2009 SEAT León Eurocup season

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2009 SEAT León Eurocup season
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The 2009 SEAT León Eurocup season was the second season of the SEAT León Eurocup, a one-make racing series supporting the World Touring Car Championship.

Hungarian Norbert Michelisz won the championship at the final round at Imola.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Team No. Drivers Rounds
France Team Clairet Sport 1 France Jean Marie Clairet All
Hungary Zengő Motorsport 2 Hungary Robert Mendre 2
3 Hungary Norbert Michelisz All
4 Italy Andrea Larini All
5 Hungary Gyorgy Kontra 2
50 Hungary Gábor Wéber 6
Spain SUNRED 6 Spain Javier Ibran All
7 Italy Aldo Ponti 1–4, 6
19 Netherlands Tim Coronel All
21 Netherlands Rob Kamphues All
23 Czech Republic Michal Matějovský All
28 Spain Diego Puyo 1–4
30 Spain Santiago Navarro 4–6
32 France Michaël Rossi 1–2, 5–6
Italy Rangoni Motorsport 8 Italy Massimiliano Pedalà All
9 Italy Davide Roda 1–3, 6
14 France Martin Morente 1, 3–4
18 Russia Aleksey Dudukalo 1–3, 5–6
51 Republic of Ireland Eoin Murray 6
Switzerland SEAT Swiss Racing 10 Switzerland Fredy Barth All
Switzerland Ursinho Racing by Carpi 11 Switzerland Urs Sonderegger 1–3, 5–6
France JR Niogret 12 France Jean Robert Niogret 1–5
Russia Team Russia 15 Russia Anton Markin All
16 Russia Oleg Petrikov All
Spain Pujolaracing 30 Spain Santiago Navarro 1
Spain De Diego Motorsport 31 Spain Marcos De Diego 1
Hungary Zsille Motorsport 33 Hungary Balint Hatvani 2, 5–6
34 Hungary Zoltan Barkovics 2, 5–6
Portugal Oasis Motorsport 38 Portugal Miguel Freitas 3
United Kingdom Welch Motorsport 39 United Kingdom Daniel Welch 4
United Kingdom Advent Motorsport 44 Sweden Freddy Nordstrom 4
Germany GAG Racing Team 47 Czech Republic Petr Fulín 5
48 Poland Damien Sawicki 5

Race calendar and results[edit]

Round Date Country Track Pole Position Fastest Lap Race Winner Winning Team WTCC Prize Drive Winner*
1 R1 30 May  ESP Circuit de Valencia Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Zengő Motorsport Netherlands Tim Coronel
R2 31 May Hungary Norbert Michelisz Italy Andrea Larini Hungary Zengő Motorsport
2 R1 20 June  CZE Masaryk Circuit Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Norbert Michelisz France Michaël Rossi Spain SUNRED Spain Diego Puyo
R2 21 June Hungary Norbert Michelisz Spain Diego Puyo Spain SUNRED
3 R1 4 July  PRT Circuito da Boavista Switzerland Fredy Barth Italy Massimiliano Pedalà Switzerland Fredy Barth Switzerland SEAT Swiss Racing Hungary Norbert Michelisz
R2 5 July Spain Diego Puyo Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Zengő Motorsport
4 R1 18 July  GBR Brands Hatch Hungary Norbert Michelisz Czech Republic Michal Matějovský Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Zengő Motorsport France Jean Marie Clairet
R2 19 July France Jean Marie Clairet France Jean Marie Clairet France Team Clairet Sport
5 R1 5 September  DEU Motorsport Arena Oschersleben Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Zengő Motorsport Italy Andrea Larini
R2 6 September Switzerland Fredy Barth Netherlands Tim Coronel Spain SUNRED
6 R1 19 September  ITA Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari France Michaël Rossi France Michaël Rossi France Michaël Rossi Spain SUNRED France Michaël Rossi
R2 20 September Switzerland Fredy Barth Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Zengő Motorsport

* The highest points scorer from each round won a prize drive in the next round of the WTCC in a SEAT León with SUNRED Engineering. Michaël Rossi will race at the first European round in 2010.

Championship standings[edit]

Pos Driver VAL
Spain
BRN
Czech Republic
POR
Portugal
BRH
United Kingdom
OSC
Germany
IMO
Italy
Pts
1 Hungary Norbert Michelisz 1 Ret 4 2 7 1 1 3 1 13 7 1 68
2 Italy Massimiliano Pedalà 4 5 2 4 2 Ret 7 2 Ret 4 4 4 55
3 Switzerland Fredy Barth 12 3 3 Ret 1 9 2 16 4 8 6 2 47
4 Netherlands Tim Coronel 3 4 Ret 12 6 3 15 11 8 1 3 3 43
5 Spain Diego Puyo 2 Ret 5 1 3 2 3 Ret 42
6 France Michaël Rossi 7 11 1 14 Ret 2 1 5 34
7 France Jean Marie Clairet 17 Ret 6 3 9 5 4 1 5 9 9 7 34
8 Italy Andrea Larini 8 1 8 Ret 8 8 8 4 2 3 10 Ret 34
9 Czech Republic Michal Matějovský 6 2 4 5 5 13 Ret 15 Ret 6 11 Ret 27
10 Russia Oleg Petrikov 9 6 7 8 11 6 14 8 7 Ret 17 6 15
11 Portugal Miguel Freitas 4 4 10
12 Hungary Gábor Wéber 2 Ret 8
13 France Jean Robert Niogret Ret 8 Ret 11 14 7 6 7 Ret 11 8
14 Sweden Freddy Nordstrom 5 6 7
15 Czech Republic Petr Fulín 3 Ret 6
16 Spain Javier Ibran 10 7 DNS Ret 13 10 10 9 6 15 13 10 5
17 Hungary Balint Hatvani Ret 6 Ret 7 Ret 9 5
18 Russia Aleksey Dudukalo 11 Ret 9 10 10 Ret 13 5 Ret 12 4
19 Russia Anton Markin 13 13 Ret Ret 12 11 16 5 10 Ret 12 15 4
20 Spain Marcos De Diego 5 Ret 4
21 Republic of Ireland Eoin Murray 5 Ret 4
22 Hungary Robert Mendre 10 7 2
23 Hungary Zoltan Barkovics Ret 9 Ret Ret 8 8 2
24 Netherlands Rob Kamphues 15 Ret 11 DNS DNS DNS 12 10 9 10 Ret 11 0
25 Spain Santiago Navarro Ret 9 11 13 11 12 Ret 14 0
26 United Kingdom Daniel Welch 9 Ret 0
27 Italy Aldo Ponti 14 10 Ret Ret Ret 12 Ret 14 16 Ret 0
28 Switzerland Urs Sonderegger 16 12 12 15 DNS DNS 14 14 14 Ret 0
29 France Martin Morente Ret Ret Ret 14 13 12 0
30 Italy Davide Roda Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret DNS 15 13 0
31 Hungary Gyorgy Kontra Ret 13 0
Poland Damian Sawicki Ret DNS 0
Pos Driver VAL
Spain
BRN
Czech Republic
POR
Portugal
BRH
United Kingdom
OSC
Germany
IMO
Italy
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Not classified (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

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