List of Superleague Formula seasons

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Craig Dolby holding one of his race winning trophies at the 2010 Silverstone Superleague Formula round

This is a list of Superleague Formula seasons, that is a list of the Superleague Formula championship seasons since the inaugural 2008 season. This list is accurate up to and including the 2010 season.

Summary[edit]

Season Rounds Races* Entrants Teams Drivers
2008 6 12 18 11 25
2009 6 16 (4) 19 9 26
2010 12 † 35 (11) ‡ 19 11 35
2011 2 6 (2) 16 4 17

* Total races (race 1, 2 and Super Final). Number of which are Super Finals indicated in brackets.
† The round at Beijing was a non-championship event with no points given out for any of the races.[1]
‡ The Super Final at Beijing was cancelled due to poor track and weather conditions.[2]

Football clubs[edit]

Season Champion Second Third
2008 China Beijing Guoan (413 pts) Netherlands PSV Eindhoven (337 pts) Italy A.C. Milan (335 pts)
2009 England Liverpool F.C. (412 pts) England Tottenham Hotspur (382 pts) Switzerland FC Basel 1893 (308 pts)
2010 Belgium R.S.C. Anderlecht (699 pts) England Tottenham Hotspur (697 pts) Switzerland FC Basel 1893 (667 pts)
2011 Australia Team Australia (158 pts) Japan Team Japan (136 pts) Luxembourg Team Luxembourg (134 pts)

Drivers[edit]

Season Champion Second Third
2008 Italy Davide Rigon Netherlands Yelmer Buurman Netherlands Robert Doornbos
2009 Spain Adrián Vallés United Kingdom Craig Dolby Germany Max Wissel
2010 Italy Davide Rigon United Kingdom Craig Dolby Germany Max Wissel
2011 Australia John Martin United Kingdom Duncan Tappy
Netherlands Robert Doornbos
Belgium Frédéric Vervisch

Race teams[edit]

Season Champion Second Third
2008 Germany Zakspeed Italy Scuderia Playteam Belgium Azerti Motorsport
2009 United Kingdom Hitech Junior Team United Kingdom Alan Docking Racing Germany GU-Racing International
2010 Germany GU-Racing International United Kingdom Alan Docking Racing United Kingdom Atech GP/Reid Motorsport
2011 United Kingdom Atech Reid Grand Prix United Kingdom Alan Docking Racing Belgium Azerti Motorsport

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bradley, Charles (2010-10-07). "Beijing event to be non-points race". autosport.com (Haymarket Publications). Retrieved 2010-10-07. 
  2. ^ Bradley, Charles (2010-10-10). "Porto's Parente wins crazy race two". autosport.com (Haymarket Publications). Retrieved 2010-10-10. The super final that was due to follow has been cancelled due to the abject lack of visibility. Bamber cheered up when he was pronounced the winner of the weekend and would receive the €100,000 top prize, ahead of Craig Dolby (Tottenham) and Frederic Vervisch (Liverpool). 

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