2009 Catalunya Formula Two round

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Spain  2009 Catalunya Formula Two round
Round details
Round 8 of 8 in the 2009 FIA Formula Two Championship season.
Catalunya.svg
Location Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Course Permanent racing facility
4.655 km (2.875 mi)
First Race
Date 31 October 2009
Laps 20
Pole Position
Driver Canada Robert Wickens
Time 1:39.020
Podium
First Spain Andy Soucek
Second Russia Mikhail Aleshin
Third France Tristan Vautier
Fastest lap
Team United Kingdom Jason Moore
Time 1:40.931 (on lap 5)
Second Race
Date 1 November 2009
Laps 20
Pole Position
Driver Canada Robert Wickens
Time 1:38.096
Podium
First Spain Andy Soucek
Second Italy Nicola de Marco
Third Canada Robert Wickens
Fastest lap
Driver Spain Andy Soucek
Time 1:39.704 (on lap 2)

The 2009 Catalunya Formula Two round was the eighth and final round of the 2009 FIA Formula Two Championship season. It was held on 31 October and 1 November 2009 at Circuit de Catalunya in Montmeló, just outside of Barcelona, Spain. The first race was won by Andy Soucek, with Mikhail Aleshin and debutant Tristan Vautier also on the podium. The second race was also won by Soucek, with Nicola de Marco and Robert Wickens also on the podium. Edoardo Piscopo missed this round to participate in the first round of 2009–10 GP2 Asia Series season in Abu Dhabi.[1] His slot was filled by Formula Palmer Audi driver Vautier.[2] Carlos Iaconelli also missed out on the round, due to flu.

Classification[edit]

Qualifying 1[edit]

Pos No Name Time Grid
1 12 Canada Robert Wickens 1:39.020 1
2 22 Spain Andy Soucek 1:39.268 2
3 10 Italy Nicola de Marco 1:39.416 3
4 15 Russia Mikhail Aleshin 1:39.426 4
5 38 France Tristan Vautier 1:39.446 5
6 4 France Julien Jousse 1:39.502 6
7 33 Austria Philipp Eng 1:39.511 7
8 14 Italy Mirko Bortolotti 1:39.654 8
9 18 Switzerland Natacha Gachnang 1:39.660 9
10 21 Lithuania Kazim Vasiliauskas 1:39.707 10
11 25 Serbia Miloš Pavlović 1:39.721 11
12 8 Germany Tobias Hegewald 1:39.847 12
13 31 United Kingdom Jason Moore 1:39.955 13
14 3 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer 1:40.022 14
15 6 India Armaan Ebrahim 1:40.042 15
16 20 Germany Jens Höing 1:40.396 16
17 23 Finland Henri Karjalainen 1:40.529 17
18 24 United Kingdom Tom Gladdis 1:40.541 18
19 27 Spain Germán Sánchez 1:40.720 19
20 2 Sweden Sebastian Hohenthal 1:40.956 20
21 5 United Kingdom Alex Brundle 1:41.036 21
22 44 United Kingdom Ollie Hancock 1:41.770 22
23 9 Italy Pietro Gandolfi 1:42.361 23
24 11 United Kingdom Jack Clarke no time 24

Qualifying 2[edit]

Pos No Name Time Grid
1 12 Canada Robert Wickens 1:38.096 1
2 22 Spain Andy Soucek 1:38.163 2
3 33 Austria Philipp Eng 1:38.201 3
4 10 Italy Nicola de Marco 1:38.319 4
5 8 Germany Tobias Hegewald 1:38.343 5
6 21 Lithuania Kazim Vasiliauskas 1:38.414 6
7 15 Russia Mikhail Aleshin 1:38.470 7
8 38 France Tristan Vautier 1:38.488 8
9 6 India Armaan Ebrahim 1:38.526 9
10 4 France Julien Jousse 1:38.607 10
11 31 United Kingdom Jason Moore 1:38.624 11
12 3 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer 1:38.810 12
13 14 Italy Mirko Bortolotti 1:38.840 13
14 25 Serbia Miloš Pavlović 1:38.888 14
15 18 Switzerland Natacha Gachnang 1:38.916 15
16 24 United Kingdom Tom Gladdis 1:39.012 16
17 5 United Kingdom Alex Brundle 1:39.126 17
18 11 United Kingdom Jack Clarke 1:39.310 18
19 23 Finland Henri Karjalainen 1:39.348 19
20 2 Sweden Sebastian Hohenthal 1:39.803 20
21 20 Germany Jens Höing 1:40.322 21
22 27 Spain Germán Sánchez 1:40.464 22
23 44 United Kingdom Ollie Hancock 1:40.544 23
24 9 Italy Pietro Gandolfi 1:41.765 24

Race 1[edit]

Pos No Driver Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 22 Spain Andy Soucek 20 33:53.492 2 10
2 15 Russia Mikhail Aleshin 20 +4.389 4 8
3 38 France Tristan Vautier 20 +7.645 5 6
4 4 France Julien Jousse 20 +7.980 6 5
5 33 Austria Philipp Eng 20 +13.329 7 4
6 14 Italy Mirko Bortolotti 20 +13.825 8 3
7 18 Switzerland Natacha Gachnang 20 +16.977 9 2
8 21 Lithuania Kazim Vasiliauskas 20 +17.476 10 1
9 8 Germany Tobias Hegewald 20 +19.251 12
10 25 Serbia Miloš Pavlović 20 +24.503 11
11 10 Italy Nicola de Marco 20 +26.378 3
12 6 India Armaan Ebrahim 20 +27.830 15
13 3 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer 20 +32.587 14
14 24 United Kingdom Tom Gladdis 20 +33.010 18
15 5 United Kingdom Alex Brundle 20 +37.925 21
16 23 Finland Henri Karjalainen 20 +38.232 17
17 11 United Kingdom Jack Clarke 20 +42.997 24
18 44 United Kingdom Ollie Hancock 20 +47.618 22
19 31 United Kingdom Jason Moore 20 +47.901 13
Ret 2 Sweden Sebastian Hohenthal 12 DNF 20
Ret 9 Italy Pietro Gandolfi 6 DNF 23
Ret 12 Canada Robert Wickens 4 DNF 1
Ret 20 Germany Jens Höing 0 DNF 16
DNS 27 Spain Germán Sánchez 0 19
Fastest lap: Jason Moore 1:40.931 (166.0 km/h) on lap 5[3]

Race 2[edit]

Pos No Driver Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 22 Spain Andy Soucek 20 33:53.492 2 10
2 10 Italy Nicola de Marco 20 +7.538 4 8
3 12 Canada Robert Wickens 20 +9.645 1 6
4 21 Lithuania Kazim Vasiliauskas 20 +10.197 6 5
5 8 Germany Tobias Hegewald 20 +14.652 5 4
6 38 France Tristan Vautier 20 +19.626 8 3
7 15 Russia Mikhail Aleshin 20 +21.529 7 2
8 4 France Julien Jousse 20 +21.892 10 1
9 33 Austria Philipp Eng 20 +24.201 3
10 6 India Armaan Ebrahim 20 +25.618 9
11 3 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer 20 +26.809 12
12 5 United Kingdom Alex Brundle 20 +31.384 17
13 18 Switzerland Natacha Gachnang 20 +32.857 15
14 11 United Kingdom Jack Clarke 20 +38.459 18
15 24 United Kingdom Tom Gladdis 20 +39.156 16
16 31 United Kingdom Jason Moore 20 +39.615 11
17 23 Finland Henri Karjalainen 20 +44.476 19
18 44 United Kingdom Ollie Hancock 20 +44.811 23
19 25 Serbia Miloš Pavlović 20 +1:09.899 14
20 9 Italy Pietro Gandolfi 20 +1:16.682 24
21 20 Germany Jens Höing 18 +2 laps 21
Ret 2 Sweden Sebastian Hohenthal 10 DNF 20
Ret 14 Italy Mirko Bortolotti 8 DNF 13
DNS 27 Spain Germán Sánchez 0 22
Fastest lap: Andy Soucek 1:39.704 (168.1 km/h) on lap 2[4]

Standings after the race[edit]

Drivers' Championship standings
Pos Driver Points
1 Spain Andy Soucek 115
2 Canada Robert Wickens 64
3 Russia Mikhail Aleshin 59
4 Italy Mirko Bortolotti 50
5 France Julien Jousse 49

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Drivers lineup, 20/10/2009". dams.fr (DAMS). 2009-10-20. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  2. ^ "Tristan Vautier to replace Edoardo Piscopo for Barcelona". FIA Formula Two Championship. 2009-10-23. Retrieved 2009-10-23. 
  3. ^ "FIA Formula Two Championship RACE 1 - CLASSIFICATION" (PDF). formulatwo.com. FIA Formula Two Championship. 2009-10-31. Retrieved 2009-12-26. 
  4. ^ "FIA Formula Two Championship RACE 2 - CLASSIFICATION" (PDF). formulatwo.com. FIA Formula Two Championship. 2009-11-01. Archived from the original on 7 January 2010. Retrieved 2009-12-26.