2010 Formula Renault UK season

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The 2010 Formula Renault UK season was the 22nd British Formula Renault Championship. The season began at Thruxton on 3 April and ended on 10 October at Brands Hatch, after twenty rounds held in England, and for the first time since 2006, Scotland.[1] Making its debut in the series in 2010 was the new-specification car, designed by Barazi-Epsilon,[2] replacing the Tatuus chassis that had been in the series since 2000.[2]

At the age of 16 years, 314 days, Anglo-Swedish driver Tom Blomqvist of the Fortec Motorsport team became the youngest drivers' champion in series history after coming out on top of a season-long battle with his rivals.[3] Despite winning just three races – coming in succession at Silverstone National and Knockhill – Blomqvist won the championship due to his superior finishing record, finishing 19 of the season's 20 races within the top seven placings; giving Fortec their third title in the last four seasons. Lewis Williamson of Manor Competition finished the season as runner-up behind Blomqvist, 14 points behind on overall scores, but was eight points closer on the series' championship system in which a driver's two worst scores are not considered towards the championship. Williamson took five victories during the season, but mistakes at Brands Hatch when he spun out of the lead while leading the race and a poor start in the final race, as well as errors at Croft prevented him from becoming Manor's second successive champion after Dean Smith's triumph in 2009.

Also in the running for the championship at the final Brands Hatch meeting were Atech GP's Tamás Pál Kiss and Williamson's Manor team-mate Will Stevens, but poor results for both drivers in the first race mathematically eliminated them from contention. Pál Kiss had started the season strongly, having finished on the podium in six of the first seven races with three victories but failed to reach the top step of the podium in any of the remaining races, taking just two further podiums en route to third place in the championship. Stevens took fourth in the championship finishing nine points behind Pál Kiss on overall scores and 20 on dropped scores after finishing every race of the season including victories at Thruxton and the Brands Hatch GP meeting. CRS Racing's top driver was Harry Tincknell, who finished fifth in the championship with victories at Rockingham and Snetterton.

Five other drivers tasted success during the season, with only Riki Christodoulou not finishing within the top ten of the championship, due to him not partaking in the full campaign. Ollie Millroy was another winner for Manor, when he won from pole position at Snetterton, Pál Kiss' Atech GP team-mates Nick Yelloly and Marlon Stöckinger each won races at Brands Hatch and Croft respectively, Christodoulou won the season finale at Brands Hatch for Fortec, while CRS Racing's Robert Foster-Jones won at Knockhill before retiring at the end of the season, aged just 20 years old. In other championships, Alex Lynn bested Fabio Gamberini for Graduate Cup honours for first-year drivers, while Manor Competition comfortable won the Entrants' Championship by 96 points.

Teams and drivers[edit]

2010 Entry List
Team No Driver Class Rounds
United Kingdom Manor Competition[4] 1 United Kingdom Josh Mulholland[5] 1–2
United Kingdom Ollie Millroy[6] 4–10
3 United Kingdom Will Stevens[7] All
7 Netherlands Thomas Hylkema[7] All
17 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson[4] All
United Kingdom CRS Racing[8] 2 United Kingdom Michael Lyons[8] All
5 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell[8] All
15 Brazil Victor Corrêa[9] 1–4
United Kingdom Riki Christodoulou[10] 5
Brazil Yann Cunha[11] 9
55 United Kingdom Robert Foster-Jones[8] All
United Kingdom Team Firstair 4 United Kingdom Jordan Oakes[12] 1
United Kingdom Richard Singleton[13] 2, 7, 10
11 United Kingdom David McDonald[12] 1–3
United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta[14] 7
Argentina Facundo Conta[15] 10
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsport 6 United Kingdom David McDonald[6] 4–8
10 SwedenUnited Kingdom[16] Tom Blomqvist[17] All
27 United Kingdom Ollie Millroy[17] 1–3
United Kingdom Riki Christodoulou[18] 6–10
36 United Kingdom Alex Lynn[19] G All
99 United Kingdom Chrissy Palmer[20] 1–2
United Kingdom Apotex Scorpio Motorsport 8 United Kingdom Joe Crook[19] 1, 3–10
United Kingdom Kieren Clark[13] 2
United Kingdom Atech GP[21] 12 United Kingdom Nick Yelloly[21] All
33 Philippines Marlon Stöckinger[21] All
47 Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss[21] All
United Kingdom Mark Burdett Motorsport[22] 21 Brazil Fabio Gamberini[22] G 1–5, 7–10
22 Finland Jesse Laine[23] 1–6
Spain Epsilon Euskadi[11] 23 Italy Giovanni Venturini[11] 9
24 Spain Alex Riberas[11] 9
France Tech 1 Racing[11] 51 France Arthur Pic[11] 9
61 France Hugo Valente[11] 9
71 Finland Aaro Vainio[11] 9
Italy Cram Competition[11] 77 Brazil André Negrão[11] 9
Icon Class
G Graduate Cup

Calendar[edit]

The series supported the British Touring Car Championship at all rounds except Donington Park on 19 September, as Formula Renault formed part of the World Series by Renault meeting on the same date, at Silverstone.

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning driver Winning team
1 R1 Thruxton Circuit, Hampshire 3 April United Kingdom Lewis Williamson Sweden Tom Blomqvist Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss Atech GP
R2 4 April United Kingdom Will Stevens United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Will Stevens Manor Competition
2 R3 Rockingham Motor Speedway, Northamptonshire 25 April United Kingdom Harry Tincknell United Kingdom Harry Tincknell Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss Atech GP
R4 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Harry Tincknell CRS Racing
3 R5 Brands Hatch (GP), Kent 2 May Race Cancelled1
R6 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Will Stevens Manor Competition
4 R7 Oulton Park, Cheshire 5 June Sweden Tom Blomqvist Sweden Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Lewis Williamson Manor Competition
R8 6 June Sweden Tom Blomqvist Sweden Tom Blomqvist Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss Atech GP
5 R9 Croft Circuit, North Yorkshire 19 June Philippines Marlon Stöckinger United Kingdom Ollie Millroy Philippines Marlon Stöckinger Atech GP
R10 20 June Netherlands Thomas Hylkema United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Lewis Williamson Manor Competition
6 R11 Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit, Norfolk 8 August United Kingdom Ollie Millroy United Kingdom Michael Lyons United Kingdom Ollie Millroy Manor Competition
R12 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell United Kingdom Harry Tincknell United Kingdom Harry Tincknell CRS Racing
7 R51 Silverstone Circuit (National), Northamptonshire 21 August United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Lewis Williamson Manor Competition
R13 22 August Philippines Marlon Stöckinger United Kingdom Nick Yelloly United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist Fortec Motorsport
R14 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Nick Yelloly United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist Fortec Motorsport
8 R15 Knockhill Racing Circuit, Fife 5 September United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist Fortec Motorsport
R16 United Kingdom Robert Foster-Jones United Kingdom Ollie Millroy United Kingdom Robert Foster-Jones CRS Racing
9 R17 Silverstone Circuit (Arena), Northamptonshire 19 September United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Lewis Williamson Manor Competition
R18 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson Spain Alex Riberas United Kingdom Lewis Williamson Manor Competition
10 R19 Brands Hatch (Indy), Kent 10 October United Kingdom Nick Yelloly United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist United Kingdom Nick Yelloly Atech GP
R20 United Kingdom Riki Christodoulou Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss United Kingdom Riki Christodoulou Fortec Motorsport

Notes:

1.^  – The first race at Brands Hatch was cancelled due to bad weather conditions.[24] As a result, the race was run at the Silverstone round of the championship, with grid positions standing for the race.[25]

Standings[edit]

Drivers' Championship[edit]

  • Points were awarded on a 32–28–25–22–20–18–16–14–12–11–10–9–8–7–6–5–4–3–2–1 basis, with 2 points for fastest lap. A driver's 18 best results counted towards the championship, with Graduate Cup runners' best 15 scores counting for that classification.
Pos Driver THR ROC BHGP OUL CRO SNE SIL KNO
SIL BHI Pts Grad
1 SwedenUnited Kingdom[16] Tom Blomqvist 5 5 7 6 C 3 2 2 3 5 7 2 13 1 1 1 5 2 2 3 2 465
2 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson 4 2 6 4 C 7 1 5 11 1 6 3 1 4 2 13 4 1 1 2 4 459
3 Hungary Tamás Pál Kiss 1 4 1 2 C 2 3 1 4 6 4 7 4 3 5 6 2 6 Ret 12 14 417
4 United Kingdom Will Stevens 2 1 5 3 C 1 4 4 8 3 2 4 2 11 4 8 10 5 5 9 11 397
5 United Kingdom Harry Tincknell 3 3 2 1 C 6 9 3 7 8 5 1 3 Ret 10 4 7 Ret 8 4 8 375
6 United Kingdom Ollie Millroy 7 Ret 4 5 C 11 5 10 2 12 1 5 5 Ret 3 Ret 3 4 7 6 6 336
7 United Kingdom Nick Yelloly 6 11 Ret 7 C 4 6 14 16 11 3 6 11 2 13 5 9 7 4 1 7 312
8 Philippines Marlon Stöckinger 10 15 3 Ret C 15 11 6 1 2 9 Ret 10 5 15 7 8 Ret 6 5 5 273
9 United Kingdom Robert Foster-Jones 8 10 9 10 C 16 Ret 13 5 10 10 15 15 6 11 2 1 8 12 10 Ret 237
10 United Kingdom Alex Lynn 9 9 14 13 C 8 Ret 9 10 16 11 11 6 12 16 12 6 10 18 8 3 210 193
11 United Kingdom Riki Christodoulou 9 4 Ret 9 Ret DNS 3 13 3 3 7 1 177
12 United Kingdom Michael Lyons Ret 8 11 9 C 14 Ret 12 13 7 8 10 9 Ret 12 10 11 14 16 15 12 172
13 United Kingdom David McDonald 16 6 18 15 C 5 10 7 12 9 14 14 8 10 9 9 DSQ 163
14 Netherlands Thomas Hylkema 12 12 10 11 C 12 13 11 6 Ret Ret 8 14 8 6 Ret 12 12 15 Ret DNS 161
15 Brazil Fabio Gamberini Ret 19 19 16 C 13 7 8 17 13 7 7 7 Ret Ret 13 Ret Ret 10 126 126
16 United Kingdom Joe Crook 15 17 C 17 8 Ret 15 14 13 13 12 9 14 11 Ret Ret Ret 13 13 111
17 Finland Jesse Laine 14 16 16 17 C 9 12 15 14 15 12 12 79
18 United Kingdom Chrissy Palmer 11 13 8 8 46
19 Brazil Victor Corrêa 13 14 12 19 C 10 Ret 16 42
20 United Kingdom Richard Singleton 15 18 Ret Ret 11 9 31
21 France Hugo Valente 9 11 22
22 United Kingdom Josh Mulholland Ret 18 13 12 20
23 United Kingdom Jordan Oakes Ret 7 16
24 France Arthur Pic 17 10 15
25 United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta Ret 8 14
26 Spain Alex Riberas 11 19 14
27 Argentina Facundo Conta 14 15 13
28 Finland Aaro Vainio Ret 9 12
29 Italy Giovanni Venturini 16 14 12
30 United Kingdom Kieren Clark 17 14 11
31 Brazil Yann Cunha 15 17 10
32 Brazil André Negrão Ret 13 8
Pos Driver THR ROC BHGP OUL CRO SNE SIL KNO
SIL BHI Pts Grad
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 (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Entrants' Championship[edit]

Pos Entrant THR ROC BHGP OUL CRO SNE SIL KNO SIL BHI Pts
1 United Kingdom Manor Competition 2 1 5 3 C 1 1 4 2 1 1 3 1 4 2 8 3 1 1 2 4 959
4 2 6 4 C 7 4 5 6 3 2 4 2 8 3 13 4 4 5 6 6
2 United Kingdom Atech GP 1 4 1 2 C 2 3 1 1 2 3 6 4 2 5 5 2 6 4 1 5 863
6 11 3 7 C 4 6 6 4 6 4 7 10 3 13 6 8 7 6 5 7
3 United Kingdom Fortec Motorsport 5 5 4 5 C 3 2 2 3 5 7 2 6 1 1 1 5 2 2 3 1 820
7 9 7 6 C 8 10 7 10 9 11 9 8 11 9 3 6 3 3 7 2
4 United Kingdom CRS Racing 3 3 2 1 C 6 9 3 5 4 5 1 3 6 10 2 1 8 8 4 8 662
8 8 9 9 C 10 Ret 12 7 7 8 10 9 Ret 11 4 7 14 12 10 12
5 United Kingdom Mark Burdett Motorsport 14 16 16 16 C 9 7 8 14 13 12 12 7 7 7 Ret Ret 13 Ret Ret 10 205
Ret 19 19 17 C 13 12 15 17 15
6 United Kingdom Team Firstair 16 6 15 15 C 5 Ret 8 11 9 126
Ret 7 18 18 Ret Ret 14 15
7 United Kingdom Apotex Scorpio Motorsport 15 17 17 14 C 17 8 Ret 15 14 13 13 12 9 14 11 Ret Ret Ret 13 13 122
8 France Tech 1 Racing 9 9 39
17 10
9 Spain Epsilon Euskadi 11 14 24
16 19
10 Italy Cram Competition Ret 13 8
Pos Entrant THR ROC BHGP OUL CRO SNE SIL KNO SIL BHI Pts

Formula Renault UK Winter Series[edit]

The 2010 Michelin Formula Renault UK Winter Series was the 13th British Formula Renault Winter Series. The series commenced at Snetterton on 6 November and ended at Pembrey on 14 November, after six races at three rounds held in England and Wales.[26]

Fortec Motorsport again took honours for the Series, as main season Graduate Cup winner Alex Lynn won the title after winning three of the six races to be held. He finished 17 points clear of team-mate Joni Wiman, who made his Formula Renault début during the series having competed in ADAC Formel Masters, and claimed a victory at Pembrey. Jack Hawksworth finished third in his first single-seater championship, having taken two podiums and five top-ten finishes in his first six races out of karting for Mark Burdett Motorsport. Atech GP driver Richie Stanaway and Oliver Rowland of CRS Racing claimed the remaining victories as they finished in fifth and seventh places respectively. With five class wins, Fortec's Josh Webster won the BARC Winter Cup for the Formula Renault BARC competitors.

Teams and drivers[edit]

2010 Winter Series UK Class Entry List[27][28]
Team No Driver Class
Manor Competition 1 United Kingdom Ollie Millroy
15 United Kingdom Alice Powell
19 United Kingdom Josh Hill
42 United Kingdom Jordan King
SWB Motorsport 2 United Kingdom Mackenzie Taylor B
Atech GP 4 United Kingdom Matt Bell
5 New Zealand Richie Stanaway
Fortec Motorsport 6 Australia Mitchell Gilbert
16 United Kingdom Dan Wells
36 United Kingdom Alex Lynn
46 Russia Roman Beregech B
47 Puerto Rico Félix Serrallés I
56 United Kingdom Josh Webster B
66 Finland Joni Wiman
CRS Racing 7 Croatia Evelin Frank B
44 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland
55 United Kingdom Robert Foster-Jones
Mark Burdett Motorsport 20 United Kingdom Mitchell Hale
21 United Kingdom Jack Hawksworth
Hillspeed 22 United Kingdom Howard Fuller B
43 United Kingdom David Wagner B
Koiranen Bros. Motorsport 26 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr.
27 Estonia Antti Rammo
28 Sweden John Bryant-Meisner
29 Russia Daniil Kvyat
MGR Motorsport 41 United Kingdom Luke Wright
Icon Class
B BARC Class
I Invitation Class

Calendar[edit]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning driver Winning team
1 R1 Snetterton, Norfolk 6 November United Kingdom Jack Hawksworth United Kingdom Alex Lynn United Kingdom Alex Lynn Fortec Motorsport
R2 Russia Daniil Kvyat United Kingdom Ollie Millroy United Kingdom Alex Lynn Fortec Motorsport
2 R3 Pembrey, Carmarthenshire 13 November United Kingdom Jack Hawksworth Finland Joni Wiman Finland Joni Wiman Fortec Motorsport
R4 United Kingdom Jack Hawksworth Finland Joni Wiman United Kingdom Alex Lynn Fortec Motorsport
3 R5 Pembrey, Carmarthenshire 14 November United Kingdom Jack Hawksworth Finland Joni Wiman New Zealand Richie Stanaway Atech GP
R6 United Kingdom Alex Lynn New Zealand Richie Stanaway United Kingdom Oliver Rowland CRS Racing

Championship standings[edit]

Pos Driver SNE PEM PEM Pts
UK Winter Cup
1 United Kingdom Alex Lynn 1 1 11 1 6 5 146
2 Finland Joni Wiman 8 6 1 2 4 12 129
3 United Kingdom Jack Hawksworth 4 13 3 10 2 6 112
4 Russia Daniil Kvyat Ret 3 2 4 5 8 109
5 New Zealand Richie Stanaway 3 Ret Ret 9 1 2 99
6 United Kingdom Ollie Millroy 2 4 12 5 Ret 7 97
7 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland 12 12 4 12 8 1 95
8 United Kingdom Luke Wright 5 2 Ret 3 10 10 95
9 United Kingdom Josh Hill 7 Ret 7 6 3 11 85
10 Australia Mitchell Gilbert Ret 9 5 11 12 3 76
11 United Kingdom Dan Wells 10 5 Ret 13 11 14 56
12 United Kingdom Alice Powell 9 7 10 8 Ret Ret 53
13 United Kingdom Matt Bell Ret 8 14 14 Ret 4 51
14 United Kingdom Robert Foster-Jones 14 Ret DNS 7 7 16 44
15 United Kingdom Jordan King 11 10 6 Ret 19 20 43
16 Estonia Antti Rammo Ret 11 9 17 Ret 9 39
17 Sweden John Bryant-Meisner 13 Ret 8 Ret 9 19 36
18 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr. 6 Ret 18
United Kingdom Mitchell Hale Ret Ret 0
Guest drivers ineligible for points
Puerto Rico Félix Serrallés 13 15 14 Ret 0
BARC Winter Cup
1 United Kingdom Josh Webster 15 14 15 16 13 15 52
2 United Kingdom David Wagner 16 15 19 18 18 13 30
3 United Kingdom Howard Fuller 17 17 16 21 16 17 25
4 Russia Roman Beregech Ret 16 17 19 17 18 21
5 United Kingdom Mackenzie Taylor 18 18 18 20 15 Ret 19
6 Croatia Evelin Frank 19 19 20 22 20 Ret 8
Pos Driver SNE PEM PEM Pts
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 (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

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