2014 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps season

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2014 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps season
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The 2014 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps season is the fourth year of the Formula Renault 2.0 Alps series, and the thirteenth season of the former Swiss Formula Renault Championship. The championship began on 5 April at Imola and will finish on 5 October at Jerez after fourteen races held at seven meetings.[1]

Drivers and teams[edit]

Team No. Driver Rounds
Italy Prema Powerteam[2] 1 Poland Alex Bosak[3] 1–6
2 Singapore Andrew Tang[4] 1
60 Brazil Bruno Bonifacio[4] 1, 6
61 Estonia Hans Villemi[4] 1, 6
62 Norway Dennis Olsen[4] 1, 6
France Tech 1 Racing[5] 3 Canada Luke Chudleigh[5] 1–6
4 Switzerland Hugo de Sadeleer[6] 1–6
21 Indonesia Philo Paz Patric Armand[6] 1–6
29 Malaysia Akash Nandy[6] 1–6
51 France Anthoine Hubert[4] 1, 6
52 Russia Vasily Romanov[4] 1, 6
53 Russia Egor Orudzhev[4] 1, 6
France Arta Engineering[7] 5 France Simon Gachet[8] 1–6
6 Australia James Allen[8] 1–6
Finland Koiranen GP[2] 7 Russia Mikhail Tarasov[9] 1–2
8 China Kang Ling[10] 1–2, 4
9 Russia Vitaly Larionov[9] 1–2
10 United Kingdom George Russell[4] 1–6
19 Netherlands Nyck de Vries[11] 1–6
70 China Hong Li Ye[10] 1, 4–6
78 Italy Ignazio D'Agosto[12] 3
China Bo Yuan[13] 4–5
Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport[7] 11 Russia Denis Korneev[14] 1–3
12 Germany Marek Böckmann[14] 1–6
13 China Bo Yuan[15] 1
14 Russia Dennis Anoschin[14] 1–3
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports[16] 15 Croatia Martin Kodrić[17] 1–6
16 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua[18] 1–6
17 Monaco Charles Leclerc[16] 1–6
18 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat[19] 2, 4–5
United Kingdom Sebastian Morris[4] 1
38 4
57 United Kingdom Matt Parry[20] 1, 6
58 United Kingdom Jack Aitken[4] 1, 5–6
59 Estonia Martin Rump[4] 1
72 Mexico Jorge Cevallos[21] 4, 6
United Kingdom MGR Motorsport[13] 22 Brazil Pietro Fittipaldi[13] 4–6
Italy JD Motorsport[22] 25 Russia Matevos Isaakyan[23] 1–6
26 Russia Denis Korneev[13] 4–6
Italy BVM Racing[24] 27 Italy Dario Capitanio[24] 1–6
28 Russia Semen Evstigneev[4] 1–6
42 Ukraine Danylo Pronenko[25] 5–6
Italy Cram Motorsport[22] 32 Italy Alessio Rovera[26] 1–6
33 Austria Stefan Riener[27] 4–6
Austria China BRT by JCS[7] 35 New Zealand Nick Cassidy[28] 1
36 Switzerland Mathéo Tuscher[4] 1
37 China Sun Zheng[4] 1, 4–5
Italy Brixia Horse Power 39 Italy Andrea Baiguera[29] 6
Slovenia AS Motorsport by GSK[22] 42 Ukraine Danylo Pronenko[30] 1–4
Italy GSK Grand Prix[31] 45 Italy Daniele Cazzaniga[12] 3–6
96 Italy Matteo Cairoli[31] 1
Italy TS Corse[7] 63 Italy Matteo Gonfiantini[32] 1–6
73 Italy Pietro Peccenini[7] 1–6
United Kingdom Mark Burdett Motorsport[13] 66 United Kingdom Raoul Owens[13] 4

Race calendar and results[edit]

The seven-event calendar for the 2014 season was announced on 28 November 2013.[1] As in 2012, only three rounds will be held in Italy (Monza, Imola and Mugello), versus six in 2013. The four rounds outside Italy will consist of races at the Pau Grand Prix, the Red Bull Ring, Spa-Francorchamps and – for the first time – Jerez.

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Junior Winner
1 R1 Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola 5 April Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Finland Koiranen GP United Kingdom George Russell
R2 6 April Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Finland Koiranen GP United Kingdom George Russell
2 R1 France Pau Circuit, Pau 10 May Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R2 11 May Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Finland Koiranen GP Monaco Charles Leclerc
3 R1 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 24 May Russia Matevos Isaakyan[N 1] Netherlands Nyck de Vries Russia Matevos Isaakyan Italy JD Motorsport Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R2 25 May Russia Matevos Isaakyan[N 1] Russia Semen Evstigneev Russia Matevos Isaakyan Italy JD Motorsport Russia Matevos Isaakyan
4 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 7 June Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R2 8 June Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
5 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 5 July Austria Stefan Riener Austria Stefan Riener Monaco Charles Leclerc United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports Monaco Charles Leclerc
R2 6 July Monaco Charles Leclerc United Kingdom Jack Aitken Monaco Charles Leclerc United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports Monaco Charles Leclerc
6 R1 Italy Mugello Circuit 6 September Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Finland Koiranen GP Monaco Charles Leclerc
R2 7 September Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries Finland Koiranen GP Monaco Charles Leclerc
7 R1 Spain Circuito de Jerez 5 October
R2

Championship standings[edit]

Drivers' Championship[edit]

Pos Driver IMO
Italy
PAU
France
RBR
Austria
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MUG
Italy
JER
Spain
Points
1 Netherlands Nyck de Vries 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 4 6 1 1 250
2 Monaco Charles Leclerc Ret Ret 6 2 4 4 3 3 1 1 2 2 166
3 Russia Matevos Isaakyan [N 2] 2 Ret 1 1 2 2 Ret 2 7 3 147
4 United Kingdom George Russell 6 9 4 Ret 2 5 8 7 WD WD 5 7 101
5 France Simon Gachet 3 3 3 8 11 7 23 Ret Ret 7 32 18 68
6 Italy Alessio Rovera Ret 20 17 Ret 6 2 14 8 2 3 20 23 65
7 Italy Dario Capitanio Ret 14 10 6 8 8 DSQ 6 11 4 15 10 54
8 Canada Luke Chudleigh Ret Ret 8 Ret 5 9 4 Ret 6 DNS 19 21 36
9 Brazil Pietro Fittipaldi Ret 13 12 5 4 8 35
10 Malaysia Akash Nandy 17 15 7 Ret 21 12 5 10 8 Ret 13 12 33
11 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat 5 Ret Ret 4 5 21 32
12 United Kingdom Sebastian Morris 12 6 6 Ret 31
13 Poland Alex Bosak 14 13 9 Ret 9 6 27 9 10 11 21 20 30
14 Switzerland Hugo De Sadeleer 18 Ret 11 3 19 17 19 26 Ret Ret 12 11 27
15 Austria Stefan Riener 20 Ret 3 Ret 9 14 25
16 Singapore Andrew Tang 8 7 24
17 Russia Denis Korneev 11 11 15 9 Ret 11 9 12 Ret Ret 14 33 24
18 Indonesia Philo Paz Patric Armand 21 22 Ret 4 14 Ret 7 11 Ret 8 24 28 23
19 Croatia Martin Kodric 27 16 12 5 Ret 10 24 17 7 20 18 Ret 18
20 Germany Marek Böckmann 13 26 Ret Ret 12 16 10 24 19 13 23 15 8
21 Russia Semen Evstigneev Ret Ret 16 7 13 21 DSQ DNS 13 19 17 16 6
22 Italy Matteo Gonfantini 22 Ret 19 10 16 18 12 15 9 10 26 30 5
23 Australia James Allen 20 24 13 Ret 10 19 Ret 22 Ret 16 30 29 2
24 Russia Dennis Anoshin 15 18 22 Ret 18 13 2
25 Italy Pietro Peccenini Ret 28 21 11 20 20 18 23 18 18 31 31 0
26 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua 23 17 18 Ret 17 14 DSQ 14 15 14 33 22 0
27 Italy Daniele Cazzaniga 15 Ret 17 21 14 Ret 25 26 0
28 China Kang Ling 25 21 14 Ret 15 18 0
29 Ukraine Danylo Pronenko Ret Ret 20 Ret DNS 15 22 27 16 15 27 32 0
30 China Sun Zheng DNS DNS 16 20 Ret 17 0
31 China Bo Yuan Ret 23 21 25 Ret Ret 0
32 Russia Mikhail Tarasov 26 29 WD WD 0
33 New Zealand Nick Cassidy Ret 30 0
Russia Vitaly Larionov Ret Ret WD WD 0
Italy Matteo Cairoli Ret DNS 0
Switzerland Mathéo Tuscher WD WD 0
Guest drivers ineligible for points
Brazil Bruno Bonifacio 2 2 3 4 0
United Kingdom Jack Aitken 4 4 Ret 12 34 19 0
Norway Dennis Olsen 5 8 8 5 0
Estonia Hans Villemi 7 5 16 24 0
United Kingdom Raoul Owens Ret 5 0
France Anthoine Hubert 10 10 6 9 0
Russia Egor Orudzhev 16 Ret 10 6 0
Italy Ignazio D'Agosto 7 22 0
United Kingdom Matt Parry 9 25 11 13 0
China Hong Li Ye 19 19 13 16 17 9 28 17 0
Mexico Jorge Cevallos 11 19 WD WD 0
Estonia Martin Rump Ret 12 0
Russia Vasily Romanov 24 27 22 25 0
Italy Andrea Baiguera 29 27 0
Pos Driver IMO
Italy
PAU
France
RBR
Austria
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MUG
Italy
JER
Spain
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)

Notes:

  • † — Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 90% of the race distance.

Juniors' championship[edit]

Pos Driver IMO
Italy
PAU
France
RBR
Austria
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MUG
Italy
JER
Spain
Points
1 Monaco Charles Leclerc Ret Ret 6 2 4 4 3 3 1 1 2 2 206
2 Russia Matevos Isaakyan [N 2] 2 Ret 1 1 2 2 Ret 2 7 3 173
3 United Kingdom George Russell 6 9 4 Ret 2 5 8 7 WD WD 5 7 153
4 Malaysia Akash Nandy 17 15 7 Ret 21 12 5 10 8 Ret 13 12 103
5 Croatia Martin Kodric 27 16 12 5 Ret 10 24 17 7 20 18 Ret 67
6 Indonesia Philo Paz Patric Armand 21 22 Ret 4 14 Ret 7 11 Ret 8 24 28 67
7 Germany Marek Böckmann 13 26 Ret Ret 12 16 10 24 19 13 23 15 60
8 Switzerland Hugo De Sadeleer 18 Ret 11 3 19 17 19 26 Ret Ret 12 11 60
9 Brazil Pietro Fittipaldi Ret 13 12 5 4 8 59
10 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat 5 Ret Ret 4 5 21 48
11 Italy Matteo Gonfantini 22 Ret 19 10 16 18 12 15 9 10 26 30 45
12 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua 23 17 18 Ret 17 14 DSQ 14 15 14 33 22 38
13 Russia Semen Evstigneev Ret Ret 16 7 13 21 DSQ DNS 13 19 17 16 37
14 Russia Dennis Anoshin 15 18 22 Ret 18 13 34
15 Australia James Allen 20 24 13 Ret 10 19 Ret 22 Ret 16 30 29 32
16 China Kang Ling 25 21 14 Ret 15 18 15
17 Russia Mikhail Tarasov 26 29 WD WD 1
Russia Vitaly Larionov Ret Ret WD WD 0
Pos Driver IMO
Italy
PAU
France
RBR
Austria
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MUG
Italy
JER
Spain
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)

Teams' championship[edit]

Prior to each round of the championship, two drivers from each team – if applicable – are nominated to score teams' championship points.[35]

Pos Team Points
1 Finland Koiranen GP 351
2 United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 241
3 Italy JD Motorsport 151
4 France Tech 1 Racing 113
5 Italy Cram Motorsport 90
6 France Arta Engineering 70
7 Italy BVM Racing 60
8 Italy Prema Powerteam 54
9 United Kingdom MGR Motorsport 35
10 Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport 28
11 Italy TS Corse 5
Italy GSK Grand Prix 0
Slovenia AS Motorsport by GSK 0
Austria China BRT by JCS 0
Guest team ineligible for points
United Kingdom Mark Burdett Motorsport 0
Italy Brixia Horse Power 0

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Charles Leclerc, Simon Gachet and George Russell recorded the fastest times in qualifying for the races at the Red Bull Ring, but they were penalised after a stewards' decision. Matevos Isaakyan was recognised as the pole-sitter for the races.[33]
  2. ^ a b Isaakyan was entered for the opening round at Imola, but he was ineligible to compete in the races as he was not yet aged sixteen. However, he was able to take part in free practice sessions.[34]

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