2011 German Formula Three season

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2011 German Formula Three season
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The 2011 ATS Formel 3 Cup season was the ninth German F3 Cup season and the last season with FIA specification F3 engines. For the 2012 season, the series will use Volkswagen engines only.[1] The season began on 23 April at Oschersleben and finished on 2 October at Hockenheim after nine race weekends, totalling eighteen races.[2]

New Zealander Richie Stanaway clinched title on the penultimate round, becoming the first Kiwi to win the championship. Danish driver Marco Sørensen, despite missing the round at Assen, finished the season as runner-up. Third place was claimed by Austrian Klaus Bachler. Maxim Travin won the Trophy class after seven wins.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Team No Driver Class Chassis Engine Status Rounds
Austria HS Engineering[3] 1 Israel Alon Day[4] C Dallara F305[4] Volkswagen[4] All
2 Germany Patrick Schranner[4] C Dallara F306[4] Volkswagen[4] R 1–4
Germany Riccardo Brutschin[5] 6–9
Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing[6] 5 New Zealand Richie Stanaway[7] C Dallara F306[3] Volkswagen[6] R All
6 Netherlands Jeroen Mul[8] C Dallara F305[3] Volkswagen[6] R All
7 Netherlands Hannes van Asseldonk[9] C Dallara F306[3] Volkswagen[6] R All
Sweden Performance Racing[6] 10 Germany Riccardo Brutschin[10] C Dallara F305[3] Volkswagen[10] 1–4
11 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist[11] C Dallara F305[3] Volkswagen[11] R 1–7
Denmark Dennis Lind[12] C Dallara F305[12] Volkswagen[12] R 9
Germany Motopark[3] 12 Germany Markus Pommer[3] C Dallara F306[3] Volkswagen[3] 1–3
14 Germany Tony Halbig[3] C Dallara F305[3] Volkswagen[3] R All
15 Republic of Ireland Gary Thompson[13] C Dallara F305 Volkswagen 2
Germany Brandl Racing[14] 17 Denmark Marco Sørensen[14] C Dallara F305[3] Mercedes[3] 1–7, 9
18 Austria Bernd Herndlhofer[14] C Dallara F306[3] Mercedes[3] 1–2
Czech Republic Filip Salaquarda[15] 5
Switzerland Jo Zeller Racing[16] 24 Switzerland Sandro Zeller[16] C Dallara F306[3] Mercedes[3] 1–3
Germany Markus Pommer[17] 4–9
25 Austria René Binder[16] C Dallara F305[3] Mercedes[3] 1–2, 4–9
Germany URD Rennsport[18] 26 Austria Klaus Bachler[18] C Dallara F306[18] Mercedes[18] R All
Switzerland Bordoli-Motorsport[19] 28 Switzerland Yannick Mettler[19] C Dallara F305[19] OPC Challenge[19] R 1–5, 8–9
Russia Max Travin Racing[20] 30 Russia Nikolay Martsenko[20] C Dallara F306[20] Volkswagen[20] All
54 Russia Maxim Travin[20] T Dallara F303[3] OPC Challenge[3] All
Georgia (country) Stromos ArtLine[6][21] 33 Estonia Antti Rammo[3] C Dallara F305[3] OPC Challenge[3] 1–2, 4–6, 8–9
50 Russia Mikhail Aleshin[3] T ArtTech F24C[21] OPC Challenge 9
Mercedes[3] 1, 6, 8
Finland Daniel Aho[17] 4
France Tom Dillmann[15] 5
Russia Ivan Samarin[13] ArtTech F24[21] OPC Challenge 2
Belgium APEX Engineering[22] 35 Belgium Jordi Weckx[22] C Dallara F305[22] OPC Challenge[22] 2, 4, 9
Austria Franz Wöss Racing[5] 36 Switzerland Dominik Kocher[5] C Dallara F305 OPC Challenge R 6, 9
37 Austria Stefan Neuburger[5] C Dallara F305 OPC Challenge 6
Germany Francesco Lopez[23] 9
Germany Rhino's Leipert Motorsport 55 Italy Luca Iannaccone[3] T Dallara F304[3] Opel[3] All
Icon Class
C Cup
T Trophy
Icon Status
R Rookie

Calendar[edit]

The provisional 2011 calendar consisted of nine meetings of which five were due to take place in Germany. A support race to the World Series by Renault meeting at the Nürburgring was later dropped from the calendar in favour of an additional foreign round at Belgium's Spa-Francorchamps. The Rizla Race Day at Assen was also replaced with a Superleague Formula meeting at the circuit.

The final calendar consists of nine meetings of which seven are part of the ADAC Masters Weekend package.[24]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning driver Winning team Trophy winner Supporting
1 R1 Germany Oschersleben 23 April United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Mikhail Aleshin ADAC Masters Weekend
R2 24 April Netherlands Hannes van Asseldonk New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Mikhail Aleshin
2 R1 Belgium Spa-Francorchamps 6 May Denmark Marco Sørensen Denmark Marco Sørensen Denmark Marco Sørensen Germany Brandl Racing Russia Ivan Samarin 1000 km Spa
R2 7 May Denmark Marco Sørensen Denmark Marco Sørensen New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Maxim Travin
3 R1 Germany Sachsenring 14 May New Zealand Richie Stanaway United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Maxim Travin ADAC Masters Weekend
R2 15 May Israel Alon Day Austria Klaus Bachler Austria Klaus Bachler Germany URD Rennsport Russia Maxim Travin
4 R1 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen 4 June New Zealand Richie Stanaway Israel Alon Day New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Finland Daniel Aho Superleague Formula
R2 5 June New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Finland Daniel Aho
5 R1 Belgium Zolder 11 June New Zealand Richie Stanaway Germany Markus Pommer New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Maxim Travin ADAC Masters Weekend
R2 12 June United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist Sweden Performance Racing France Tom Dillmann
6 R1 Austria Red Bull Ring 13 August New Zealand Richie Stanaway Israel Alon Day New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Mikhail Aleshin ADAC Masters Weekend
R2 14 August New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Mikhail Aleshin
7 R1 Germany EuroSpeedway Lausitz 3 September New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway Denmark Marco Sørensen Germany Brandl Racing Russia Maxim Travin ADAC Masters Weekend
R2 4 September New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Maxim Travin
8 R1 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen 17 September Netherlands Hannes van Asseldonk Netherlands Hannes van Asseldonk Austria Klaus Bachler Germany URD Rennsport Russia Mikhail Aleshin ADAC Masters Weekend
R2 18 September New Zealand Richie Stanaway Germany Markus Pommer New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Maxim Travin
9 R1 Germany Hockenheimring 1 October Germany Markus Pommer New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Mikhail Aleshin ADAC Masters Weekend
R2 2 October New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway New Zealand Richie Stanaway Netherlands Van Amersfoort Racing Russia Mikhail Aleshin

Championship standings[edit]

Overall[edit]

  • Points were awarded as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PP FL
10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 1
Pos Driver OSC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
SAC
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
ZOL
Belgium
RBR
Austria
LAU
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
HOC
Germany
Points
1 New Zealand Richie Stanaway 1 1 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 5 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 181
2 Denmark Marco Sørensen 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 7 3 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 126
3 Austria Klaus Bachler Ret 13 4 3 3 1 3 3 2 7 6 13 4 4 1 4 9 Ret 79
4 Israel Alon Day 4 6 3 6 4 9 5 6 6 6 5 4 7 Ret 6 3 Ret 5 62
5 Netherlands Hannes van Asseldonk 5 8 8 Ret 8 11 7 Ret 4 3 3 3 Ret 3 3 5 4 4 61
6 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist 2 Ret 5 5 13 3 4 4 Ret 1 4 7 3 Ret 59
7 Germany Markus Pommer 12 DNS Ret 11 9 8 10 2 5 4 7 5 9 5 8 2 3 3 52
8 Austria René Binder 6 3 Ret 4 6 Ret 15 9 10 9 11 7 7 DNS 5 9 26
9 Germany Tony Halbig 8 4 10 12 16 5 Ret 9 8 10 8 6 6 9 10 Ret 8 7 22
10 Netherlands Jeroen Mul 11 Ret 17 7 7 Ret 8 8 10 8 Ret 12 5 6 5 Ret 10 10 18
11 Germany Patrick Schranner 7 5 9 9 5 6 9 5 17
12 Russia Nikolay Martsenko 14 Ret 13 15 12 13 12 11 11 16 11 10 10 8 4 6 11 Ret 9
13 Germany Riccardo Brutschin 10 Ret Ret 13 6 10 Ret 10 12 8 8 Ret 9 DNS 7 Ret 8
14 Austria Bernd Herndlhofer 9 7 6 10 5
15 Switzerland Sandro Zeller 13 11 7 8 10 7 5
16 Russia Mikhail Aleshin 16 10 9 11 11 Ret 15 6 3
17 Estonia Antti Rammo 15 12 15 17 13 14 9 14 13 15 14 7 14 12 2
18 Czech Republic Filip Salaquarda 7 12 2
19 Russia Maxim Travin 17 14 16 18 14 12 15 15 12 15 15 17 12 10 13 8 18 16 1
 — Switzerland Yannick Mettler 19 9 11 14 11 DSQ 11 12 Ret 13 12 Ret Ret 14 0
 — Italy Luca Iannaccone 18 15 18 19 15 14 16 16 13 17 17 18 13 11 15 9 17 17 0
 — Belgium Jordi Weckx 14 16 12 11 0
 — France Tom Dillmann 14 11 0
 — Russia Ivan Samarin 12 20 0
 — Germany Francesco Lopez 13 13 0
 — Finland Daniel Aho 14 13 0
 — Switzerland Dominik Kocher 14 14 16 15 0
 — Austria Stefan Neuburger 16 16 0
 — Republic of Ireland Gary Thompson DNS DNS 0
Guest driver ineligible for points
 — Denmark Dennis Lind 6 8 0
Pos Driver OSC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
SAC
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
ZOL
Belgium
RBR
Austria
LAU
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
HOC
Germany
Points
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

Trophy[edit]

  • Points were awarded as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pos Driver OSC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
SAC
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
ZOL
Belgium
RBR
Austria
LAU
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
HOC
Germany
Points
1 Russia Maxim Travin 17 14 16 18 14 12 15 15 12 15 15 17 12 10 13 8 18 16 156
2 Italy Luca Iannaccone 18 15 18 19 15 14 16 16 13 17 17 18 13 11 15 9 17 17 124
3 Russia Mikhail Aleshin 16 10 9 11 11 Ret 15 6 70
4 Finland Daniel Aho 14 13 20
5 France Tom Dillmann 14 11 16
6 Russia Ivan Samarin 12 20 16
Pos Driver OSC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
SAC
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
ZOL
Belgium
RBR
Austria
LAU
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
HOC
Germany
Points

SONAX Rookie-Pokal[edit]

Pos Driver OSC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
SAC
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
ZOL
Belgium
RBR
Austria
LAU
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
HOC
Germany
Points
1 New Zealand Richie Stanaway 1 1 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 5 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 170
2 Austria Klaus Bachler Ret 13 4 3 3 1 3 3 2 7 6 13 4 4 1 4 9 Ret 109
3 Netherlands Hannes van Asseldonk 5 8 8 Ret 8 11 7 Ret 4 3 3 3 Ret 3 3 5 4 4 94
4 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist 2 Ret 5 5 13 3 4 4 Ret 1 4 7 3 Ret 71
5 Germany Tony Halbig 8 4 10 12 16 5 Ret 9 8 10 8 6 6 9 10 Ret 8 7 69
6 Netherlands Jeroen Mul 11 Ret 17 7 7 Ret 8 8 10 8 Ret 12 5 6 5 Ret 10 10 58
7 Germany Patrick Schranner 7 5 9 9 5 6 9 5 37
8 Switzerland Yannick Mettler 19 9 11 14 11 DSQ 11 12 Ret 13 12 Ret Ret 14 26
9 Switzerland Dominik Kocher 14 14 16 15 11
Guest driver ineligible for points
 — Denmark Dennis Lind 6 8 0
Pos Driver OSC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
SAC
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
ZOL
Belgium
RBR
Austria
LAU
Germany
ASS
Netherlands
HOC
Germany
Points

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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