was the first season for the WEC series.[3] It includes the French Formula Renault championship that offers a reward for the best French driver[4] and rookie driver. It also has the Challenger Cup which is for drivers using cars that run with the 2004 aerodynamic kit.[5]

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 15 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 point is given to every pole position holder. 1 point is also given to the fastest driver in each lap. There are 2 race rounds. The first is between 60 kilometres (37 mi) and 80 kilometres (50 mi). The second race is between 20 to 30 minutes.

In Round 6 of the Valencia race, Daniel Ricciardo, Andrea Caldarelli and Jean-Éric Vergne were disqualified for technical regulation non-conformity in their SG Formula's rear wings.[6] Benjamin Lariche, who came in 3rd, was declared the race winner instead.

Pos[7][8] Driver Team France Nogaro
March 23–24
France
Dijon
May 10–11
Spain Valencia
June 21–22
France
Le Mans
September 6–7
Portugal Estoril
September 27–28
Belgium
Spa
October 4–5
France Magny-Cours
October 11–12
Spain Catalunya
October 18–19
Points Points
(F)[A 1]
Points
(R)[B 1]
Points
(C)[C 1]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1 Australia Daniel Ricciardo SG Formula 1* 5 1 1* 1 DSQ 1 1 2 2 1 6 4 1 2 192
2 Spain Roberto Merhi Epsilon Euskadi 3 2 2 2 2 4 3 3 1 1 2 1 3 3 3 184
3 Italy Andrea Caldarelli SG Formula 2 1* 4 4 3 DSQ 8 Ret 9 3 3 4 1 2 1 129
4 France Jean-Éric Vergne SG Formula Ret 9 5 5 4 DSQ 2 2 5 4 4 3 7 4 7 95 119 177
5 Spain Albert Costa Epsilon Euskadi 8 6 3 10 6 2 Ret 17 4 11 8 2 2 Ret 5 85 154
6 France Tristan Vautier Epsilon Sport Team(1–4), SG Formula(5–15) 4 3 14 7 11 12 6 4 3 10 5 5 5 5 6 79 107
7 Russia Anton Nebylitskiy SG Formula 10 8 6 3 5 7 12 8 21 24 18 DNS 9 9 9 41
8 Spain Miquel Monrás Hitech Junior Team(1–9), SG Formula(10–15) 15 11 11 Ret 19 3 Ret 6 19 5 9 19 11 7 17 30 80
9 United States Jake Rosenzweig Epsilon Euskadi 9 Ret 8 9 12 14 24 5 6 13 10 8 12 8 13 30 104
10 France Benjamin Lariche Pole Services 14 19 22 Ret Ret 1 13 14 8 15 19 Ret Ret 24 20 18 31
11 Dominican Republic Richard Campollo Epsilon Euskadi Ret 4 10 12 7 Ret 21 15 Ret 21 15 DNS Ret 10 12 16 61
12 France Bastien Borget Epsilon Sport Team 6 28 DNS 21 Ret 10 22 16 Ret 32 21 10 6 12 11 14 39
13 France Julien Abelli TCS Racing DNS 7 13 13 9 11 5 Ret 11 Ret 16 13 10 13 18 14 59 73
14 Brazil Gabriel Dias Fortec Motorsport 22 29 15 8 8 6 26 9 14 18 DNS 13 41
15 France Mathieu Arzeno Epsilon Euskadi Ret Ret 4 7 Ret 12 23
16 Monaco Stéphane Richelmi Epsilon Sport Team 5 10 16 11 17 8 17 10
17 France Antony Tardieu Pole Services 17 12 12 6 13 16 25 Ret 12 23 11 20 15 Ret 10 10 63 52
18 France Nathanaël Berthon Boutsen Energy Racing 23 13 21 14 Ret 13 9 10 10 7 Ret 23 Ret 14 15 9 44 52
19 Australia Ashley Walsh Hitech Junior Team 12 17 19 15 21 23 7 18 7 17 22 15 16 Ret 25 8 37
20 Spain Himar Acosta IQuick 16 5 6
21 France Maxime Jousse Pole Services 11 Ret 7 17 22 17 16 Ret DNS Ret 14 14 13 19 21 5 45 43
22 United Arab Emirates Ramez Azzam SG Formula 19 Ret 9 Ret 15 24 11 16 20 23 18 8 15 19 5 36
23 United Kingdom Daniel McKenzie Fortec Motorsport 16 15 20 20 24 18 20 7 17 16 20 17 17 16 16 4 35
24 United Kingdom Richard Singleton Hitech Junior Team 10 9 14 17 12 Ret 4
25 Spain Miguel Otegui IQuick-Valencia 7 Ret Ret 18 18 Ret 23 13 15 25 Ret 16 19 25 22 4 27
26 United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta Hitech Junior Team 13 14 31 Ret 9 14 2 19
27 Spain Pablo Montilla Epsilon Euskadi 20 21 18 19 20 15 Ret 12 13 19 Ret 11 Ret 11 14 1
28 France Nicolas Marroc TCS Racing 18 Ret 17 16 14 Ret 10 1 20
nc France David Zollinger Team Palmyr 24 16 24 25 11 18 23 0 13 98
nc France Max Lefèvre Team Palmyr 26 27 26 22 25 22 15 27 Ret 25 22 20 29 0 15 8 150
nc France Jean-Michel Ogier Team Palmyr 27 23 27 24 28 21 14 29 DNS 24 21 23 28 0 13 131
nc France Didier Colombat Team Palmyr 28 22 25 23 27 20 19 30 Ret 26 20 22 30 0 11 134
nc France Sylvain Milesi Racing Team Trajectoire 30 Ret 23 Ret 23 19 0 2
nc France Jean-Marc Menahem Team Palmyr 31 24 Ret Ret 18 28 Ret 21 27 0 5 66
nc Belgium Benjamin Bailly Boutsen Energy Racing 25 20 0
nc Portugal Gonçalo Araújo Araújo Competição 21 18 0
nc Portugal Luís Santos Araújo Competição 25 Ret 0
nc Spain Marcello Conchado IQuick 29 25 Ret Ret DNS DNS 0
nc Portugal Hugo Filipe Mesquita Araújo Competição 32 26 0
nc France Gérard Tonelli Team Palmyr 26 35 0 0 20
nc Spain Pol Rosell Rodrive Competições Ret DNS Ret 18 DSQ 26 0
nc New Zealand Dominic Storey Boutsen Energy Racing Ret 20  –
nc United Kingdom Henry Surtees Manor Motorsport 6 12  –
nc United Kingdom Dean Smith Fortec Motorsport 8 6 6 8  –
nc United Kingdom Alexander Sims Manor Motorsport 9 Ret  –
nc Sweden Frederic Blomsted Fortec Motorsport 12 13  –
nc Netherlands Daniël de Jong MP Motorsport 22 7  –
nc Netherlands Thomas Hylkema Fortec Motorsport 25 Ret  –
nc Brazil Pedro Bianchini Epsilon Euskadi Ret Ret  –
nc Colombia Juan Jacobo Hitech Junior Team 22 18  –
nc Brazil André Negrão Epsilon Sport DNS Ret 17 24  –
nc Switzerland Nico Müller Jenzer Motorsport Ret 4  –
Pos Team Points
1 SG Formula 320
2 Epsilon Euskadi 268
3 Epsilon Sport 46
4 Pole Services 28
5 Hitech Junior Team 24
6 TCS Racing 18
7 Fortec Motorsport 17
8 IQuick-Valencia 10
9 Boutsen Energy Racing 9
nc Team Palmyr 0
nc Racing Team Trajectoire 0
nc Araújo Competição 0
nc Rodrive Competições 0
nc Manor Motorsport  –
nc MP Motorsport  –

Formula Renault 2.0 UK season[edit]

See also 2008 Formula Renault UK season

Formula Renault 2.0 UK Winter Cup[edit]

The Formula Renault UK Winter Cup and Formula Renault BARC Winter Cup are held in same time, but with separated classification.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th
Points 32 28 25 22 20 18 16 14 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

There are 2 races in each round, both of them between 30 miles (48 km) and 30 minutes

Pos[9][10] Driver Team United Kingdom
Croft
November 1
United Kingdom Rockingham
November 8
Points
UK
Points
BARC
1 2 3 4
1 United Kingdom James Calado Fortec Motorsport 2* 1* 1* 7* 116
2 United Kingdom Henry Surtees Manor Competition 1 2 4 2 113
3 United Kingdom Dean Stoneman Alpine Motorsports 3 8 Ret 1 73
4 United Kingdom Oliver Webb Fortec Motorsport 8 5 3 Ret 64
5 United Kingdom William Buller Fortec Competition 10 11 9 4 58
6 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson Highland Arena Ltd Ret 3 15 3 57
7 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell CR Scuderia Formula Renault 5 12 7 13 56
8 United Kingdom Will Stevens Fortec Competition 12 13 8 5 54
9 Finland Matias Laine CR Scuderia Formula Renault 6 18 14 6 50
10 United Kingdom Ollie Hancock Apotex Scorpio Motorsport DNS 10 6 11 41
11 United Kingdom Wayne Boyd Fortec Motorsport 4 7 40
12 Bahrain Menasheh Idafar Hillspeed 9 Ret 5 16 39
13 Japan Kazuki Hiramine Eurotek Motorsport Ret 9 12 8 37
14 United Kingdom Nick Yelloly Fortec Competition 13 14 13 15 31
15 United Kingdom Michael Lyons Hillspeed 16 15 10 Ret 25
16 United Kingdom Josh Mulholland Fortec Competition 17 Ret 11 14 23
17 Netherlands Thomas Hylkema Mark Burdett Mototrsport 11 Ret Ret 10 21
18 United Kingdom Tom Armour Manor Competition Ret 6 Ret Ret 20
19 Sweden Fredrik Blomstedt CR Scuderia Formula Renault 7 Ret Ret 19 16
20 South Korea Sung-Hak Mun Manor Competition 14 Ret Ret 12 16
21 United Kingdom James Dixon Apotex Scorpio Motorsport Ret Ret Ret 9 12
22 Russia Max Snegirev Falcon Motorsport 17 18 10
Un-licenced driver – allowed to race without receiving points
Portugal António Félix da Costa CR Scuderia Formula Renault Ret 4 2 20
BARC Winter Cup
1 United Kingdom James Theodore Hillspeed 15 17 16 17 60
2 Brazil Henrique Baptista Apotex Scorpio Motorsport 18 Ret 18 Ret 24
3 Iran Kourosh Khani Welch Motorsport Ret 16 Ret Ret 17
United Kingdom Ian Pearson Pearson Engineering Services Ret DNS 0
United Kingdom Bob Pearson Pearson Engineering Services DNS Ret 0

Formula Renault BARC FR2000 series[edit]

The Formula Renault BARC FR2000 series has 12 rounds in 7 venues. The final standing is established with the best 10 results of the season. A Club Class classification is also established for young drivers (see 2008 Formula Renault BARC Club Class season below) who participate in the same race as the FR2000 series.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 15 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 point is given to every pole position holder. 1 point is also given to the fastest driver in each lap. Races are between 30 miles (48 km) and 30 minutes each.

Pos[11][12] Driver Team England Brands Hatch Indy
March 23–24
England Rockingham
April 19–20
England Oulton Park Island
May 24
England
Croft
July 19–20
England Snetterton
August 9–10
England Thruxton
September 7
England Silversone National
October 4–5
Points[D 1]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 United Kingdom Ollie Hancock Apotex Scorpio Motorsport 13 1* 1* 1* 1* 3 2* 2 1* 2 130
2 Germany Johannes Seidlitz Mark Burdett Motorsport 1 12 2 6 5 Ret 1 5 2 1 Ret 1 101
3 Bahrain Isa Yousif Mohammed Alpine Motorsport 18 2 9 4 3 5 3 1* 7 5* 1* Ret 92
4 Bahrain Menasheh Idafar Hillspeed 3 3 3 3 7 DSQ Ret 4 6 7 9 3 77
5 Oman Ahmad Al Harthy Hillspeed 6 4 8 5 2 Ret 6 5 3 3 10 68
6 United Kingdom Brett Parris HS Motorsport Antel 15 10 5 2 9 4 6 Ret 4 Ret 7 2 59
7 United Kingdom James Dixon Mark Burdett Motorsport 9 16 4 8 6 14 4 8 8 9 5 4 48
8 United Kingdom Ashley Davies Taro Motorsport 2* 6 7 Ret Ret 7 7 9 11 10 4 5 47
9 United Kingdom Kenneth Andrews Alpine Motorsport Ret 11 10 9 4 Ret 5 7 3 4 8 12 42
10 United Kingdom Lee Dwyer SSS Motorsport 4 DNS Ret 11 2 6 Ret 11 12 6 6 7 39
11 United Kingdom Nathan Coulter Welch Motorsport(1–2), Triple D(3–4,8–12), Driver(6–7) DNS 7 13 Ret Ret 1* 9 Ret 13 Ret 11 8 27
12 United Kingdom Ross Curnow Double M Racing 3 DSQ 2 13* 23
13 United Kingdom Aaron Steele Russell Racing 5 5 6 10 18
14 United Kingdom Niki Faulkner Tempus Sport 8 8 13 9 Ret 9 10
15 United Kingdom Michael Lyons Hillspeed 10 14 12 7 8 12 Ret 12 Ret 11 8
16 Iran Kourosh Khani Welch Motorsport 7 8 11 13 11 13 17 Ret Ret 16 Ret 7
17 United Kingdom Ian Pearson Pearson Engineering Services Ret 14 9 12 14 Ret 8 14 Ret 5
18 United Kingdom Don De Graaf Russell Racing(1–2), Tempus Sport(3–12) 12 20 Ret 17 10 10 10 10 10 13 12 11 5
19 Belgium Jordi Weckx Alpine Motorsport 8 13 14 12 Ret 11 16 Ret 17 3
20 United Kingdom Joshua Brooks Boulevard Team Racing DNS 9 15 18 11 16 14 15 15 Ret 13 18 2
21 Japan Kazuki Hiramine 10 6 1?
nc Republic of Ireland Ellis Harkins Double M Racing 16 Ret 18 DNS 13 15 15 20 17 Ret 19 16 0
nc France Denis Autier Mark Burdett Motorsport Ret 19 0
nc United Kingdom Andy Flynn Falcon Motorsport DNS 15 16 15 0
nc Bahrain Mohammed Jalal Al A'ali Tempus Motorsport 11 17 Ret Ret 0
nc United Kingdom James Tanser Tempus Motorsport 17 DNS 0
nc United Kingdom Roberto Tirone Reon Motorsport DNS 18 17 Ret 15 13 17 21 14 14 0
nc France Pierre Renom Mark Burdett Motorsport 14 DNS 18 Ret 15 17 Ret 0
nc United Kingdom Bob Pearson Pearson Engineering Services Ret 16 12 Ret 16 18 17 0
nc United Kingdom David Rees Reon Motorsport 14 Ret 16 16 0
nc Greece Konstantinos Kotis Pearson Engineering Sesvices 19 Ret 12 0
nc United Kingdom James Theodore 15 14 0
nc United Kingdom Andrew Jarman 20 19 0
nc United Kingdom Craig Harris 21 20 0
nc United Kingdom Phil Jenkins Ret 15 0

Formula Renault BARC Club Class series[edit]

The Formula Renault BARC Club Class series includes 12 rounds in 7 venues. The final standings are established with the best 11 results of the season. The Club Class category is raced at same time as the main Formula Renault BARC FR2000 series. The cars use Tatuus or Mygale chassis and are powered by Renault Laguna 2.0L 6 valves engine providing lower Horsepower than the FR2000 class.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 15 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 point is given to every pole position holder. 1 point is also given to the fastest driver in each lap. Races are between 30 miles (48 km) and 30 minutes each.

Pos[12] Driver Team Chassis Points[D 1]
1 United Kingdom Fraser Smart Driver Tatuus RC98 147
2 United Kingdom Steven Durrant Driver, Muzz Race Tatuus RC97 124
3 United Kingdom Edward Heinzelmann Heuthsport of Royston Tatuus RC98, RC97 121
4 United Kingdom Adrian Dixon Driver, Muzz Race Tatuus RC98, RC99 96
5 United Kingdom Jalmes Simons Driver Mygale SJ99 54
6 United Kingdom Steve Hanselman Driver Tatuus RC97(1–5,8–12), RC99(6–7) 50
? United Kingdom Dave Rees Reon Motorsport Tatuus RC98
? United Kingdom Neil Cooper Reon Motorsport Tatuus RC99

Formula Renault BARC Winter Cup[edit]

See also 2008 Formula Renault 2.0 UK Winter Cup and 2008 Formula Renault BARC Winter Cup.

Formula Renault 2.0 Italia season[edit]

See also 2008 Formula Renault 2.0 Italia season
Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
Points 32 28 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

There are 2 races with rounds length of 30 minutes each. 2 points are awarded to the fastest driver in each lap and another 2 points to the pole position holder.

There are 3 collective tests in summer.[13] In the Misano World Circuit on June 17, in Autodromo Nazionale Monza on July 10 and in the Mugello Circuit on July 23.

Pos[13][14] Driver Team Italy Vallelunga
April 12–13
Hungary Hungaroring
May 10–11
Czech Republic
Brno
May 24–25
Belgium
Spa
May 30
June 1
Italy Misano
July 19–20
[E 1]
Italy Mugello
September 13–14
Italy Monza
October 11–12
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 Norway Pål Varhaug Jenzer Motorsport 5 4 1 1 1* 5 2 5 12 2 7 5 5 3 330
2 Italy Michele Faccin Jenzer Motorsport 4 1* 9 8 15 6 1* 1* Ret 8 3* 11 4 5 271
3 Italy Niky Sebastiani IT Loox Racing Car 1* Ret 3* 3 2 2 3 3 20 3 6 9 10 8 270
4 United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs BVM Minardi Team 16 2 5 4* 3 3 5 4 11 6 2 4 11 Ret 250
5 Italy Sergio Campana CO2 Motorsport 6 19 22 9 12 4 Ret 2 1 1 5 Ret 2* 1* 238
6 Brazil César Ramos BVM Minardi Team 3 Ret 2 2 7 7 4 13 23* 4* 4 Ret 3 19 216
7 Germany Patrick Kronenberger Facondini Racing 7 5 6 22 DSQ 1* 8 10 Ret 5 15 1* 9 9 196
8 Spain Genís Olivé Cram Competition 11 8 4 5 16 23 10 11 4 26 12 12 1 2 178
9 Italy Daniel Zampieri BVM Minardi Team 2 13 8 6 17 20 Ret 6 8 10 11 3 6 DNS 158
10 Netherlands Stef Dusseldorp van Amersfoort Racing 14 15 7 7 6 9 16 18 14 6 Ret 4 125
11 Italy Patrick Reiterer Prema Powerteam 23 14 11 13 4 15 7 8 2 9 Ret 14 Ret Ret 109
12 Italy Riccardo Cinti Tomcat Racing 8 3 21 11 Ret 12 9 9 10 17 12 10 104
13 Spain Siso Cunill Jenzer Motorsport 10 7 Ret Ret 13 11 6 7 6 12 96
14 Italy Alessandro Kouzkin Cram Competition 17 20 10 Ret 8 8 22 20 3 11 18 Ret Ret 12 76
15 Italy Daniel Mancinelli It Look Racing(9–10), Team Dueppì(11–14) 5 14 1 2 8 Ret 66
16 Colombia Carlos Muñoz Prema Powerteam 13 18 Ret Ret 14 10 17 7 22 19 7 6 66
17 Italy Stefano Comini Team Dueppì(1–10), CO2 Motorsport(11-) 12 Ret 17 17 Ret 21 20 21 16 15 9 10 Ret 7 47
18 Netherlands Nigel Melker van Amersfoort Racing 21 Ret 16 15 5 16 22 19 Ret 7 37
19 Italy Marco Betti IT Loox Racing Car Ret 10 Ret 20 Ret 22 14 14 24 17 8 13 20 Ret 34
20 San Marino Paolo Meloni W&D Racing Ret Ret 13 16 10 19 19 23 9 Ret 18 18 13 13 34
21 Lithuania Kazim Vasiliauskas Prema Powerteam 18 9 5 Ret 21 8 14 15 30
22 Italy Federico Rossi CO2 Motorsport Ret 6 Ret 10 28
23 Italy Andrea Borio Team Dueppì Ret 11 Ret 21 11 25 23 Ret 14 22 13 16 24
24 Italy Stefano Bizzarri RP Motorsport 9 Ret 20 14 18 13 15 18 21 16 19
25 Italy David Fumanelli RP Motorsport 22 12 12 Ret Ret 14 18 26 19 Ret 19 20 14
26 Italy Andrea Roda Tomcat Racing 19 16 19 18 9 17 25 25 15 21 Ret Ret 18 17 13
27 Canada Tyler Dueck Cram Competition 20 17 15 12 Ret 18 24 19 18 25 16 15 15 18 11
28 Italy Samuele Buttarelli Cram Competition 24 Ret 18 Ret 20 Ret 16 24 10 20 10
29 Switzerland Fabien Thuner Jenzer Motorsport 13 12 10
30 San Marino Nicola Zonzini RP Motorsport 15 Ret Ret 19 19 24 11 17 25 24 9
31 Italy Alberto Cola Team BVE DNS 11 8
32 Switzerland Nico Müller Jenzer Motorsport 17 16 13 13 8
33 Switzerland Simon Trummer Jenzer Motorsport 12 15 26 23 Ret Ret 7
34 Finland Jesse Krohn RP Motorsport 17 Ret 16 14 0
35 Italy Alberto Bassi CO2 Motorsport 19 Ret 0
36 Argentina Augusto Scalbi RP Motorsport 17 16 0
37 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist Prema Powerteam 21 22 0
Pos Team Points
1 Jenzer Motorsport 515
2 BVM Minardi Team 384
3 It Loox Racing Car 280
4 CO2 Motorsport 227
5 Cram Competition 188
6 Facondini Racing 172
7 Prema Powerteam 155
8 van Amersfoort Racing 140
9 Tomcat Racing 101
10 Team Dueppì 82
11 RP Motorsport 28
12 W&D Racing 26
13 Jenzer Motorsport 2 25
14 AP Motorsport 0
15 Line Race Technology 0
16 Emmebi Motorsport 0
17 Antonino Racing 0
18 Team BVE 0

Formula Renault 2.0 Italia Winter Series[edit]

See also 2008 Formula Renault 2.0 Italia Winter Series
Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
Points 32 28 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

2 points are awarded to the fastest driver in each lap and 4 points to the pole position holder.

Pos[15] Driver Team Italy
Imola
November 2
Points
1 2
1 Italy Daniel Mancinelli It Loox Racing Car 1 5* 58
2 Lithuania Kazim Vasiliauskas CO2 Motorsport 5* 1 54
3 Switzerland Nico Müller Jenzer Motorsport 3 2 52
4 Spain Genis Olive Cram Competition 4 3 46
5 Italy Daniel Zampieri BVM Minardi Team 2 7 44
6 Italy Federico Scionti Tomcat Racing 6 8 32
7 Germany Thiemo Storz CO2 Motorsport 7 11 24
8 Colombia Carlos Muñoz Jenzer Motorsport Ret 4 22
9 Czech Republic Tomas Pivoda Jenzer Motorsport 9 10 22
10 Brazil Adriano Buzaid Bvm Minardi Team Ret 6 18
11 Italy Andrea Amici Viola Formula Racing 8 Ret 14
12 Netherlands Frank Suntjens Co2 Motorsport Ret 9 12

Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup season[edit]

LO Formule Renault 2.0 Suisse season[edit]

See also LO Formule Renault 2.0
Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
Points 25 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

Extra 1 point is given to the fastest driver in each lap 2 points to the pole position holder. There are 2 races by rounds.

Pos[16] Driver Team Germany Hockenheim
April 26–27
Czech Republic
Most
May 10–11
Belgium
Spa
June 20–21
Germany Hockenheim
June 28–29
France Magny- Cours
August 9–10
Italy Monza
September 27–28
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 Switzerland Christopher Zanella Jenzer Motorsport DSQ 1* 2 1 2 4 5 1 2* 1* 3* 3 249
2 Switzerland Simon Trummer Jenzer Motorsport 1 2 1 3 3 3 11* 5 4 3 2 2 244
3 Mexico Yair Godinez CO2 Motorsport 2* 3 3 2 19* 2* 1 17* 3 2 9 Ret 193
4 Spain Genis Olive Juvé CO2 Motorsport(1–2), Cram Competition(5–12) 3 5 1 6 4 2 5 6 6 4 179
5 Switzerland Nico Müller Jenzer Motorsport 11 8 6 5 5 1 3 3 6 4 5 Ret 174
6 Italy Alessandro Kouzkin Cram Competition 7 4 11 14 6 7 1 5 12 1* 136
7 Switzerland Fabien Thuner Jenzer Motorsport 10 13 5 Ret 4 5 2 4 24 7 4 Ret 130
8 Italy Alberto Bassi CO2 Motorsport 4 6 4 Ret 8 Ret 7 8 Ret 10 90
9 France Antonino Pellegrino Scuderia Antonino Racing (1–8), TJ Emme (9–12) 5 10 Ret 4 16 8 10 9 9 9 11 Ret 85
10 Italy Alberto Cola AP Motorsport 8 7 7 22 15 9 8 10 Ret Ret 20 5 75
11 Switzerland Thomas Amweg Equipe Bernoise 9 11 12 7 21 19 13 11 11 12 13 9 58
12 Italy Federico Gibbin Line Race Technology(1–4), Dynamic Engineering(5–12) 6 17 10 6 17 12 12 14 17 Ret 10 Ret 51
13 Italy Stefano Comini CO2 Motorsport 8 Ret 1 6 49
14 Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss Speed Box ASE (5–8), BMS Böhlen Motorsport (9–12) 22 17 9 13 12 11 7 7 45
15 Netherlands Frank Suntjens Stroek Motorsport(1–10), CO2 Motorsport(11–12) Ret 14 13 11 8 10 19 12 14 10 17 Ret 39
16 Italy Giacomo Luigi Barri Line Race Technology (1–8), Cram Competition (9–12) 14 21 9 16 9 11 20 16 15 15 8 Ret 36
17 Italy Samuele Buttarelli Cram Competition Ret 25 10 7 15 6 33
18 Italy Federico Scionti AP Motorsport 7 8 Ret DNS 22
19 France Christopher Brenier Bossy Racing 19 9 15 8 Ret 24 19
20 Switzerland Kurt Böhlen BMS Bölhen Motorsport 13 15 Ret 20 13 15 14 21 13 Ret Ret 11 19
21 Italy Gian Marco Voltan Patavinum 8 9 18
22 Italy Mattia Bernardi Viola Formula Racing 16 12 11 Ret 12 13 16
23 Switzerland Patrick Cicchiello Linerace Technology 6 Ret Ret 15 15
24 Italy Christian Mancinelli Line Race Technology 19 16 14 8 12
25 Switzerland Pascal Gehring Equipe Bernoise Ret Ret 14 10 17 22 18 14 16 Ret 10
26 Italy Pietro Gandolfi Emmebi Motorsport 17 Ret Ret 12 14 18 DNS 19 21 Ret Ret Ret 6
27 Italy Francesco Baroni Dynamic Engineering Ret 16 Ret 21 18 16 18 20 23 25 15 12 5
28 Italy Antonio Loprieno Emmebi Motorsport 12 23 4
29 Italy Edoardo Bacci Line Race Technology 20 13 3
30 Portugal Carlos Do Coito TJ Emme 16 13 23 Ret 3
31 Switzerland Fernando Trevisan Bossy Racing 15 DNS 18 14 3
32 Belgium Eddy Roosens Speed Racing(1–6,9–12), Ecurie le Perron(7–8) 21 24 20 22 21 24 27 23 18 13 3
33 Hungary István Tukora BMS Bölhen Motorsport Ret 18 Ret 17 26 20 19 14 2
34 Switzerland Beat Wittwer Jenzer Motorsport 20 20 Ret 15 24 20 16 18 29 19 1
35 Italy Luigi Stanco Stanco Motorsport(1–4), Equipe Bernoise(7-) Ret 22 17 18 Ret 23 0
36 Italy Flavio Pierleoni Emmebi Motorsport 22 17 0
37 Italy Flavio Mattara Giallo Racing Group 25 21 28 22 0
38 France Steeve Gerard Bossy Racing 25 21 0
39 Germany Marvin Pletz BMS Bölhen Motorsport 18 19 0
40 Poland Michal Slomain Advance Ret 19 0
41 Portugal Frederico Duarte Living Kart Club Ret DNS 0
nc France Antonin Borga Sports Promotion 10 Ret  –
nc Switzerland Christophe Hurni Sports Promotion 16 18  –

Fórmula Júnior FR2.0 Portugal season[edit]

This is the first season of the Fórmula Júnior FR2.0 held in Portugal. The series, which is the first single-seater championship in Portugal since the end of Formula BMW in 2004, uses Tatuus Formula Renault chassis with Renault 2.0L engines and Michelin tyres.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 15 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 point is given to the fastest driver for each lap and another point to the pole position holder. There are 2 races per round.

The Estoril rounds held on September, 27–28 were part of the World Series by Renault event. The races at the last two venues, in Jerez and Estoril, were held at the same time as the Portugal Winter Series FR2.0.

Pos[17] Driver Team Portugal Estoril
June 14–15
Portugal Estoril
July 19–20
Portugal Estoril
September 27–28
[G 1]
Portugal
Braga
October 25–26
Portugal Portimão
November 8–9
Spain
Jerez
November 22–23
[H 1]
Portugal Estoril
November 29–30
[H 1]
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 Portugal Gonçalo Araújo Araújo Competição 1 1 1 4 2 2 6 2* 2 1* 2 2 149
2 Portugal Luís Santos CD Sport(1–4, 7–8),
Jenzer Motorsport(5–6),
Fortec Motorsport(11–14)
5 3 4 3 5 1 9 5 1* 1 2 1* 121
3 Spain Pol Rosell Costa Rodrive Competições 3 2 2 2 4 3 1* 7 7 7 8 3* 6 6 113
4 Portugal Bruno Serra Araújo Competição 4 4 3* 1* 10 8 3 3 6* 2 5 Ret 91
5 Spain Azor Dueñas Rodrive Competições 7 6 5 5 3 4 4 9 3 3 4 6 5 7 90
7 Spain Marcelo Conchado Amiter Galuppo Sport 10 1 1 8 Ret 8 1* 2 66
6 Spain Alan Sicart Rodrive Competições 6 7 9 10 6 7 2 10 8 4 6 Ret 3 3 65
8 Portugal Fábio Mota Araújo Competição 9 Ret 10 6 8 6 7 8 4 5 3 4 Ret 5 57
9 Angola Fiório de Sousa Automalaca Racing (1–4),
Carreto 18 (5–10),
Rodrive Competições (11–12),
Fortec Motorsport(13–14)
12 Ret 7 8 7 5 5 4 7 Ret 7 5 7 4 56
10 France Joffrey Didier Rodrive Competições 8 9 6 7 9 9 8 6 5 6 9 7 4 8 54
11 France Fabien Rosier CD Sport 2* 5* 20
12 France Benjamin Lariche Pole Services 1* Ret 17
13 Portugal Rodrigo Gallego Araújo Competição 8 9 5
14 Portugal Hugo Pereira [F 1] CD Sport 11 8 4
15 Spain Sara García Rodrive Competições 10 10 Ret Ret 2
18 France Rémy Kirchdoerffer [F 1] CD Sport 13 11 2
16 France Claude Degremont Pole Services Ret Ret 0
17 France Maxime Jousse Pole Services DNS Ret* 0
19 Portugal Gilberto Figo [F 1] CD Sport Ret Ret 0
Pos Team Points
1 Araújo Competição 264
2 Rodrive Competições 239
3 Fortec Motorsport 72
4 CD-Sport 69
5 Amiter Galuppo Sport 67
6 Fiorio de Sousa 33
7 Jenzer Motorsport 21
8 Pole Services 19

Fórmula Júnior FR2.0 Portugal(Portugal Winter Series FR2.0)[edit]

The Winter Series is held at the same time as the two final venues of the Fórmula Júnior FR2.0 Portugal season.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
Points 15 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2

Every driver who finishes to race will get 1 point. 1 point is also given for the fastest driver in each lap and another point for pole position.

Pos[18] Driver Team Spain
Jerez
November 22–23
Portugal Estoril
November 29–30
Points
1 2 3 4
1 United Kingdom James Calado Fortec Motorsport 2 1 1* 1* 60
2 United Kingdom Oliver Webb Fortec Motorsport 1 Ret 4 6 28
3 Brazil André Negrão Epsilon Sport 5 2 16 12 20
4 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson CR Scuderia 2 5 18
5 United Kingdom Will Buller Fortec Motorsport 4 3 18
6 United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs Motopark Academy 5 3 16
7 Italy Giovanni Venturini CO2 Motorsport 6 5 14 7 16
8 United Kingdom Will Stevens Fortec Motorsport 3 8* Ret 10 15
9 Portugal Luís Santos Fortec Motorsport 7 4 17 16 14
10 Denmark Kevin Magnussen Motopark Academy Ret 2 12
11 Denmark Marco Sørensen Motopark Academy 7 4 12
12 Finland Matias Laine CR Scuderia 3 13 11
13 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell CR Scuderia 6 8 8
14 Portugal Gonçalo Araújo Araújo Competição 9 6 7
15 Italy Sergio Campana CO2 Motorsport 8* Ret 12 22 7
16 Spain Pol Rosell Costa Rodrive Competições 15 7 21 21 7
17 Portugal António Félix da Costa Motopark Academy 8 25 4
18 Poland Jakub Giermaziak Motopark Academy 9 9 4
19 Portugal Fábio Mota Araújo Competição 10 9 Ret 20 4
20 Spain Azor Dueñas Rodrive Competições 11 11 20 23 4
21 Angola Fiório de Sousa Rodrive Competições(1–2),
Fortec Motorsport(3–4)
14 10 22 19 4
22 France Joffrey Didier Rodrive Competições 16 12 19 24 4
23 Spain Alan Sicart Rodrive Competições 13 Ret 18 18 3
24 Spain Marcelo Conchado Amiter Galuppo Sport Ret 13 11 17 3
25 Italy Dino Zamparelli Fortec Motorsport Ret Ret 10 11 2
26 Angola Luís Sá Silva Motopark Academy 15 14 2
27 Philippines Marlon Stockinger CR Scuderia 13 15 2
28 Portugal Bruno Serra Araújo Competição 12 Ret 1
29 Portugal Carlos Coito Araujo Competição DNS DNS 0

Formule Renault 2.0 Finland season[edit]

See also Formule Renault 2.0 Finland
Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th
Points 30 24 20 17 16 15 14 13 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

There are 2 or 3 races by rounds, each lasting for approximately 20 minutes.

Pos[19] Driver Team Finland
Ahvenisto
May 17–18
Finland Alastaro
June 14–15
Estonia
Pärnu
June 28–29
Finland Botniaring
August 9–10
Finland
Ahvenisto
September 5–6
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 Finland Jesse Krohn P1 Motorsport 1* 1* 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 2 338
2 Estonia Kevin Korjus T.T. Racing Team 2 2 3 2 9 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 290
3 Finland Toomas Heikkinen RedStep Formula Ret 3 2 3 2 3 5 3 4 3 2 3 225
4 Estonia Karl-Oskar Liiv T.T. Racing Team 4 4 4 4 4 5 3 4 3 5 4 4 208
5 Finland Ville Miilumäki RedStep Formula 5 8 5 6 3 4 4 7 9 4 5 5 189
6 Estonia Erko Vallbaum MKE Motorsport 6 7 9 7 5 8 6 9 8 8 8 7 164
7 Finland Jesse Laine Kart Motorsport Ret 6 6 5 7 6 8 5 5 6 6 9 162
8 Finland Kalle Kulmanen RedStep Formula 7 9 8 9 6 7 7 8 7 9 7 6 162
9 Finland Henri Tuomaala Iceboys 3 5 7 8 8 Ret Ret 6 6 7 Ret 8 133

Formula Renault 2000 de America season[edit]

See also Formula Renault 2000 de America

The series is included in the Panam GP Series.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 30 24 20 16 12 10 8 6 4 2

Extra 1 point is given to the fastest driver of each lap and another point for pole position.

The Formula Renault 2000 and 1600 Junior championship were cancelled on May 2008 by Alfonso Toledano, the president of the Panam GP Series.[20] A part of the engaged teams withdrew their participation, forcing the cancellation of the races at the Latin American venues due to low crowd-turnout.

The original calendar was :

Pos[21] Driver Team Mexico Mexico DC
March 15–16
Points
1 2
1 Mexico Javier Razo Roshfrans 2 2 48
2 Mexico Javier Ramos 4 1 46
3 Mexico David Farias Daewoo 3 3* 41
4 Mexico Jose Carlos Sandoval 5 4 38
5 Mexico Hugo Oliveras Fedex Citizen 1* Ret 33
6 Mexico Jorge Alarcon 9 5 16
7 Mexico Jose Luis Cortinas JL Racing 8 6 16
8 Mexico Enrique Vazquez 6 11 10
9 Guatemala Diego Cuestas Movistar 7 10 10
10 Mexico David Garcia Ret 7 8
11 Mexico Aaron Jose Ramos Unico Racing Team 11 8 6
12 Mexico Rafael Vallina TAB DNS 9 4
13 Mexico Alejandro Cortinas JL Racing 10 12 2

Fórmula Renault 2.0 Brasil season[edit]

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 30 24 20 16 12 10 8 6 4 2

Extra 1 point is given to the fastest driver in each lap and another point for pole position.

The Fórmula Renault 2.0 Brasil championship was cancelled after the first round due to a lack of participation.

Pos[22] Driver Team Brazil Curitiba
March 2
Points
1 2
1 Brazil Leonardo Otero Nacional 1 1 60
2 Brazil Ernesto Otero PropCar 4 2 41
3 Brazil William Starostik Bassani 5 4 29
4 Brazil Estephano Esteves Kemba 2 Ret 24
5 Brazil Leonardo de Souza Kemba DSQ 3 21
6 Brazil Nilton Molina Neto Bassani 3 Ret 20

Asian Formula Renault Challenge season[edit]

See also Asian Formula Renault Challenge
Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th
Points 30 24 20 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 4 3 2 1

There are 2 races by rounds.

Drivers who start their season at round 5 or later do not receive any points for the final standing. The team points-attribution is different from the driver point system : 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.

The Asian Challenge Category (A) is only for Asian drivers. The China Formula Renault Challenge (C) is for any rounds held in China. The IFC Trophy (IFC) is for the rookie drivers.

Pos[23][24] Driver Team China Zhuhai
March 15–16
China Shanghai
April 19–20
China Shanghai
May 24–25
Malaysia Sepang
June 20–22
China Zhuhai
September 20–21
China Zhuhai
October 4–5
China Zhuhai
December 13–14
Points Points
(C)
Points
(A)[25]
Points
(IFC)[26]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 Hong Kong Jim Ka To Fretech FRD Team 1* Ret 14 12 3 1* 1 1 1* 1* 3 2 1 1 308 248
2 United States Geoffrey Kwong PS Racing 2 1 5 3 1 2 4 2* 3 3 7 6 3 3 292 251
3 China Hong Wei Cao PS Racing 4 2 7 6 4 3 2 3 2 2 2 Ret DNS 6 231 187 326
4 Angola Luís Jorge Sá Silva Champ Motorsports DNS 6 16 8 2* 4 DSQ 7 4 4 5 4 2* 2* 193 182
5 Indonesia Ryan Haryanto Champ Motorsports 3 9 8 5 5 6 Ret 5 DSQ 6 6 5 5 5 171 156 283
6 Indonesia Rio Haryanto Asia Racing Team Ret 4 9 9 3* 4 1* 1 7 4 160 123 220
7 China Zuo Xiao Long Fretech FRD Team 9 8 6 5 5 6 8 7 92 64 162
8 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist March 3 Racing 1* 1 60 60
9 Netherlands Francis Tjia Modena Motorsport Ret 11 7 7 Ret Ret 6 5 54 54 138
10 Canada Christian Chia Modena Motorsport 10 10 6 8 7 9 50 28 160
11 Sweden Fredrik Blomstedt March 3 Racing 2 2* 48 48
12 Indonesia Alexandra Asmasoebrata PS Racing 5 Ret 8 9 Ret 9 38 31 67
13 Canada Wayne Shen Modena Motorsports Ret 10 10 10 Ret Ret 5 10 35 35 119
14 France Benjamin Rouget March 3 Racing 4 4 34 34
15 Canada John Shen Modena Motorsports 12 12 11 14 12 12 8 Ret 16 12 34 25 160
16 France Thomas Santin Asia Racing Team 7 3 31 31
17 Canada Samson Chan Ghiasports Racing Team 10 11 15 16 10 8 25 25 122
18 United States Chen Nai Chia Kevin Champ Motorsports 6 7 24 24
19 Hong Kong Michael Choi Asia Racing Team 8 5 24 24 60
20 China Zhang Zhen Dong March 3 Racing 6 7 24 24 50
21 France Mathias Beche Aussel Champ Motorsport 3 15 20 20
22 Hong Kong David Lau Ying King Fretech FRD Team(1–2), Galaxy FRD Racing Team(9–14) Ret 14 Ret 13 8 10 28 28 80
23 China He Xiao Le Galaxy FRD Racing Team 9 8 16 16 32
24 Hong Kong Kenneth Ma Galaxy FRD Racing Team 7 10 DNS DNS 16 0 48
25 Hong Kong Ma Chi Min Galaxy FRD Racing Team 11 11 9 Ret 15 8 57
26 Canada Douglas Moore Asia Racing Team(1–2), Douglas Moore (9–10) Ret 13 12 Ret 7 7 30
27 Venezuela Samín Gómez Briceño March 3 Racing 12 13 5 5
28 Hong Kong Kenneth Lau Dyna Ten Motorsports Ltd. 11 Ret 4 4 20
29 China Zhu Dai Wei March 3 Racing 13 Ret 2 2 15
30 Israel Alon Day Asia Racing Team Ret 15* 0 0
The following drivers are not classified due to late participation in the championship
31 Macau Dianna Rosario Galaxy FRD Racing Team 13 11 DNS Ret 0 0 0
32 China Zhang Shan Qi PTRS Team Ret 17 6 7 0 0 0
33 Hong Kong Alan Lee Galaxy FRD Racing Team(9–10,13–14), PS Racing(11–12) 11 15 8 Ret 9 9 0 0 0
34 Macau Leung Chi Hao Champ Motorsports Ret Ret 0 0 0
35 Hong Kong Stephen Fan Stephen Fan 14 14 0 0 0
36 Hong Kong Shim Ching PS Racing 17 18 0 0 0
37 China Wong Hon Tat Wong Hon Tat 15 DSQ 0 0 0
38 Hong Kong Yung Hau Woon Champ Motorsport 9 16 0 0 0
39 Hong Kong Chin Ka Lok Galaxy FRD Racing Team DNS 7 DNS 8 0 0 60
40 Macau Felipe De Souza Galaxy FRD Racing Team 9 Ret 0 0
41 Macau Kam San Lam Galaxy FRD Racing Team 10 Ret 0 0 0
42 China Jiang Teng Yi Fretech FRD Team 4 Ret 0 0 0
nc Hong Kong Adderly Fong Fretech FRD Team 4 3*  –  –
Pos Team Points Points (C)
1 PS Racing 119
2 Champ Motorstports 101
3 Frestech FRD Team 96
4 Modena Motorsports 48
5 Asia Racing Team 37
6 Galaxy FRD Racing Team 27
7 March3 Racing 20
8 Ghiasports Racing Team 8
9 Dyna Ten Motorsports Ltd 4

Formula Renault 1.6L[edit]

Formul'Academy Euro Series season[edit]

See also 2008 Formul'Academy Euro Series season and Formul'Academy Euro Series

Formula Renault Elf 1.6 Argentina season[edit]

All cars use Tito 02 chassis.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 20 15 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1

1 point is given for pole position and an extra point in each race for every participating driver.

Pos[27] Driver Team Points
1 Argentina Guido Falaschi GF Racing 202
2 Argentina Matías Muñoz Marchese Gabriel Werner Competición 185
3 Argentina Facundo Ardusso Gabriel Werner Competición 130
4 Argentina Kevin Icardi GR Sport 109
5 Argentina Martín Serrano GF Racing 98
6 Argentina Francisco Troncoso GF Racing 88
7 Argentina Franco Vivian FIV Fórmula 75
8 Argentina Rodrigo Rogani Litoral Group 65
9 Ecuador Miguel Villagomez JLS Motorsport 61
10 Argentina Esteban Sarry Gabriel Werner Competición 49
11 Chile Kevin Toledo Werner Junior 48
12 Argentina Gustavo Micheloud Bouvier Racing 48
13 Argentina Gastón Rossi Werner Junior 48
14 Argentina Nicolás Trosset Werner Junior 45
15 Argentina Agustín Miotti JLS Motorsport 44
16 Argentina Antonino García Neuquén Sport Group 23
17 Argentina Martín Aimar Litoral Group Fórmula 23
18 Argentina Germán Sirvent Bouvier Racing 19
19 Argentina Franco Bosio Litoral Group 18
20 Argentina Ayrton Molina Croizet Racing 14
21 Argentina Gerardo Salaverria GF Racing Junior 13
22 Argentina Emanual Cáceres GR Sport 13
23 Argentina Federico Moisés Moisés Competición 12
24 Argentina Juan Manuel Benedetti Neuquén Sport Group 10
25 Argentina Fernando Barrere Damiano MS 10
26 Argentina Gianfranco Collino Neuquén Sport Group 8
27 Argentina Octavio Chagas GR Sport 8
28 Argentina Franco Riva Becerra Racing 8
29 Argentina Nicolás Outeiriño Bouvier Racing 6
30 Argentina Juan Cruz Dávila Croizet Racing 5
31 Argentina Santiago Ghisiglieri Litoral Group Fórmula 5
32 Argentina Nicolás Cotignola Croizet Racing 2
33 Argentina Agustín Alcalde Neuquén Sport Group 2
34 Argentina Christian Tarchini Bouvier Racing 2
35 Argentina Franco Girolami Litoral Group Fórmula 2
36 Argentina Nicolás Ursprung SML 2
37 Argentina Ezequiel Tudesco Neuquén Sport Group 1
38 Argentina Mario Reynoso Croizet Racing 1
39 Argentina Francisco Viel Bugliotti JLS Motorsport 1
40 Argentina Mauro Gervaldo Gabriel Werner Competición 1
41 Argentina Roberto Arato Litoral Group Fórmula 1

Other Formulas powered by Renault championships[edit]

Unofficial and/or Renault engine supplier formulas series.

GP2 Series seasons[edit]

See also GP2 Series, 2008 GP2 Series season, 2008 GP2 Asia Series season, and 2008-09 GP2 Asia Series season

The GP2 Series and GP2 Asia Series are powered by 4 liters, V8 Renault engine and Bridgestone tyres with a Dallara chassis.

Formula 16 season[edit]

The official Formula Renault 1.6L Belgium was cancelled after the 2007 season and the Belge Formula 16 attempt to replace it with the same cars. The series was cancelled after 4 races.[28]

Pos[28] Driver Team Points
1 Belgium Jordy Dodemont True Racing 80
2 Belgium Valerie Theuwissen Theuwissen Racing 36
3 Belgium Niels Cox TOF Racing 21
... ... ... ...

Austria Formel Renault Cup season[edit]

This is the second season of this series using Formula Renault 2.0L. The season is held on 12 rounds in 6 venues in Czech Republic, Germany and Austria.

1. Autodrom Most (May 17)
2. EuroSpeedway Lausitz (June 29)
3. Hockenheimring (August 3)
4. Most (August 24)
5. Salzburgring (September 28)
6. Hockenheimring (October 19)
Pos[29] Driver Team Points
1 France Gregory Stribieg Gregory Stribieg 67
2 France Remy Striebig Remy Striebig 63
3 France Remi Kirchdörffer Remi Kirchdörffer 50
4 Switzerland Urs Maier 46
5 Czech Republic Martin Tlusty TL Motorsport 30
6 Austria Daniel Schnellnegger Krause Motorsport 28
7 Estonia Marek Kiisa Team Scuderia Nordica 26
8 Germany Jan Stepputat Jan Stepputat 16
9 Austria Bernd Herndlhofer Franz Wöss Racing 15
10 Estonia Annus Toomas Team Scuderia Nordica 12
11 Estonia Indrek Rahumaa Team Scuderia Nordica 9
12 Austria Norbert Gruber 8

Formula Renault 2.0 North European Zone season[edit]

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Points 25 20 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1

1 point is awarded to the fastest driver in each lap and another point for pole position.

Pos[30] Driver Team Latvia
Bikernieki
May 3–4
Finland Alastaro
June 14–15
Estonia
Pärnu
or Linnaring
June 27–28
Sweden Knutstorp
August 30–31
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Finland Jesse Krohn P1 Motorsport 153
2 Estonia Erko Vallbaum MKE Motorsport 62
3 Estonia Kevin Korjus T.T. Racing Team 55
4 Finland Toomas Heikkinen Red Step Formula 52
5 Estonia Martin Laur Scuderia Nordica 48
6 Estonia Karl-Oskar Liiv T.T. Racing Team 48
7 Finland Ville Miilumäki Red Step Formula 46
8 Netherlands Daniel de Jong 46
9 Finland Juha-Pekka Wikman 32
10 Finland Jesse Laine Kart Motorsport 26
11 Finland Kalle Kulmanen Red Step Formula 22
12 Finland Henri Tuomaala Iceboys 5
13 Finland Ron Grönlund NFR Team 4
14 Estonia Johannes Moor Scuderia Nordica 0

Formula 2000 Light season[edit]

This is the first season of the Formula 2000 Light held in Italy. The series uses the Tatuus Formula Renault or Formula 3 chassis with Renault 2000 cc maximum engines and Michelin tyres.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
Points 32 28 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

2 points are given to the fastest driver in each lap and 3 points for pole position. There are 2 races by rounds.

The championship have several categories :

  • Over 35 : for drivers above 35 years (+).
  • Under 17 : for drivers under 17 years (-).
  • Formula 3 : for drivers using Formula 3 chassis (F3).
Pos[31] Driver Team Italy Magione
March 28–29
Italy Magione
April 19–20
Italy
Adria
May 17–18
Italy Varano
Juin 14–15
Italy
Imola
September 20–21
Italy Magione
October 18–19
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 Italy Mario Bertolotti CO2 Motorsport 1 1 4 3 1* 1 2 13 1 1 19 Ret 278
2 Italy Federico Scionti [- 1] AP Motorsport 1* 1* 2 7* 3* 2* 4 2* 1 9 269
3 Italy Claudio Maria Castiglioni TJ Emme 6 Ret 9 9 6 4 7 7 14 16 7 Ret 136
4 Italy Andrea Borio [- 1] Team Dueppì 2 3 2 Ret 5 4 126
5 Italy Paolo Coppi [32] AP Motorsport 8 11 4 3 5 6 10 11 124
6 Italy Giacomo Luigi Barri Line Race Technology Ret 5 7 6 4 4 106
7 Mexico Yair Godinez [- 1] CO2 Motorsport 5* 4* Ret 2 92
8 Italy Enrico Garbelli AP Motorsport 6 5 3 3 86
9 Italy Mauro Brozzi [F3 1](Fiat) Bellspeed 15 DNS 11 12 2* 1 83
10 Italy Tony Di Giulo CG Motorsport 3 2 6 9 82
11 Italy Laura Polidori [F3 1](3–8)[W 1] LP Motorsport 8 8 11 8 15 17 6 8 82
12 Italy Sergio Ghiotti [F3 1](Opel) System Team 2* 5 15 2 82
13 Italy Davide Pigozzi [32] Tomcat Racing Ret 10 10 Ret 8 11 14 12 72
14 Italy Thiemo Storz CO2 Motorsport 8 6 5 5 72
15 Italy Cristian Corsini CO2 Motorsport 1 1 70
16 Italy Stefano Comini Dueppì 3 8 3 DNS 62
17 Italy Federico Gibin Line Race Technology Ret 2 12 7 54
18 Italy Leonardo Geraci [32] Team Dueppì Ret 10 4 4 54
19 Italy Davide Mangeri Sarchio Racing 7 Ret Ret 10 18 10 50
20 Italy Alberto Bassi CO2 Motorsport 4 7 10 Ret 48
21 Italy Riccardo Cinti Tomcat Racing 3 3 48
22 Italy Damiano Manni PSR Motorsport 7 6 8 DSQ 48
23 Italy Federico Porri [32] Keks Motorsport Ret 11 8 6 17 15 43
24 Italy Nicholas Risitano Scuderia Victoria 5 4 42
25 Italy Domenico Dardo [32] Team Dueppì 10 DNS 9 12 18 19 11 14 38
26 Netherlands Frank Suntjens CO2 Motorsport 6 7 34
27 Italy Giancarlo Gionti [32] CO2 Motorsport 9 5 32
28 Italy Michele Merendino [32][F3 1] Alan Racing 12 3 30
29 Italy Chiara Lorena Vescio ([F3 1] 3&4)[W 1] Line Race Technology Ret 12 10 12 26
30 Italy Luca Pizzico Dynamic 9 8 26
31 Italy Elena Missaglia Tomcat Racing 10 7 26
32 Italy Pierfrancesco Sampieri [32] CO2 Motorsport 9 9 24
33 Italy Dino Lusuardi [F3 1](Opel) System Team 16 DNS DNS 5 13 24
34 Italy Luciano Baldazzi [F3 1] AB Motorsport 5 DNS 20
35 Italy Christian Mancinelli [- 1] LineRace Technology 7 14 20
36 Italy Piergiorgio Capra [32] Team Dueppi 9 11 20
37 Italy Gianluca Baldini [32] CO2 Motorsport 13 8 18
38 Italy Pierluigi Veronesi CO2 Motorsport 16 6 18
39 Italy Francesco Baroni Dynamic 9 12
40 Portugal Carlos Filipe Gonçalves Coito TJ Emme Ret 10 11
41 Italy Andrea Amici [- 1] Team Dueppì 19 21 12 13 10
42 Italy Massimo Ballestri [F3 1](Fiat) System Team 11 DNS 16 Ret 8
43 Italy Giorgio Ferri KeKS Motorsport 12 15 7
44 Italy Antonio Vizzaccaro [F3 1] Bellspeed 12 DNS 6
45 Italy Luigi Folloni [F3 1] Bellspeed 17 DNS 13 16 4
46 Italy Gianpiero Negrotti [F3 1] System Team 14 DNS 2
47 Italy Salvatore Cardullo [32][F3 1](Fiat) Cherubini Racing Ret DNS 17 2
48 Italy Ivan Tramontozzi [- 1][F3 1](Opel) Team Dueppì 21 14 2
49 Italy Carlo Bendinelli [32][F3 1](Fiat) Bellspeed Ret DNS 22 22 1
50 Italy Federico Del Rosso [32][F3 1](Opel) Cherubini Racing 20 0
51 Italy Andrea Roda Tomcat Racing Ret 18 0
nc Italy Massimo Giondi LineRace Technology 23 20 0

Formula 2000 Light Winter Series[edit]

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
Points 32 28 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

3 points for pole position and 2 points for the fastest driver in each lap.

Pos[31] Driver Team Italy
Adria
November 8–9
Points
1 2
1 Chile Martin Scuncio (-) CO2 Motorsport 1* 1 66
2 Italy Giovanni Venturini (-) CO2 Motorsport 2 2 56
3 Italy Alberto Bassi CO2 Motorsport 4 6 40
4 Germany Thiemo Storz CO2 Motorsport 3 10 37
5 Italy Pierlugi Veronesi CO2 Motorsport 5 8 34
6 France Christophe Vernet AP Motorsport 8 5 34
7 Italy Domenico Ferlito Tomcat Racing 7 7 32
8 Italy Luca Pizzico TJ Emme 6 9 30
9 Belgium Ludwig Ghidi (-) CO2 Motorsport Ret 13 4 29
10 Italy Mauro Brozzi (F3) Bellspeed Ret 14 3* 28
11 Italy Luca Spiga (-) Emmegi Racing 9 14 16
12 Italy Andrea Leoni Alan Racing 11 11 16
13 Italy Marco Spiga (+) Emmegi Racing 10 13 12
14 Italy Luigi Folloni (F3) Bellspeed 12 15 7
15 Italy Gilles Pagani (F3) Alan Racing Ret 12 6
16 Italy Fabrizio Comi Alan Racing Ret 15 Ret 1

LATAM Challenge Series season[edit]

This is the first season of the Latin American (LATAM) Challenge Series held in Mexico. The series uses Tatuus Formula Renault 2.0L F4RS engines and Khumo tyres.

There are 2 races by venue.

Pos[33] Driver Team Mexico Amozoc
April 5–6
Mexico Águila
April 25–26
Mexico Tangamanga
May 24–25
Mexico Querétaro
June 21–22
Mexico Zacatecas
August 9–10
Mexico Guadalajara
September 6–7
Mexico Chihuahua
October 11–12
Mexico Monterrey
November 29–30
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Venezuela Giancarlo Serenelli R/E Racing 306
2 Costa Rica André Solano Team Costa Rica 174
3 Mexico Hugo Oliveras Megaracing Motorsport 152
4 Costa Rica Javier Collado Team Costa Rica 148
5 Mexico David Farías R/E Racing 140
6 Mexico Gerardo Nieto R/E Racing 140
7 Mexico Carlos Arellano Único Racing 126
8 Mexico Homero Richards Único Racing 100
9 Mexico Juan Carlos Sistos Megaracing Motorsport 96
10 Guatemala Juan Pablo Glover Megaracing Motorsport 94
11 Mexico Patrick Goeters Megaracing Motorsport 60
12 Mexico Martín Fuentes R/E Racing 56
13 Mexico Daniel Morales Dynamic Motorsports 56
14 Venezuela Juan Camilo Acosta JL Racing 52
15 Costa Rica José Andrés Montalto Team Costa Rica 38
16 Mexico Rodrigo Peralta JL Racing 34
17 Mexico Alejandro Cortinas JL Racing 30
18 Mexico Javier Echeverría Dynamic Motorsports 22
19 Mexico Oscar Kuri Dynamic Motorsports 20
20 Mexico David García Único Racing 16
21 Mexico Ricardo Marroquin RAM Racing 12
22 Mexico Carlos Medina JL Racing 10
23 Mexico Alejandro Aguilera 8
24 Mexico Alejandro Capín Megaracing Motorsport 4
25 Mexico Piero Rodarte Megaracing Motorsport 4
26 Mexico Enrique Baca Dynamic Motorsport 4
27 Mexico Mario Ochoa Megaracing Motorsport 2
28 Mexico Oscar Paredes Arroyo Dynamic Motorsport 0
29 Mexico Enrique Vázquez Único Racing 0
30 Mexico José Luis Cortinas JL Racing 0

Fórmula Renault Plus season[edit]

The series is held in the same rounds as its secondary series, Fórmula Renault Interprovencial.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 20 15 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1

1 point is given for pole position and all drivers receive a point for taking part in the qualifying session.

The calendar includes 12 rounds:

1. Marcos Juárez Motor Club Circuit (February 24)
2. Autódromo Ciudad De Río Cuarto (March 16)
3. Marcos Juárez Motor Club Circuit (April 20)
4. Autódromo Oscar Cabalén (May 11)
5. Marcos Juárez Motor Club Circuit (July 13)
6. Autódromo San Jorge (August 3)
7. Autódromo Oscar Cabalén (August 24)
8. Autódromo Ciudad De Río Cuarto (September 14)
9. Autódromo Oscar Cabalén (October 5)
10. Autódromo San Jorge (October 19)
11. Autódromo Ciudad De Río Cuarto (November 9)
12. Autódromo Oscar Cabalén (November 30)
Pos[34] Driver Team Points
1 Argentina Mario Gerbaldo 185
2 Argentina Damián Mari 110
3 Argentina Pablo Perotti 81
4 Argentina Lucas Bagneras 81
5 Argentina Alan Castellano 5
6 Argentina Esteban Cinquini 64
7 Argentina Pablo Teres 45
8 Argentina Franco Girolami 43
9 Argentina Sebastián Gallo 43
10 Argentina Roberto Luna 39
11 Argentina Alfredo Martini 30
12 Argentina Mariano Toia 23
13 Argentina Julia Ballario Baypal Scuderia 23
14 Argentina Amadis N. Farina 22
15 Argentina Franco Bosio 16
16 Argentina Nestor Barovero Barovero Racing Team 14
17 Argentina Santiago Viscovich 13
18 Argentina Roberto Arato 11
19 Argentina Rubén Santana 11
20 Argentina Gustavo Cerutti 11
21 Argentina Joaquin Gassman 10
22 Argentina Alexandro Polidori 9
23 Argentina Raúl Gorordo Pergamino Racing 9
24 Argentina Santiago Ghisiglieri 7
25 Argentina Matías Cantarini Cantarini Competicion 7
26 Argentina Juan Pablo Cravero 6
27 Argentina Juan Pablo Barrucca 6
28 Argentina Rosso Victor 4
29 Argentina Juan.C Aimar 4
30 Argentina Marcelo Ciarrochi 4
31 Argentina Juan Manuel Cabalen 3
32 Argentina Franco Mezzelani 3
33 Argentina Mauro Desabato 3
34 Argentina Leonardo Martino 3
35 Argentina Vicente Ripani 2
36 Argentina Violeta Pernice 2
37 Argentina Germán Monney 1
38 Argentina Javier Ferreyra 1
39 Argentina Danilo d'Angelo 1
40 Argentina Daniel Gabarra 1
41 Argentina Diego Casale 1
42 Argentina Brian Bauduco 1
43 Argentina Miguel Villagomez 1

Fórmula Renault Interprovencial season[edit]

The series is held in the same rounds as its main series, Fórmula Renault Plus.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 20 15 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1

1 point is given for pole position and all drivers receive a point for taking part in the qualifying session.

Pos[35] Driver Team Points
1 Argentina Fabricio Fernandez 214
2 Argentina Matías Cantarini 159
3 Argentina Darío Elisei 132
4 Argentina Daniel Gabarra 86
5 Argentina Franco Mezzelani 72
6 Argentina Federico Pancello 71
7 Argentina Gastón Mantegari 69
8 Argentina Raúl Gorordo Pergamino Racing 63
9 Argentina Juan Gabarra 56
10 Argentina Adrían Alfango 51
11 Argentina Maximiliano Terzoni 42
12 Argentina Darío Fabro 28
13 Argentina María José Lorenzatti 25
14 Argentina Javier Ferreyra 20
15 Argentina Danilo D'Angelo 19
16 Argentina José Domesi 18
17 Argentina Jorge Minetti 17
18 Argentina Darío Necochea 15
19 Argentina Lucas Bagnera 14
20 Argentina Mario Marinucci 14
21 Argentina German Massa 11
22 Argentina Juan C. Micheli 9
23 Argentina Brian Bauduco 6
24 Argentina Dino Gardini 5
25 Argentina Matías Reimondi 3
26 Argentina Alejandro Roani 2
27 Argentina Juan P. Cravero 2
28 Argentina Pablo Teres 2
29 Argentina Juan José Della Santina Della Santina Competición 2
30 Argentina Hernan Bueno 1

Fórmula 4 Metropolitana season[edit]

This is the first season of the Fórmula 4 Metropolitana series held in Argentina.[36] Cars use the Renault Clio K4M engine (1598cc) with low power. Different from the former Fórmula 4 Nacional series held in 2007, teams can choose their chassis manufacturer; Crespi, Tulia, Tito, etc.

The calendar includes 11 rounds in 3 venues:

1. (April 13) Autódromo Roberto Mouras
2. (May 4) Autódromo Sudamericano de Olavarría
3. (June 8) Autódromo Roberto Mouras
4. (June 29) Autódromo 9 de Julio
5. (July 20) Autódromo Roberto Mouras
6. (August 10) Autódromo Sudamericano de Olavarría
7. (August 31) Autódromo Roberto Mouras
8. (September 21) Autódromo 9 de Julio
9. (October 19) Autódromo Roberto Mouras
10. (November 09) Autódromo Roberto Mouras
11. (November 30) Autódromo Roberto Mouras
Pos[37] Driver Team Points
1 Argentina Alan Castellano Scudería Ramini 118
2 Argentina Gastón Crusitta Casalins Competición 107
3 Argentina Ezequiel Bongiovanni 82
4 Argentina Emiliano Gonzalez Speedy González Performance 82
5 Argentina Bernardo Poggi Ré Competición 68
1 Argentina Leonardo Martino
1 Argentina Violeta Pernice
1 Argentina Juan Barucca
1 Argentina Pablo Lemoine
1 Argentina María Abate Ré Competición, Casalins Competición
1 Argentina Hernán Costa Scuderia Ramini
1 Argentina Gabriel Soncini
1 Argentina Martin Melhem
1 Argentina Enzo Pieraligi
1 Argentina Juan José Garriz Ré Competición
1 Argentina Lucas Alonso Scudería Ramini
1 Argentina Nicolás Dambolena
1 Argentina Rubén Santana Scudería Ramini
1 Argentina Pablo Constanzo Ré Competición
1 Argentina Sebastian Pernigotte
1 Argentina Federico Moisés RSX Motorsport
1 Argentina Franco Girolami
1 Argentina Emanuel Girón
1 Argentina Mauricio Allochis
1 Argentina Bruno Etmann
1 Argentina Juan Ignacio Landa
1 Argentina Gonzalo Perlo
1 Argentina Alan Ruggero Ré Competición
1 Argentina Federico Fastuca
1 Argentina Gerardo Risso
1 Argentina Ayrton Molina
1 Argentina Rodolfo Urriticoechea Tati Motorsport
1 Argentina Julián Falivene Tati Motorsport
1 Argentina Santiago Viscouvich
1 Argentina Mario Gerbaldo
1 Argentina Mario Gerbaldo
1 Argentina Claudio Dinoto Rama
1 Argentina Mario Gerbaldo

Formula Asia 2.0 season[edit]

The 2008 season is the first season for the Formula Asia 2.0 series. The series offers a prize for the best Asian driver in the Asian Drivers Cup.

Race point system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 20 15 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1

Only the two best-placed drivers in each team at each race will receive points for the team championship.

Rounds 10 and 11 in Shanghai on November 22–23 don't count towards the championship as there was insufficient preparation time due to the delay in the release of the containers by the local customs.[38]

Pos[39] Driver Team Malaysia
Sepang
May 17–18
Malaysia Sepang
June 14–15
Thailand
Bira
August 16–17
Thailand
Bira
September 6–7
China Shanghai
November 22–23
[I 1]
China Shanghai
December 6–7
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist March 3 Racing 2 1* 1 1* 1* 1* 1 1* Ret ? 3 2 1 1 1 215
2 France Matthias Beche Champ Motorsport(1–9), Asia Racing Team(10–15) 1* 2 2* 4 5 3 3 5 4 1 2 Ret 3 2* 2* 144
3 Indonesia Rio Haryanto Asia Racing Team 8 6 10 8 7 4 2* 4 2 3 1 1* 2* 4 3 121
4 Japan Yuki Iwasaki Dyna Ten Motorsports 6 3 8 2 4 5 5 3 5 4 ? Ret 4 3 4 111
5 Japan Yoshitaka Kuroda Asia Racing Team 4 Ret 5 5 3 2 4 Ret 3 5 ? 4 5 5 7 107
6 China Dai Wei Zhu March 3 Racing 10 5 6 3 2 6 9 3 7 6 6 81
7 United States Ryan Booth Asia Racing Team 5 7 9 7 10 8 6 2 1 64
8 France Benjamin Rouget March 3 Racing 3 4 3 11 8 Ret 7 DNS DNS 41
9 Indonesia Ryan Haryanto Chanp Motorsport Ret 6 7 5 18
10 China Dong Zhang Zeng March 3 Racing 9 8 7 9 9 16
11 Switzerland Gary Hirsch Champ Motorsport 6 6 12
12 Thailand Robert Boughey March 3 Racing DNS DNS 4 7 8 7
13 Venezuela Samin Gomez Briceno March 3 Racing 11 9 11 10 11 5
14 France Vincent Capillaire Asia Racing Team 7 Ret Ret 4
15 Mexico Karl Martinez Vergara Asia Racing Team Ret 10 1
nc Germany Mateusz Adamski Asia Racing Team 2 ?  –
Pos Team Points
1 March 3 Racing 333
2 Asia Racing Team 288
3 Champ Motorsport 140
4 Dyna Ten Motorsports 115

Notes[edit]

Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Green Retired, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Not classified (NC)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Blank Did not participate
Injured (INJ)
Excluded (EX)
Bold Pole position
* Fastest lap
spr Sprint Race
fea Feature Race
  1. ^ WEC rookies
  1. ^ FFSA Challenger Cup
  1. ^ a b Points are only awarded to the top 10 drivers in each race.
  1. ^ Misano contested in the test races and hence, was not awarded classification points.
  1. ^ a b c B Class drivers use Formula Renault before 2003 with aerodynamic kit from 2002.
  1. ^ Optional race. Points are only awarded if all drivers are involved.
  1. ^ a b Raced held at the same time as the Portugal Winter Series FR2.0
  1. ^ Rounds 10 and 11 don't count towards the championship.
  1. ^ a b c d e f Driver under 17 years
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Drivers using Dallara Formula 3 chassis with Opel or Fiat engine
  1. ^ a b Woman driver

References[edit]

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  5. ^ Titles awarded frwec.com (October 2, 2008)
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