2013 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps season

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2013 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps season
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The 2013 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps season was the third year of the Formula Renault 2.0 Alps series, and the twelfth season of the former Swiss Formula Renault Championship. The championship began on 6 April at Vallelunga and finished on 6 October at Imola after fourteen races held at seven meetings.

Debutant Antonio Fuoco dominated the championship from the first round, clinching both the junior and overall championship titles with a race to spare.[1] Prema Powerteam drivers Luca Ghiotto and Bruno Bonifacio completed the top three in the drivers' standings, with the trio winning all fourteen races between them; Fuoco won six races, Ghiotto five and Bonifacio three. Ghiotto and Bonifacio also accrued enough points to win the teams title for Prema, with Fuoco's sister Prema Junior outfit finishing second.

Drivers and teams[edit]

Team No. Driver Rounds
France Tech 1 Racing[2] 1 Russia Ivan Taranov[3] 1, 3
2 Canada Luke Chudleigh[4] All
10 France Pierre Gasly[5] 1–2, 6
11 Russia Egor Orudzhev[4] All
12 France Matthieu Vaxivière[5] 1–2
51 Indonesia Philo Paz Patric Armand[6] 4, 7
Finland SMP Racing by Koiranen GP[2] 3 Estonia Hans Villemi[7] 1–6
7 Russia Nikita Zlobin[7] 1–2, 4–7
8 Russia Semen Evstigneev[7] All
9 Poland Alex Bosak[7] All
Italy Prema Junior 3 Estonia Hans Villemi[8] 7
30 Italy Antonio Fuoco[9] All
31 Australia Matthew Barry Solomon[10] 5
Finland Koiranen GP 4 Netherlands Nyck de Vries[5] 1–2, 6
5 United Kingdom Matt Parry[11] 7
6 Brazil Guilherme Silva[5] 1, 3, 6
Italy BVM Racing[12] 15 Italy Dario Capitanio[13] All
16 India Parth Ghorpade[14] All
Italy Viola Formula Racing[15] 18 Italy Daniele Cazzaniga[15] All
Italy Brixia Horse Power by Facondini Racing[2] 19 Italy Andrea Baiguera 2, 5–6
Austria Interwetten.com Racing Team[2] 20 Russia Konstantin Tereshchenko[16] All
21 Mexico Alejandro Abogado[16] 1–6
22 Portugal Francisco Mora[16] All
France ARTA Engineering[2] 23 Thailand Tanart Sathienthirakul[11] 7
24 France Joffrey De Narda[17] 1–5, 7
25 France Simon Gachet[18] All
26 France William Vermont[5] 1–2, 6
27 France Simon Tirman[5] 1–2, 4
Italy Prema Powerteam[19] 32 Italy Luca Ghiotto[20] All
33 Brazil Bruno Bonifacio[21] All
Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport[12] 35 Switzerland Kevin Jörg[22] All
36 Russia Denis Korneev[23] All
37 Germany Max Schaumburg-Lippe[23] 1–2
38 Singapore Andrew Tang[23] All
46 Argentina Marcos Siebert[24] 3
47 Switzerland Levin Amveg[24] 3
Italy GSK Grand Prix[2] 39 Italy Kevin Gilardoni[25] 1–5
42 Ukraine Danyil Pronenko[8] 7
88 Russia Dzhon Simonyan[26] All
Spain AV Formula 40 France Nicolas Jamin[24] 3
41 Norway Dennis Olsen[24] 3
Italy JD Motorsport 55 Poland Jakub Dalewski[27] 2–4, 7
56 Venezuela Juan Branger[27] 2, 4
Italy Team Torino Motorsport[2] 57 Australia Joshua Raneri[5] 1–3
58 Italy Alberto Di Folco[28] 1–2
Italy Euronova Racing[2] 70 Japan Ukyo Sasahara[29] All
71 United Kingdom Gregor Ramsay[30] All
72 Venezuela Javier Amado[31] 1–6
Italy TS Corse[2] 73 Italy Pietro Peccenini[5] All

Race calendar and results[edit]

The seven-event calendar for the 2013 season was announced on 25 October 2012.[32]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Junior Winner
1 R1 Italy ACI Vallelunga Circuit 6 April Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Italy Prema Powerteam Italy Antonio Fuoco
R2 7 April Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Prema Junior Italy Antonio Fuoco
2 R1 Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola 11 May Italy Antonio Fuoco France William Vermont Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Prema Junior Italy Antonio Fuoco
R2 12 May Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Prema Junior Italy Antonio Fuoco
3 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 8 June Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Italy Antonio Fuoco Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Italy Prema Powerteam Poland Jakub Dalewski
R2 9 June Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Prema Powerteam Italy Luca Ghiotto
4 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 6 July Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Prema Junior Italy Antonio Fuoco
R2 7 July Russia Egor Orudzhev Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Prema Powerteam Italy Luca Ghiotto
5 R1 Italy Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli 27 July Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Italy Luca Ghiotto Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Italy Prema Powerteam Italy Antonio Fuoco
R2 28 July Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Prema Powerteam Italy Luca Ghiotto
6 R1 Italy Mugello Circuit 7 September Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Prema Junior Italy Antonio Fuoco
R2 8 September Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Antonio Fuoco Italy Prema Junior Italy Antonio Fuoco
7 R1 Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola 5 October Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Prema Powerteam Italy Luca Ghiotto
R2 6 October Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Luca Ghiotto Italy Prema Powerteam Italy Luca Ghiotto

Championship standings[edit]

Drivers' Championship[edit]

Pos Driver VAL
Italy
IMO
Italy
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MIS
Italy
MUG
Italy
IMO
Italy
Points
1 Italy Antonio Fuoco 2 1 1 1 14 3 1 6 2 Ret 1 1 2 2 245
2 Italy Luca Ghiotto 5 2 6 6 Ret 1 3 1 11 1 3 5 1 1 211
3 Brazil Bruno Bonifacio 1 Ret 4 3 1 2 2 Ret 1 Ret 10 7 20 23 145
4 Switzerland Kevin Jörg 11 10 14 15 3 4 7 Ret 3 3 8 4 14 5 90
5 Russia Egor Orudzhev 14 26 9 11 Ret Ret 4 16 4 2 7 Ret 6 3 75
6 France Pierre Gasly 3 4 2 4 11 3 72
7 Estonia Hans Villemi Ret Ret 11 12 Ret 5 5 4 6 4 14 13 4 9 69
8 Netherlands Nyck de Vries 4 Ret 5 5 2 2 68
9 France William Vermont Ret 6 3 2 4 6 61
10 Poland Jakub Dalewski 7 8 2 7 12 10 Ret 4 47
11 Brazil Guilherme Silva 6 3 4 Ret 6 Ret 43
12 France Joffrey De Narda Ret Ret 31 17 8 14 6 2 16 9 8 13 38
13 Japan Ukyo Sasahara 8 8 21 18 7 16 15 15 8 6 9 8 23 21 32
14 France Simon Gachet 16 Ret 24 Ret 13 18 25 13 7 5 13 11 5 Ret 28
15 Russia Konstantin Tereshchenko 17 23 32 16 5 10 Ret 19 5 20 19 12 15 8 25
16 India Parth Ghorpade 9 Ret 27 28 11 9 17 12 15 11 5 9 25 6 24
17 France Simon Tirman 27 Ret 10 9 9 3 20
18 France Matthieu Vaxivière Ret 5 8 7 20
19 United Kingdom Gregor Ramsay 7 24 12 13 Ret Ret Ret 5 9 13 12 14 12 10 19
20 Singapore Andrew Tang 12 15 15 14 6 8 Ret 9 13 21 23 22 9 Ret 18
21 Italy Kevin Gilardoni 10 9 18 Ret 12 Ret 10 7 18 7 16
22 Italy Dario Capitanio Ret 7 13 20 16 12 8 Ret 12 Ret Ret 10 11 20 12
23 Argentina Marcos Siebert 9 6 10
24 Canada Luke Chudleigh 19 16 25 10 Ret 13 Ret 11 14 10 NC Ret 7 Ret 10
25 Russia Denis Korneev DNS Ret 22 22 21 15 16 20 17 8 15 15 16 7 10
26 Portugal Francisco Mora 15 13 Ret Ret 10 Ret 11 8 28 Ret 27 20 24 18 5
27 Russia Dzhon Simonyan 26 14 33 19 25 17 24 Ret 22 12 26 Ret 11 Ret 2
28 Italy Alberto Di Folco 18 11 17 24 0
29 Switzerland Levin Amweg 18 11 0
30 Poland Alex Bosak 23 17 26 Ret 19 21 18 Ret 25 15 20 17 17 12 0
31 Australia Joshua Raneri 21 12 Ret Ret WD WD 0
32 Mexico Alejandro Abogado 22 19 29 25 17 NC 13 DNS 24 Ret 24 21 0
33 Russia Semen Evstigneev Ret Ret Ret 26 22 20 19 Ret 27 19 25 Ret 13 20 0
34 Russia Ivan Taranov 13 25 20 19 0
35 Venezuela Javier Amado Ret 20 19 23 DNS DNS 14 14 19 Ret 21 16 0
36 Russia Nikita Zlobin 25 18 28 27 Ret 18 20 14 18 18 18 14 0
37 Norway Dennis Olsen 15 Ret 0
38 Italy Andrea Baiguera 20 29 26 17 16 Ret 0
39 Italy Daniele Cazzaniga 28 21 Ret 21 23 22 20 Ret 21 18 22 Ret 21 16 0
40 Venezuela Juan Branger 16 Ret 23 Ret 0
41 Italy Pietro Peccenini 24 22 30 Ret 24 23 22 17 23 22 17 19 19 19 0
42 Germany Max Schaumburg-Lippe 20 Ret 23 Ret 0
France Nicolas Jamin DNS DNS 0
Guest drivers ineligible for points
United Kingdom Matt Parry 3 15 0
Australia Matthew Barry Solomon 10 16 0
Thailand Tanart Sathienthirakul Ret 11 0
Ukraine Danyil Pronenko Ret 17 0
Indonesia Philo Paz Patric Armand 21 Ret 22 Ret 0
Pos Driver VAL
Italy
IMO
Italy
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MIS
Italy
MUG
Italy
IMO
Italy
Points
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)
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)

Juniors' championship[edit]

Pos Driver VAL
Italy
IMO
Italy
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MIS
Italy
MUG
Italy
IMO
Italy
Points
1 Italy Antonio Fuoco 2 1 1 1 14 3 1 6 2 Ret 1 1 2 2 268
2 Italy Luca Ghiotto 5 2 6 6 Ret 1 3 1 11 1 3 5 1 1 228
3 Switzerland Kevin Jörg 11 10 14 15 3 4 7 Ret 3 3 8 4 14 5 123
4 Russia Egor Orudzhev 14 26 9 11 Ret Ret 4 16 4 2 7 Ret 6 3 105
5 Estonia Hans Villemi Ret Ret 11 12 Ret 5 5 4 6 4 14 13 4 9 97
6 France Pierre Gasly 3 4 2 4 10 3 90
7 Netherlands Nyck de Vries 4 Ret 5 5 2 2 81
8 Japan Ukyo Sasahara 8 8 21 18 7 16 15 15 8 6 9 8 23 21 72
9 Poland Jakub Dalewski 7 8 2 7 12 10 Ret 4 70
10 France Joffrey De Narda Ret Ret 31 17 8 14 6 2 16 9 8 13 68
11 United Kingdom Gregor Ramsay 7 24 12 13 Ret Ret Ret 5 9 13 12 14 12 10 56
12 Italy Dario Capitanio Ret 7 13 20 16 12 8 Ret 12 Ret Ret 10 11 20 45
13 France Simon Tirman 27 Ret 10 9 9 3 33
14 Portugal Francisco Mora 15 13 Ret Ret 10 Ret 11 8 28 Ret 27 20 24 18 23
15 Argentina Marcos Siebert 9 6 20
16 Russia Nikita Zlobin 25 18 28 27 Ret 18 20 14 18 18 18 14 10
17 Russia Semen Evstigneev Ret Ret Ret 26 22 20 19 Ret 27 19 25 Ret 13 20 8
18 Italy Alberto Di Folco 18 11 17 24 7
19 Venezuela Javier Amado Ret 20 19 23 DNS DNS 14 14 19 Ret 21 16 4
20 Norway Dennis Olsen 15 Ret 4
Germany Max Schaumburg-Lippe 20 Ret 23 Ret 0
Venezuela Juan Branger 16 Ret 23 Ret 0
Indonesia Philo Paz Patric Armand 21 Ret 22 Ret 0
Pos Driver VAL
Italy
IMO
Italy
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MIS
Italy
MUG
Italy
IMO
Italy
Points

Teams' championship[edit]

Prior to each round of the championship, two drivers from each team – if applicable – are nominated to score teams' championship points.[33]

Pos Team Points
1 Italy Prema Powerteam 355
2 Italy Prema Junior 219
3 France Tech 1 Racing 174
4 France ARTA Engineering 144
5 Finland Koiranen GP 111
6 Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport 108
7 Finland SMP Racing by Koiranen GP 52
8 Italy Euronova Racing 51
9 Italy JD Motorsport 47
10 Italy BVM Racing 36
11 Austria Interwetten.com Racing Team 30
12 Italy GSK Grand Prix 18
Italy Torino Motorsport 0
Italy TS Corse 0
Italy Viola Formula Racing 0
Spain AV Formula 0

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