Formula LO

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Formula LO
Category Single seaters
Country Europe
Inaugural season 2000
Folded 2012
Drivers 12 (2011)
Teams 5 (2011)
Constructors LO BMW FB02, Mygale
Engine suppliers BMW
Tyre suppliers Michelin
Last Drivers' champion Switzerland Levin Amweg
Last Teams' champion Germany GU-Racing
Official website

Formula LO, previously known formally as LO Formel Lista Junior, was an open wheel racing series based in mainland Europe, which often ran as a support series to the Formula Renault 2.0 Switzerland. The first season was in 2000 and is based in Switzerland, and governed by the country's National Motorsport Authority. Because motorsports are essentially banned in Switzerland, the racing takes place on circuits in surrounding nations such as France, Italy and Germany. Many of the drivers go on to race in Formula Three and especially to the closely linked Formula BMW series. The series is often considered to be in competition with the German-based ADAC Formel Masters, which formed in 2008. It is named after its primary sponsor, Lista Office, owned by Swiss racing driver Fredy Lienhard.

Scoring system[edit]

  • Points in the drivers' championship are awarded to the top ten race finishers with two bonus points for pole position and the fastest race lap. In the teams' championship, a team can only score points if one of its drivers finish in the top ten.
Drivers' championship
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th Pole position Fastest lap
Points 20 15 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1 2 2

Teams' championship
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
Points 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1


Season Champion Team Champion Chassis
2000 Switzerland Neel Jani no data Arcobaleno
2001 Switzerland Ken Allemann Arcobaleno
2002 Poland Damian Sawicki Arcobaleno
2003 Switzerland Romain Grosjean Formula Monza
2004 Latvia Harald Schlegelmilch Formula Junior
2005 Switzerland Rolf Biland Arcobaleno
2006 Austria Gerhard Tweraser Austria Neuhauser Racing Formula Junior
2007 Austria Klaus Bachler Austria Neuhauser Racing Formula Junior
2008 Switzerland Joël Volluz Switzerland Daltec Racing Formula BMW FB02
2009 Italy Kevin Giovesi Switzerland Daltec Racing Formula BMW FB02
2010 United States Michael Lamotte Switzerland Daltec Racing Formula BMW FB02
2011 United Kingdom Philip Ellis Switzerland Daltec Racing Formula BMW FB02
2012 Switzerland Levin Amweg Germany GU-Racing Formula BMW FB02

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