2014 FIM CEV Moto3 series season

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2014 FIM CEV International Moto3 Championship season
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The 2014 FIM CEV International Moto3 Championship season will be the 3rd CEV Moto3 series season and the first under the FIM banner. 14 year old Fabio Quartararo will be defending his title after changing teams to the Junior Estrella Galicia 0,0 team run by 1999 125cc World Champion Emilio Alzamora. With 2013 title contenders Alejandro Medina and Bryan Schouten moving on, it opens up the grid for new emerging stars.

Calendar[edit]

2014 Calendar
Round Date Circuit Pole Position Fastest Lap Race Winner Sources
1 6 April Spain Jerez France Fabio Quartararo Spain María Herrera France Fabio Quartararo
Italy Luca Marini Spain María Herrera
2 17 May France Le Mans Spain Gabriel Rodrigo Italy Andrea Migno France Fabio Quartararo
3 8 June Spain Aragon France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo
4 22 June Spain Catalunya France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo
France Fabio Quartararo France Fabio Quartararo
5 6 July Spain Albacete France Fabio Quartararo Spain Jorge Navarro Spain Jorge Navarro
6 7 September Spain Navarra
7 2 November Portugal Portimao
8 16 November Spain Valencia

Championship standings[edit]

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers. Rider has to finish the race to earn points.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pos Rider JER
Spain
LMS
France
ARA
Spain
CAT
Spain
ALB
Spain
NAV
Spain
POR
Portugal
VAL
Spain
Pts
1 France Fabio Quartararo 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 165
2 Spain Jorge Navarro 4 5 4 2 2 3 1 118
3 Japan Hiroki Ono 8 4 3 3 3 2 11 94
4 Italy Andrea Migno 6 3 5 4 6 6 5 81
5 Spain Gabriel Rodrigo 3 6 2 8 5 4 Ret 78
6 Spain María Herrera 2 1 Ret 6 Ret 8 9 70
7 Spain Marcos Ramirez 5 Ret 6 5 4 7 7 63
8 Italy Stefano Manzi 20 10 12 10 8 12 4 41
9 United Kingdom Bradley Ray Ret 13 7 9 11 9 8 39
10 Italy Nicolo Bulega 16 7 13 7 16 10 6 37
11 Australia Remy Gardner 12 11 14 17 10 14 3 35
12 Spain Albert Arenas 7 8 8 25
13 Netherlands Bo Bendsneyder 9 12 Ret 11 12 13 Ret 23
14 Belgium Loris Cresson Ret 29 17 13 9 11 12 21
15 Japan Takuma Kunimine 15 9 28 12 9 Ret Ret 19
16 Spain David Sanchis 28 26 9 20 17 5 Ret 18
17 Italy Luca Marini Ret 14 10 15 15 16 10 16
18 Andorra Xavi Cardelus 11 16 11 22 19 18 20 10
19 Germany Max Enderlein 10 Ret 20 Ret 25 24 Ret 6
20 Spain Adrián Martín Ret 13 17 13 6
21 Malaysia Ramdan Rosli 24 28 15 18 14 19 14 5
22 Spain Dani Saez 13 Ret 22 24 35 31 27 3
23 United Kingdom Wayne Ryan Ret DNS 14 22 21 17 2
24 Netherlands Jasper Iwema 14 17 24 2
25 Japan Suzuki Tatsuki 17 15 19 Ret 18 26 15 2
26 Spain Jorge Martin Ret 15 Ret 1
Spain Aron Canet 22 20 21 16 Ret Ret 16 0
France Simon Danilo 16 27 0
Malaysia Adam Norrodin 23 32 18 21 38 22 18 0
Australia Olly Simpson 18 18 29 25 0
Japan Soushi Mihara 19 19 25 33 30 22 0
Germany Jonas Geitner 21 25 26 Ret 21 20 19 0
Germany Maximillian Kappler Ret DNS 23 19 20 25 31 0
Spain Eduardo Alayon 21 0
Spain Aaron Polanco 30 21 26 29 Ret 24 0
Malaysia Hafiza Rofa 25 22 30 23 26 Ret 25 0
Japan Kenta Fujii 27 23 27 30 23 23 0
Italy Lorenzo Petrarca 34 32 23 0
Italy Davide Pizzoli 29 34 DNS 24 Ret 26 0
Austria Thomas Gradinger 26 24 28 31 Ret 28 0
Venezuela Edgar Gallipoli 35 30 Ret Ret 32 27 Ret 0
Spain Ferran Cardus 27 Ret 0
Germany Christoph Beinlich 32 27 31 33 Ret Ret 0
Italy Gabriele Ruju 34 37 30 28 Ret 0
Belgium Martin Vanhaeren 36 35 32 35 28 29 DNQ 0
Venezuela Marlon Velinda 34 Ret 33 32 DNS DNS 29 0
Netherlands Thomas van Leeuwen 38 36 Ret 31 0
Russia Makar Yurchenko 33 31 DNS 0
Spain Juan Bellever 31 33 Ret Ret Ret 0
Netherlands Jorel Boerboom DNS DNS DNS DNS 37 33 DNQ 0
Spain Borja Quero Ret Ret Ret 34 0
France Enzo De La Vega 35 0
Spain Juanjo Nuñez 36 0
Spain Vicente Pérez Ret 0
Netherlands Ernst Dubbink DNS DNS 0
France Enzo Boloum DNS 0
Pos Rider JER
Spain
LMS
France
ARA
Spain
CAT
Spain
ALB
Spain
NAV
Spain
POR
Portugal
VAL
Spain
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

Entry list[edit]

2014 Entry list
No. Rider Team Bike Rounds
2 Australia Remy Gardner Calvo Team KTM 1–5
6 Spain María Herrera Junior Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 Honda 1–5
7 Malaysia Adam Norrodin SIC-AJO KTM 1–5
8 Netherlands Jorel Boerboom RV Racing Suter 1–5
9 Spain Jorge Navarro Machado-Came Spain Ioda Honda 1–5
10 Spain David Sanchis Cuna de Campeones MIR KTM 1–5
11 Spain Albert Arenas TMR Mahindra Mahindra 1–2
13 Netherlands Jasper Iwema Team Machado FMT FTR Honda 1–2
16 Italy Andrea Migno Aspar-VR46 Team Kalex KTM 1–5
17 Venezuela Edgar Gallipoli Venezuela Racing Team Kalex KTM 1–5
18 Andorra Xavi Cardelus Cardelus-BST KTM 1–5
19 Spain Gabriel Rodrigo RBA Racing Team KTM 1–5
20 France Fabio Quartararo Junior Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 Honda 1–5
23 Venezuela Marlon Velinda Venezuela Racing Team Kalex KTM 1–5
24 Spain Marcos Ramirez Calvo Team KTM 1–5
26 Spain Dani Saez Salud en casa Sport Saez Team Suter Honda 1–5
27 Japan Takuma Kunimine PMU 7C TSR Honda 1–5
28 United Kingdom Bradley Ray KRP/FAB Racing FTR KTM 1–5
29 Spain Juanjo Nuñez Eulenstein-Beinlich-RTG FTR Honda 3
32 Spain Vicente Perez T. Machado-FAU55 FTR Honda 5
36 Germany Max Enderlein Fredeunberg ADAC Sachsen LZ KTM 1–5
38 Japan Suzuki Tatsuki PMS CIP Honda 1–5
40 Australia Lawson Walters Top Rider Australia KTM 1–5
42 Italy Stefano Manzi TMR Mahindra Mahindra 1–5
44 Spain Aron Canet Promoracing Honda 1–5
45 Australia Olly Simpson Olly Simpson Racing KTM 1–3
46 Italy Nicolo Bulega Calvo Team KTM 1–5
47 Spain Aaron Polanco Aspar-VR46 Team Kalex KTM 1, 3-5
49 Spain Borja Quero Larresport Honda Honda 1–3
50 Japan Hiroki Ono Honda Team Asia TSR Honda 1–5
51 Japan Kenta Fujii F.C.C. TSR Honda TSR Honda 1–4
56 Austria Thomas Gradinger Cofain Racing Team KTM 1, 3-5
61 Netherlands Ernst Dubbink Ernst Dubbink Racing Team Honda 1
62 Spain Adrián Martín RBA Racing Team KTM 3-5
64 Italy Gabriele Ruju Promoracing Honda 2–5
66 Spain Eduardo Alayon Larresport Honda Honda 5
69 United Kingdom Wayne Ryan Calvo Team KTM 1, 3-5
71 Netherlands Thomas van Leeuwen 71WorkX.com Racing Honda 1–3
72 Germany Christoph Beinlich Eulenstein-Beinlich-RTG FTR Honda 1–4
73 Italy Davide Pizzoli DVRacing-BZM KTM 1–5
74 Japan Soushi Mihara H43 TEAM BLUMAG KTM 1–2 4-5
76 Russia Makar Yurchenko RBA Racing Team KTM 1–2
77 Italy Lorenzo Petrarca Team Ciatti FTR Honda 4-5
79 Germany Maximillian Kappler Saxoprint RTG FTR Honda 1–5
81 Spain Jorge Martin TMR Mahindra Mahindra 4-5
82 Spain Juan Bellever Larresport FTR Honda 1, 3-4
84 Belgium Loris Cresson KRP FTR KTM 1–5
87 Spain Ferran Cardus RBA Racing Team KTM 4
88 Malaysia Hafiza Rofa SIC-Ajo KTM 1–5
90 France Enzo Boloum BMS Honda 2
91 Belgium Martin Vanhaeren H43 TEAM BLUMAG-TALASUR KTM 1–5
93 Malaysia Ramdan Rosli Team Petronas AHM Malaysia KTM 1–5
96 Germany Jonas Geitner Fredeunberg Racing Team KTM 1–5
97 Italy Luca Marini Aspar-VR46 Team Kalex KTM 1–5
99 Netherlands Bo Bendsneyder Dutch Racing Team FTR Honda 1–5

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