2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge season

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2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge season
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The 2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge is the sixth season of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. The season again consists of twelve rounds and started on 19 January with the 79° Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo. The season will end on 5 November, at the FxPro Cyprus Rally.

The series will introduce a new points system for the 2011 season, applying the FIA points system – 25–18–15–12–10–8–6–4–2–1[1] – which has been introduced to other championships within the last twelve months. Within the new system, the final two events in Scotland and Cyprus will offer more points via a scoring coefficient.[1] Scotland will offer crews points on a 1.5 coefficient, meaning that the winner will earn 37.5 points, second place 27 points, third place 22.5 points and so on. In Cyprus, double points will be offered, meaning the winner will receive 50 points, second place 36, third place 30 and so forth.

Calendar[edit]

The calendar had consisted of twelve events run on two continents. The schedule will include two new countries, France (Tour de Corse, former WRC event) and Hungary (Asphalt/Gravel Mecsek Rallye), plus a return to Argentina for the new gravel-based Rally de los Alerces.[2] The final calendar was released on 10 December 2010, with the Prime Yalta Rally in Ukraine added, and the Rally Islas Canarias listed without a confirmed date.[3] Rally Islas Canarias was reinstated to the calendar on 19 January 2011 at the expense of Rally de los Alerces, which was cancelled.[4] Rali Vinho da Madeira was later dropped in June 2011.[5]

Round Dates Event title Rally HQ Surface
1 19–22 January Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo France Valence Asphalt
2 14–16 April Rally Islas Canarias Trofeo El Corte Inglés Spain Las Palmas Asphalt
3 12–14 May Tour de Corse France Ajaccio Asphalt
4 2–4 June Prime Yalta Rally Ukraine Yalta Asphalt
5 23–25 June Geko Ypres Rally Belgium Ypres Asphalt
6 14–16 July SATA Rallye Açores Portugal Ponta Delgada Gravel
7 26–28 August Barum Czech Rally Zlín Czech Republic Zlín Asphalt
8 9–11 September Mecsek Rallye Hungary Pécs Asphalt
9 22–24 September Rallye Sanremo Italy Sanremo Asphalt
10 7–9 October[6] RAC MSA Rally of Scotland United Kingdom Perth Gravel
11 3–5 November FxPro Cyprus Rally Cyprus Limassol Asphalt/Gravel

Selected entries[edit]

Peugeot UK have already confirmed their entry for the 2011 season with Guy Wilks[7] who previously raced for Škoda UK instead of 2009 champion Kris Meeke who will make the switch to World Rally Championship (WRC) driving for MINI.[8] 2003 World Rally champion Petter Solberg will make a one-off appearance at the Monte Carlo Rally for Peugeot. Škoda UK, have also announced their plan to compete in IRC in 2011.[9] The team's single car will be occupied by Andreas Mikkelsen, who will compete in the Skoda Italia-run car, alongside the works cars of the top two drivers in 2010, Juho Hänninen and Jan Kopecký.[10]

Entrant/Team Manufacturer[11] Car Driver Co-driver Tyres Rounds
Czech Republic Škoda Motorsport Škoda Škoda Fabia S2000 Finland Juho Hänninen Finland Mikko Markkula M 1–2, 4, 6–7, 10–11
Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Czech Republic Petr Starý M 1–10
Czech Republic Pavel Dresler 11
France Nicolas Vouilloz France Benjamin Veillas M 1
Belgium Freddy Loix Belgium Frédéric Miclotte M 1
Belgium BFO-Škoda Rally Team 2–3, 5, 7–11
United Kingdom Škoda UK Norway Andreas Mikkelsen Norway Ola Fløene M All
Germany Škoda Auto Deutschland Germany Mark Wallenwein Germany Stefan Kopczyk M 1, 7–8, 11
Germany Matthias Kahle Germany Peter Göbel M 7–8, 10–11
Finland TGS Worldwide OÜ Finland Toni Gardemeister Finland Tapio Suominen H 2–5, 7–10
Sweden Škoda Sweden Sweden Patrik Sandell Sweden Staffan Parmander M 3–4
P 6–7, 10–11
Estonia ME3 Rally Team Estonia Karl Kruuda Estonia Martin Järveoja M 4–5, 7–11
Belgium Autostal Duindistel Belgium Bernd Casier Belgium Francis Caesemaeker M 5
Netherlands Wevers Sport Netherlands Hans Weijs Belgium Bjorn Degandt BF 5
Netherlands Mark van Eldik Belgium Robin Buysmans BF 5
Netherlands Edwin Schilt Netherlands Lisette Bakker BF 5
United Kingdom Simpsons Škoda United Kingdom Jonathan Greer United Kingdom Dai Roberts P 5, 10
Republic of Ireland Škoda Ireland Republic of Ireland Robert Barrable Republic of Ireland Damien Connolly P 5
M 7, 10
Czech Republic Adell Mogul Racing Team Czech Republic Roman Kresta Czech Republic Petr Gross M 7
Hungary Škoda Rally Team Hungaria Hungary Norbert Herczig Hungary Kálmán Benics M 8
Austria Red Bull Škoda Germany Hermann Gassner Germany Timo Gottschalk M 8
Belgium René Georges Motorsport Turkey Burcu Çetinkaya Turkey Çiçek Güney Y 10–11
France Peugeot France Peugeot Peugeot 207 S2000 Norway Petter Solberg United Kingdom Chris Patterson M 1
France Bryan Bouffier France Xavier Panseri M 1–10
France Stéphane Sarrazin France Jacques-Julien Renucci M 1
France Enjolras Sport France François Delecour France Dominique Savignoni M 1, 3
United Kingdom Peugeot UK United Kingdom Guy Wilks United Kingdom Phil Pugh M 1–10
Italy Astra Racing Finland Toni Gardemeister Finland Tomi Tuominen M 1
Portugal Peugeot Sport Portugal Portugal Bruno Magalhães Portugal Paulo Grave M 1–3, 5–6, 8–9
Italy Friulmotor Italy Giandomenico Basso Italy Mitia Dotta M 1
Belgium Peugeot Team Belux Belgium Thierry Neuville France Nicolas Klinger M 1
Belgium Nicolas Gilsoul 2–5, 7–11
Italy Kimera Motorsport Italy Luca Betti Italy Alessandro Mattioda M 1
Italy Maurizio Barone 5, 7
Italy Munaretto Sport Italy Max Settembrini Italy Corrado Bonato M 1–3
Italy David Boselli 9
Italy Marco Tempestini Romania Dorin Pulpea M 1, 4, 8
France Pierre Campana France Sabrina De Castelli M 3, 5, 9
Cyprus Doros Loucaides Cyprus Costas Laos M 11
Spain AMP Classic Team Spain Jonathan Pérez Spain Enrique Velasco M 2
Saudi Arabia Yazeed Al Rajhi Team Saudi Arabia Yazeed Al Rajhi France Mathieu Baumel M 3
Belgium Kronos Racing Belgium Pieter Tsjoen Belgium Lara Vanneste M 5
Czech Republic Peugeot Delimax Czech National Team Czech Republic Pavel Valoušek Czech Republic Zdeněk Hrůza M 7
Hungary Peugeot Total Hungária Rallye Team Hungary János Tóth Hungary Róbert Tagai M 8
Italy National Proklama Italy Alessandro Perico Italy Fabrizio Carrara P 9
Norway Petter Solberg World Rally Team M-Sport Ford Fiesta S2000 Norway Henning Solberg Austria Ilka Minor M 1
France Team Emap Yacco France Julien Maurin France Olivier Ural M 1, 3, 5–6
Ukraine AT Rally Team Ukraine Oleksiy Tamrazov Ukraine Ivan German M 3–4, 7
Poland Cersanit Rally Team Poland Michał Sołowow Poland Maciek Baran P 5, 7
Republic of Ireland Craig Breen Rallying Republic of Ireland Craig Breen United Kingdom Gareth Roberts P 7, 10
Hungary Synergon Turán Motorsport Hungary Frigyes Turán Hungary Gábor Zsiros M 8
Italy Car Racing Italy Umberto Scandola Italy Guido D'Amore M 9
United Kingdom M-Sport United Kingdom Alastair Fisher United Kingdom Daniel Barritt P 10
Qatar Barwa World Rally Team Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah Italy Giovanni Bernacchini P 11
Malaysia Proton Motorsport Proton Proton Satria Neo S2000 Sweden Per-Gunnar Andersson Sweden Emil Axelsson M 1–2, 4–5, 7–8, 10
Australia Chris Atkinson Belgium Stéphane Prévot M 1, 9
Italy Giandomenico Basso Italy Mitia Dotta M 2, 4–5, 7–9
Ukraine Oleksandr Saliuk Ukraine Evgen Chervonenko M 4
United Kingdom Alister McRae Australia Bill Hayes M 10
Poland Dytko Sport Ralliart Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Austria Andreas Aigner Austria Daniela Ertl M 1
Portugal Amarante Rally Team Portugal Vítor Pascoal Portugal Luis Ramalho M 6
Portugal Team Além Mar Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX Portugal Ricardo Moura Portugal Sancho Eiró M 6
United Kingdom David Bogie Rallying United Kingdom David Bogie United Kingdom Kevin Rae P 10
Finland Sonax Racing Finland Jarkko Nikara Finland Petri Nikara Y 10
Cyprus Nicos Thomas Racing Cyprus Nicos Thomas Cyprus Angelos Loizides M 11
Netherlands Heuvel Motor Sport Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X R4 Netherlands Jasper van den Heuvel Netherlands Martine Kolman P 5
Czech Republic EuroOil Čepro Czech National Team Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX R4 Czech Republic Václav Pech Czech Republic Petr Uhel M 7
Hungary Martevo Kft. Hungary György Aschenbrenner Hungary Zsuzsa Pikó Y 8
Japan Team Arai Subaru Subaru Impreza R4 Japan Toshihiro Arai Australia Dale Moscatt Y 3, 6, 8, 10–11
Japan Advan Team Nutahara Japan Fumio Nutahara Japan Hakaru Ichino Y 6–7, 10
Italy National Proklama Abarth Abarth Grande Punto S2000 Italy Luca Rossetti Italy Matteo Chiarcossi M 5

Results[edit]

Round Rally name Podium finishers
Rank Driver Car Time
1 Monaco/France 79è Rallye Monte-Carlo
(19–22 January) — Results and report
1 France Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 3:32:55.6
2 Belgium Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 3:33:28.1
3 United Kingdom Guy Wilks Peugeot 207 S2000 3:34:15.3
2 Spain Rally Islas Canarias Trofeo El Corte Inglés
(14–16 April) — Results and report
1 Finland Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 1:40:38.1
2 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 1:40:39.6
3 Belgium Thierry Neuville Peugeot 207 S2000 1:40:46.3
3 France Tour de Corse
(12–14 May) — Results and report
1 Belgium Thierry Neuville Peugeot 207 S2000 3:20:51.0
2 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 3:21:06.5
3 Belgium Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 3:21:53.6
4 Ukraine Prime Yalta Rally
(2–4 June) — Results and report
1 Finland Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:54:14.0
2 France Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 2:54:25.7
3 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:54:52.7
5 Belgium Belgium Ypres Westhoek Rally
(23–25 June) — Results and report
1 Belgium Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 2:40:03.9
2 Netherlands Hans Weijs Škoda Fabia S2000 2:44:00.8
3 Poland Michał Sołowow Ford Fiesta S2000 2:46:10.7
6 Portugal SATA Rallye Açores
(14–16 July) — Results and report
1 Finland Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:19:03.8
2 Norway Andreas Mikkelsen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:19:46.1
3 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:20:49.8
7 Czech Republic Barum Rally Zlín
(26–28 August) — Results and report
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:15:51.7
2 Belgium Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 2:15:52.9
3 Finland Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:16:29.1
8 Hungary Mecsek Rallye
(9–11 September) — Results and report
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:00:06.7
2 Belgium Thierry Neuville Peugeot 207 S2000 2:00:07.5
3 Belgium Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 2:01:06.7
9 Italy Rallye Sanremo
(22–24 September) — Results and report
1 Belgium Thierry Neuville Peugeot 207 S2000 2:19:57.8
2 Norway Andreas Mikkelsen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:19:59.3
3 France Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 2:20:13.8
10 United Kingdom Rally Scotland
(7–9 October) — Results and report
1 Norway Andreas Mikkelsen Škoda Fabia S2000 1:55:17.2
2 Finland Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 1:55:43.6
3 France Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 1:56:52.5
11 Cyprus Cyprus Rally
(3–5 November) — Results and report
1 Norway Andreas Mikkelsen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:25:18.5
2 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:26:59.0
3 Sweden Patrik Sandell Škoda Fabia S2000 2:28:13.3

Standings[edit]

Drivers[edit]

  • Only the best seven scores from each driver count towards the championship.
Pos Driver MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Total   Drop   Pts 
1 Norway Andreas Mikkelsen Ret 6 6 4 Ret 2 5 Ret 2 1 1 161.5 8 153.5
2 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký 8 2 2 3 DNS 3 1 1 4 5 2 183 31 152
3 Finland Juho Hänninen 6 1 1 1 3 2 16 125 125
4 Belgium Freddy Loix 2 4 3 1 2 3 Ret 5 123 123
5 Belgium Thierry Neuville Ret 3 1 6 Ret 4 2 1 6 Ret 115 115
6 France Bryan Bouffier 1 8 Ret 2 DSQ 4 Ret 4 3 3 110.5 110.5
7 United Kingdom Guy Wilks 3 5 Ret 5 5 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 47 47
8 Sweden Patrik Sandell 9 9 5 12 Ret 3 44 44
9 Finland Toni Gardemeister 10 12 8 7 7 6 7 9 7 45 2 43
10 Estonia Karl Kruuda 8 5 10 11 Ret 13 4 39 39
11 Portugal Bruno Magalhães Ret 9 5 Ret Ret 9 5 26 26
12 Republic of Ireland Craig Breen 7 4 24 24
13 Netherlands Hans Weijs 2 18 18
14 Germany Matthias Kahle 19 19 10 6 17.5 17.5
15 France Pierre Campana 14 4 8 16 16
16 Poland Michał Sołowow 3 11 15 15
17 Japan Toshi Arai 13 Ret 18 9 7 15 15
18 France Stéphane Sarrazin 4 12 12
19 France François Delecour 5 10 10
Germany Hermann Gassner 5 10 10
21 Portugal Ricardo Moura 6 8 8
Hungary György Aschenbrenner 6 8 8
Italy Alessandro Perico 6 8 8
24 Germany Mark Wallenwein 21 18 14 8 8 8
25 France Julien Maurin 12 7 11 Ret 7 7
26 France Nicolas Vouilloz 7 6 6
Portugal Vítor Lopes 7 6 6
Italy Umberto Scandola 7 6 6
29 Italy Luca Rossetti 8 6 6
United Kingdom Alastair Fisher 8 6 6
31 Italy Giandomenico Basso 9 11 Ret Ret 13 Ret 10 5 5
32 Portugal Vítor Pascoal 8 4 4
Czech Republic Roman Kresta 8 4 4
Hungary Róbert Bútor 8 4 4
35 Netherlands Bernhard ten Brinke 9 4 4
36 Cyprus Doros Loucaides 10 4 4
37 Sweden Per-Gunnar Andersson Ret 24 Ret 19 9 Ret Ret 2 2
38 Portugal Sérgio Silva 9 2 2
39 Republic of Ireland Robert Barrable 10 DSQ 16 2 2
40 Cyprus Charalambos Timotheou 11 2 2
41 France Jean-Mathieu Leandri 10 1 1
Austria Beppo Harrach 10 1 1
43 Japan Fumio Nutahara 11 Ret 15 1 1
44 Hungary János Puskádi 23 12 Ret 28 20 24 1 1
Pos Driver MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Total   Drop   Pts 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Black Excluded (EX)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Withdrew entry before the event (WD)

Manufacturers[edit]

  • Only the best seven scores from each manufacturer count towards the championship.
Pos Manufacturer MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Total   Drop   Pts 
1 Czech Republic Škoda 30 43 33 40 43 43 43 40 30 64.5 86 495.5 133 362.5
2 France Peugeot 40 27 37 30 16 19 15 30 40 37.5 24 315.5 74 241.5
3 Japan Subaru 14 4 14 1 0 16 2 10 6 15 42 124 7 117
4 United Kingdom M-Sport 10 3 10 4 23 0 20 0 10 30 0 110 3 107
5 Japan Ralliart 6 0 0 10 8 20 5 18 6 1.5 36 110.5 6.5 104
6 Japan Honda 0 8 4 16 0 0 0 3 0 3 12 46 46
7 Malaysia Proton 0 16 0 0 1 0 16 0 8 0 0 41 41
8 Italy Abarth 1 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 15 15
Pos Manufacturer MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Total   Drop   Pts 

2WD Cup drivers' standings[edit]

  • Only the best seven scores from each driver count towards the championship.
Pos Driver MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Pts 
1 France Jean-Michel Raoux 7 Ret 1 2 3 7 14 Ret 1 120
2 Italy Stefano Albertini 3 Ret 1 1 2 2 119
3 Hungary János Puskádi 9 3 Ret 6 3 4 71.5
4 Estonia Martin Kangur Ret 6 11 6 Ret Ret 1 53.5
5 France Pierre-Antoine Guglielmi 1 3 40
6 Cyprus Andreas Charalambous 3 30
7 United Kingdom John MacCrone 2 27
8 Belgium Kris Princen Ret 1 25
9 France Pierre Campana 1 25
Spain Joan Vinyes 1 25
Portugal Paulo Maciel 1 25
Italy Davide Medici 1 25
13 France Eric Mauffrey 4 Ret 5 Ret 22
14 Cyprus Doros Constantinou 5 20
15 Romania Vlad Cosma 2 18 18
16 Switzerland Michaël Burri 2 18
Spain Gorka Antxustegi 2 18
France Guy Fiori 2 18
Republic of Ireland Tommy Doyle 2 18
Czech Republic Václav Dunovský 2 18
Hungary Menyhért Krózser 2 18
22 United Kingdom Ruary MacLeod 4 18
23 United Kingdom Harry Hunt 20 6 6 Ret Ret 9 Ret Ret 18
24 France Renaud Poutout 3 15
Spain Angel Marrero 3 15
Belgium Kevin Demaerschalk 3 15
Portugal Carlos Costa 3 15
Hungary Sasa Ollé 3 15
29 United Kingdom Tony Jardine Ret 5 15
30 Spain Raul Quesada 4 12
France Jean-Paul Villa 4 12
Georgia (country) Archil Bidzinashvili 4 12
Netherlands Kevin Abbring 4 12
Portugal Tiago Mota 4 12
Czech Republic Petr Zedník 4 12
Hungary Zsolt Szíjj 4 12
Italy Roberto Vescovi 4 12
38 Bulgaria Ekaterina Stratieva 5 Ret 10
39 France Adrien Tambay 5 10
Spain Enrique Cruz 5 10
France Pierre Quilici 5 10
Belgium Xavier Baugnet 5 10
Portugal Olavo Esteves 5 10
Hungary Szabolcs Várkonyi 5 10
Belgium Cedric Cherain 5 10
46 Italy Andrea Crugnola 6 8
Belgium Claudie Tanghe 6 8
Portugal Joaquim Pacheco 6 8
Italy Andrea Cortinovis 6 8
50 Czech Republic Petr Brynda 7 10 Ret Ret 7
51 Spain Enrique García Ojeda 7 6
Lithuania Giedrius Kriptavičius 7 6
Belgium Nicolas Damsin 7 6
Portugal João Faria 7 6
Hungary Zsolt Pénzes 7 6
Italy Alex Vittalini 7 6
57 Belgium Renaud Bronkart 8 27 4
58 Greece Dimitrios Amaxopoulos 8 4
Italy Alessandro Barchiesi 8 4
France Stéphane Rovina 8 4
Ukraine Vadim Trutnyev 8 4
Belgium Davy Vanneste 8 4
Czech Republic Lubomír Minařík 8 4
Italy Matteo Brunello 8 4
65 France Lilian Vialle 9 2
Spain Miguel Arias 9 2
Belgium Vincent Verschueren 9 2
Poland Jarosław Kołtun 9 2
69 France Christophe Fontaine 10 1
Spain Rubén Gracia 10 1
France Franck Amaudru 10 1
Czech Republic Milan Kneifel 10 1
Italy Elwis Chentre 10 1
Pos Driver MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Pts 

2WD Cup manufacturers' standings[edit]

  • Only the best seven scores from each manufacturer count towards the championship.
Pos Manufacturer MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Total   Drop   Pts 
1 Japan Honda 12 37 18 43 15 0 33 43 0 60 86 347 27 320
2 United Kingdom M-Sport 0 33 0 15 43 0 25 0 0 45 0 161 161
3 France Peugeot 35 18 37 12 10 25 12 0 0 0 0 149 149
4 Italy Abarth 33 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 27 0 0 85 85
5 Czech Republic Škoda 0 0 0 0 12 0 18 0 43 0 0 73 73
Pos Manufacturer MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Total   Drop   Pts 

Production Cup drivers' standings[edit]

  • Only the best seven scores from each driver count towards the championship.
Pos Driver MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Pts 
1 Japan Toshi Arai 2 Ret 7 1 1 111.5
2 Switzerland Florian Gonon 1 1 Ret 1 75
3 Italy Marco Caviglioli 15 10 2 4 Ret 37
4 Cyprus Charalambos Timotheou 2 36
5 Japan Fumio Nutahara 5 Ret 3 32.5
6 Cyprus Savvas Savva 3 30
7 Ukraine Volodymyr Pechenyk 1 10 27
8 United Kingdom Jason Pritchard 2 27
9 Spain Jose Barrios 1 25
Belgium Jonas Langenakens 1 25
Portugal Ricardo Moura 1 25
Czech Republic Jaroslav Orsák 1 25
Hungary György Aschenbrenner 1 25
14 Czech Republic Vojtěch Štajf 2 7 24
15 Cyprus Constantinos Tingirides 4 24
16 Republic of Ireland Eamonn Boland 6 Ret 3 23
17 Cyprus Panayiotis Yiangou 5 20
18 Ukraine Yuriy Shapovalov 2 18
Belgium Anthony Martin 2 18
Portugal Vítor Lopes 2 18
Czech Republic Daniel Běhálek 2 18
Austria Beppo Harrach 2 18
23 Cyprus Michalis Posedias 6 16
24 Italy Giacomo Ogliari 3 15
Ukraine Anton Kuzmenko 3 15
Netherlands Jasper van den Heuvel 3 15
Portugal Vítor Pascoal 3 15
Czech Republic Martin Bujáček 3 15
Hungary Dávid Botka 3 15
30 Kazakhstan Arman Smailov 5 15
31 Italy Maurizio Verini 4 12
Belarus Yukhym Vazheyevskyy 4 12
Belgium Andy Lefevere 4 12
Portugal Sérgio Silva 4 12
Czech Republic Václav Arazim 4 12
Hungary László Ranga 4 12
Italy Corrado Perino 4 12
38 Hungary Mihály Matics 8 6 12
39 Cyprus Costas Zenonos 7 12
40 France Claude Carret 5 10
Ukraine Yevgen Konopellkin 5 10
Belgium Philip Barbier 5 10
Czech Republic Jaromír Tarabus 5 10
Hungary István Pethő 5 10
45 Georgia (country) Alexander Lomadze 6 8
Belgium Kris Cools 6 8
Portugal José Paula 6 8
Czech Republic Milan Pantálek 6 8
49 Cyprus Phivos Nicolaou 8 8
50 France Herve Knapick 7 6
United Kingdom Neil McCance 7 6
52 Hungary László Vizin 9 9 6
53 France Miguel Baudoin 8 4
Belgium Bruno Parmentier 8 4
Hungary András Hadik 8 4
56 France Rémi Tosello 9 2
Netherlands Michael Eckhaus 9 2
Czech Republic Richard Kirnig 9 2
59 France Pierre Bos 10 1
Netherlands Roy Clijnk 10 1
Czech Republic Petr Trnovec 10 1
Pos Driver MON
Monaco
CAN
Spain
COR
France
YAL
Ukraine
YPR
Belgium
AZO
Portugal
ZLI
Czech Republic
MEC
Hungary
SAN
Italy
SCO
United Kingdom
CYP
Cyprus
 Pts 

References[edit]

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