2010 EuroBOSS Series
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|2010 EuroBOSS Series season|
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The 2010 EuroBOSS Series season was the tenth year of the EuroBOSS Series. The championship began on 8 August at Magny-Cours and was due to finish on 31 October at Portimão, after five double-header rounds. However, the last three race meetings were called off due to the lack of driver entries to the series. This meant the season ended with the Slovakiaring round on 22 August.
With two wins and two second places from the four races held, Damien Charveriat won the EuroBOSS class at the wheel of his Zele Racing Dallara GP2/05 that had been formerly run in the GP2 Series. Andreas Zuber, himself a former GP2 racer, was the only other driver to compete in the class, winning both races at the Slovakiaring. As single entrants in the EuroBOSS Masters Class and the EuroBOSS Invitation Class respectively, Peter Milavec – double winner at the Slovakiaring – and Jean-Pierre Clement – one race win at Magny-Cours – won their classes unopposed. The EuroBOSS 3000 Class had the most competitors over the season, with four drivers competing in the two meetings. Gerhard Hille finished as class winner, taking a win and two second places to beat Norbert Groer by ten points.
|11||Jean-Pierre Clement||Tatuus N.T07 (Honda)||International Formula Master|
|18||Damien Charveriat||Zele Racing||Dallara GP2/05 (Renault)||GP2 Series|
|19||Andreas Zuber||Zele Racing||Dallara GP2/05 (Renault)||GP2 Series|
|21||Peter Milavec||Lola T92/50 (Cosworth)||International Formula 3000|
|22||Carlos Antunes Tavares||Dallara T02 (Nissan)||World Series by Nissan|
|23||Christopher Brenier||Dallara SN01 (Nissan)||World Series by Nissan|
|33||Norbert Groer||Dallara T05 (Nissan)||World Series by Nissan|
|35||Gerhard Hille||Dallara T05 (Nissan)||World Series by Nissan|
The calendar had consisted of five double-header meetings.
|Round||Circuit||Country||Date||Pole Position||Fastest Lap||Winning Driver|
|1||R1||Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours||France||8 August||Damien Charveriat||Damien Charveriat||Damien Charveriat|
|R2||Damien Charveriat||Damien Charveriat||Damien Charveriat|
|2||R1||Slovakiaring||Slovakia||22 August||Andreas Zuber||Andreas Zuber||Andreas Zuber|
|R2||Andreas Zuber||Andreas Zuber||Andreas Zuber|
|3||R1||Mondello Park||Ireland||12 September||Race meetings cancelled due to a lack of entries|
|4||R1||Masaryk Circuit||Czech Republic||10 October|
|5||R1||Autódromo Internacional do Algarve||Portugal||31 October|