2010 SEAT León Eurocup

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2010 SEAT León Eurocup
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The 2010 SEAT León Eurocup was the third season of the SEAT León Eurocup, a one-make racing series supporting the World Touring Car Championship.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Team No. Drivers Rounds
Spain SUNRED 1 Spain Diego Puyo 2–4, 6
4 Russia Aleksey Dudukalo All
5 Russia Timur Sadredinov 1, 4–6
12 France Michaël Rossi All
23 Czech Republic Michal Matějovský 1–5
24 Spain Javier Ibran 1, 3, 6
45 Spain Fernando Monje 3
Italy Rangoni Motorsport 2 Italy Massimiliano Pedala 4
3 Italy Salvatore Tavano 1
11 Switzerland Urs Sonderegger 4
14 Italy Aldo Ponti 1, 6
30 Netherlands Tim Coronel 2–3
85 Spain Oscar Nogués 6
Hungary Zengő Motorsport 6 Portugal Duarte Félix da Costa All
7 Hungary Imre Birizdó All
8 Italy Andrea Larini All
9 Hungary Gábor Wéber All
10 Hungary György Kontra 6
Switzerland Ursinho Racing by Carpi Switzerland Fabian Eggenberger 1
11 Switzerland Urs Sonderegger 1, 6
Norway Stian Paulsen Racing
Paulsen Motorsport
15 Norway Stian Paulsen All
Spain PCR Sport 16 Spain Marcos De Diego All
Hungary Zsille Motorsport 18 Hungary Bálint Hatvani 1–2
Portugal Oasis Motorsport 20 Portugal Lourenço da Veiga All
21 Portugal Ricardo Bravo All
22 Republic of Ireland Eoin Murray All
France Anome 26 France Stéphane Caillet 1
France Speed Car 27 France Michel Marvie 1
28 France Pascal Destembert 1
United Kingdom Welch Motorsport 40 United Kingdom Daniel Welch 3
41 United Kingdom David Nye 3
United Kingdom Advent Motorsport 44 Sweden Freddy Nordstrom 3
Russia Team Russia 67 Russia Oleg Petrikov 1–2
Spain Monlau-Competicion 74 Spain Pepe Oriola All
75 Portugal Francisco Carvalho All
76 Spain David Cebrián 6
77 Spain Josep Maria Dabad 6
Czech Republic Vekra Racing 80 Czech Republic Petr Fulín 4–5
Spain Baporo Motorsport 81 Andorra Amalia Vinyes 6
82 Spain Pol Rosell 6
83 Spain Miguel Toril 6
France Exagon Engineering 84 France Marlene Broggi 6
Spain Luis Recuenco Aranaga 86 Spain Luis Recuenco 6

Race calendar and results[edit]

  • A calendar was announced by the series on 17 December 2009.[1] An FIA press release confirmed three dates the following day.[2]
Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Race Winner Winning Team Supporting
1 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 22 May Hungary Gábor Wéber Italy Andrea Larini Hungary Gábor Wéber Hungary Zengő Motorsport FIA WTCC Race of Italy
R2 23 May Portugal Lourenço da Veiga France Michaël Rossi Spain SUNRED
2 R1 Belgium Zolder 19 June France Michaël Rossi Hungary Gábor Wéber Portugal Ricardo Bravo Portugal Oasis Motorsport FIA WTCC Race of Belgium
R2 20 June Portugal Lourenço da Veiga Netherlands Tim Coronel Italy Rangoni Motorsport
3 R1 United Kingdom Brands Hatch, Kent 17 July United Kingdom Daniel Welch Republic of Ireland Eoin Murray United Kingdom Daniel Welch United Kingdom Welch Motorsport FIA WTCC Race of UK
R2 18 July Portugal Francisco Carvalho Spain Pepe Oriola Spain Monlau-Competicion
4 R1 Czech Republic Masaryk Circuit, Brno 31 July Hungary Gábor Wéber Hungary Gábor Wéber Hungary Gábor Wéber Hungary Zengő Motorsport FIA WTCC Race of the Czech Republic
R2 1 August Spain Diego Puyo Russia Aleksey Dudukalo Spain SUNRED
5 R1 Germany Motorsport Arena Oschersleben 4 September Hungary Gábor Wéber France Michaël Rossi Hungary Gábor Wéber Hungary Zengő Motorsport FIA WTCC Race of Germany
R2 5 September Russia Aleksey Dudukalo Spain Marcos De Diego Spain PCR Sport
6 R1 Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Cheste 18 September Spain Oscar Nogués Spain Marcos De Diego Spain Pepe Oriola Spain Monlau-Competicion FIA WTCC Race of Spain
R2 19 September Spain Pepe Oriola Spain Pepe Oriola Spain Monlau-Competicion

Championship standings[edit]

Pos Driver MNZ
Italy
ZOL
Belgium
BRH
United Kingdom
BRN
Czech Republic
OSC
Germany
VAL
Spain
Pts
1 Hungary Gábor Wéber 1 DSQ 3 3 Ret 11 1 Ret 1 Ret 3 Ret 48
2 France Michaël Rossi 3 1 4 Ret 5 2 Ret 4 2 11 Ret Ret 42
3 Republic of Ireland Eoin Murray 20 4 7 2 3 3 10 3 10 4 9 6 38
4 Spain Pepe Oriola Ret 8 11 7 7 1 Ret 5 9 6 1 1 37
5 Portugal Lourenço da Veiga 6 20 2 6 6 9 Ret 7 5 3 Ret Ret 29
6 Portugal Duarte Félix da Costa 10 Ret DSQ 9 2 8 2 Ret 3 Ret 8 4 28.5
7 Russia Aleksey Dudukalo 2 19 5 12 14 Ret 7 1 14 5 Ret Ret 28
8 Spain Marcos De Diego 5 11 9 5 12 13 8 Ret 11 1 2 8 28
9 Italy Andrea Larini 4 2 15 15 13 10 6 6 8 2 17 Ret 28
10 Spain Diego Puyo 10 11 10 6 3 2 5 5 23.5
11 Portugal Francisco Carvalho 14 14 Ret 10 8 4 4 Ret 6 Ret 6 3 20.5
12 Portugal Ricardo Bravo 8 22 1 4 9 7 Ret Ret 12 Ret 10 7 19
13 Norway Stian Paulsen Ret 17 12 16 4 5 Ret 9 4 8 Ret 10 13
14 Netherlands Tim Coronel 8 1 11 15 11
15 United Kingdom Daniel Welch 1 12 10
16 Spain Pol Rosell 7 2 10
17 Hungary Bálint Hatvani 11 5 6 Ret 7
18 Switzerland Fabian Eggenberger 18 3 6
19 Czech Republic Petr Fulín 5 Ret 7 Ret 6
20 Spain Miguel Toril 4 11 5
21 France Stéphane Caillet 12 6 3
22 Russia Oleg Petrikov 7 21 14 8 3
23 Hungary Imre Birizdó 9 7 Ret 14 Ret 18 9 10 13 9 18 16 2
24 Russia Timur Sadredinov Ret 15 12 11 15 7 11 Ret 2
25 Czech Republic Michal Matějovský 16 10 13 13 Ret 16 Ret 8 Ret 10 1
26 France Michel Marvie 15 9 0
27 Spain Oscar Nogués Ret 9 0
28 Switzerland Urs Sonderegger 17 16 11 12 19 18 0
29 France Pascal Destembert 13 12 0
30 Andorra Amalia Vinyes 12 17 0
31 Spain Josep Maria Dabad Ret 12 0
32 Spain Javier Ibran Ret 18 15 17 13 13 0
33 Italy Aldo Ponti 19 13 20 20 0
34 Sweden Freddy Nordstrom Ret 14 0
35 Spain Luis Recuenco 14 15 0
36 Hungary György Kontra 15 14 0
37 France Marlene Broggi 16 19 0
38 Spain Fernando Monje 16 20 0
39 United Kingdom David Nye Ret 19 0
40 Spain David Cebrián 21 21 0
Italy Salvatore Tavano DNS DNS 0
Italy Massimiliano Pedala DSQ EX 0
Pos Driver MNZ
Italy
ZOL
Belgium
BRH
United Kingdom
BRN
Czech Republic
OSC
Germany
VAL
Spain
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (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)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

Half points were awarded for the second race at Brands Hatch as a result of an accident involving Francisco Carvalho on the seventh lap.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SEAT León Eurocup Season 2010" (PDF). SEAT León Eurocup. SEAT Sport. 2009-12-17. p. 14. Retrieved 2009-12-21.
  2. ^ "2010 International Series: SEAT León Eurocup" (PDF). fia.com. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 2009-12-18. Retrieved 2009-12-21.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "An incredible crash". SEAT León Eurocup. SEAT Sport. 2010-07-18. Retrieved 2010-07-20.

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