List of 2010 motorsport champions

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2010 motorsport Champions
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This list of 2010 motorsport champions is a list of national or international auto racing series with a Championship decided by the points or positions earned by a driver from multiple races where the season was completed during the 2010 calendar year.

Open wheel racing[edit]

Series Champion refer
Formula One World Championship Germany Sebastian Vettel[1] 2010 Formula One season
Constructors: Austria Red Bull Racing
IndyCar Series United Kingdom Dario Franchitti 2010 IndyCar Series season
Rookie: United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
Superleague Formula Belgium R.S.C. Anderlecht (Davide Rigon) 2010 Superleague Formula season
FIA Formula Two Championship United Kingdom Dean Stoneman 2010 FIA Formula Two Championship season
GP2 Series Venezuela Pastor Maldonado 2010 GP2 Series season
Teams: Italy Rapax
GP2 Asia Series Italy Davide Valsecchi 2009–10 GP2 Asia Series season
Teams: United Kingdom iSport International
GP3 Series Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez 2010 GP3 Series season
Teams: France ART Grand Prix
Firestone Indy Lights France Jean-Karl Vernay 2010 Indy Lights season
Teams: United States Sam Schmidt Motorsports
Auto GP France Romain Grosjean 2010 Auto GP season
Teams: France DAMS
Star Mazda Championship United States Conor Daly 2010 Star Mazda Championship season
Formula Nippon Brazil João Paulo de Oliveira 2010 Formula Nippon season
Teams: Japan Team Impul
Formula Palmer Audi United Kingdom Nigel Moore 2010 Formula Palmer Audi season
ADAC Formel Masters New Zealand Richie Stanaway 2010 ADAC Formel Masters season
Teams: Germany ma-con Motorsport
Formula Abarth France Brandon Maïsano 2010 Formula Abarth season
Teams: Italy Prema Junior
Abarth Day: Brazil Nicolas Costa
EuroBOSS Series France Damien Charveriat 2010 EuroBOSS Series season
Teams: Austria Zele Racing
Formula Challenge Japan Japan Yuichi Nakayama
Formula Three
Formula 3 Euro Series Italy Edoardo Mortara 2010 Formula 3 Euro Series season
Teams: France Signature
Rookie: Portugal António Félix da Costa
Nation: Italy Italy
British Formula 3 Championship France Jean-Éric Vergne 2010 British Formula 3 season
National: United Kingdom Menasheh Idafar
German Formula Three Championship Cup: France Tom Dillmann 2010 German Formula Three season
Trophy: Germany Riccardo Brutschin
Rookie: Denmark Kevin Magnussen
AvD Speed: France Tom Dillmann
Italian Formula Three Championship Cup: Brazil César Ramos 2010 Italian Formula Three season
Teams: Italy Lucidi Motors
Rookie: United States Gabriel Chaves
All-Japan Formula Three Championship Japan Yuji Kunimoto 2010 All-Japan Formula Three season
Teams: Japan Petronas Team TOM'S
National: Japan Takashi Kobayashi
National Teams: Japan HFDP Racing
Engine Tuners: Japan Toyota-TOM'S
European F3 Open Championship Open: Spain Marco Barba 2010 European F3 Open season
Teams: Lebanon Cedars Motorsport
Copa: Lebanon Noel Jammal
Formula 3 Sudamericana Brazil Bruno Andrade 2010 Formula 3 Sudamericana season
Teams: Brazil Bassan Motorsport
Light: Brazil Fernando Rezende
Australian Drivers' Championship Gold Star: United Kingdom Ben Barker 2010 Australian Drivers' Championship
National: Australia Tom Tweedie
Toyota Racing Series New Zealand Mitch Evans 2010 Toyota Racing Series
Austria Formula 3 Cup Switzerland Philippe Chuard
Nordic Formula Three Masters Finland Jani Tammi
Formula Renault
Formula Renault 3.5 Series Russia Mikhail Aleshin 2010 Formula Renault 3.5 Series season
Teams: France Tech 1 Racing
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 Estonia Kevin Korjus 2010 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season
Teams: France Tech 1 Racing
Formula Renault UK C: United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist 2010 Formula Renault UK season
Graduate: United Kingdom Alex Lynn
Entrants: United Kingdom Manor Competition
Winter Series: United Kingdom Alex Lynn
Formula Renault BARC United Kingdom Alice Powell 2010 Formula Renault BARC season
Teams: United Kingdom Hillspeed
Formula Renault Northern European Cup Belgium Ludwig Ghidi 2010 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC season
Teams: Netherlands van Amersfoort Racing
FR2000: Denmark Dear Schilling
Formula Renault 2.0 Middle European Championship Switzerland Zoël Amberg 2010 Formula Renault MEC season
Teams: Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport
Italian Formula Renault Championship Italy Francesco Frisone 2010 Italian Formula Renault season
Teams: Italy Viola Formula Racing
Formula Renault 2.0 NEZ / Sweden Sweden Daniel Roos 2010 Formula Renault 2.0 NEZ / Sweden season
Teams: Sweden BS Motorsport
Formula Renault 2.0 Finland Finland Miika Kunranta 2010 Formula Renault 2.0 Finland season
F4 Eurocup 1.6 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne 2010 F4 Eurocup 1.6 season
Formula BMW
Formula BMW Europe Netherlands Robin Frijns 2010 Formula BMW Europe season
Teams: Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
Rookie: Spain Carlos Sainz Jr.
Formula BMW Pacific Singapore Richard Bradley 2010 Formula BMW Pacific season
Teams: Philippines Eurasia Motorsport
Rookie: Singapore Richard Bradley
Formula Lista Junior United States Michael Lamotte 2010 Formula Lista Junior season
Teams: Switzerland Daltec Racing
Formula Ford
British Formula Ford Championship C: Australia Scott Pye 2010 British Formula Ford season
S: United Kingdom Tristan Mingay
F2000 Championship Series Brazil Victor Carbone 2010 F2000 Championship Series season
U.S. F2000 National Championship United States Sage Karam 2010 U.S. F2000 National Championship
Australian Formula Ford Championship Australia Chaz Mostert 2010 Australian Formula Ford Championship
New Zealand Formula Ford Championship New Zealand Martin Short
Finnish Formula Ford Championship Finland Antti Buri
Zetec: Finland Markus Ollila
Rookie: Finland Elmeri Ylitalo

Karting[edit]

Series Driver refer
Superkart
European Superkart Championship United Kingdom Gavin Bennett
Australian Superkart Championship 250cc International: Australia Darren Hossack 2010 Australian Superkart season
250cc National: Australia Martin Latta
125cc Gearbox: Australia Steven Tamasi

Dirt/Clay Oval racing[edit]

Series Driver refer
Formula 500 Australia Australia Ben McLeod

Sports car[edit]

Series Driver refer
FIA GT1 World Championship Germany Michael Bartels
Italy Andrea Bertolini
2010 FIA GT1 World Championship season
Teams: Germany Vitaphone Racing
FIA GT3 European Championship Germany Daniel Keilwitz
Germany Christian Hohenadel
2010 FIA GT3 European Championship season
Teams: Belgium Prospeed Competition
American Le Mans Series LMP: Australia David Brabham
LMP: France Simon Pagenaud
2010 American Le Mans Series season
LMPC: United States Scott Tucker
GT: Germany Jörg Bergmeister
GT: United States Patrick Long
GTC: Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen
GTC: United States Tim Pappas
Rolex Sports Car Series DP: United States Scott Pruett
DP: Mexico Memo Rojas
2010 Rolex Sports Car Series season
GT: United States Emil Assentato
GT: United States Jeff Segal
Trans-Am Series United States Tony Ave
ADAC GT Masters Netherlands Peter Kox
Germany Albert von Thurn und Taxis
2010 ADAC GT Masters season
Teams: Germany Abt Sportsline
Amateurs: Switzerland Toni Seiler
Australian GT Championship Championship: Australia David Wall 2010 Australian GT Championship season
Challenge: Australia Shane Smollen
Production: Australia Paul Freestone
GT Brasil GT3: Brazil Valdeno Brito
GT3: Brazil Matheus Stumpf
2010 GT Brasil season
GT4: Brazil Valter Rossete
Porsches
Porsche Supercup Germany René Rast 2010 Porsche Supercup season
Teams: Austria Al Faisal Lechner Racing
Porsche Carrera Cup Germany France Nicolas Armindo
Teams: Germany Hermes Attempto Racing
Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain United Kingdom Tim Harvey 2010 Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain
Teams: United Kingdom Redline Racing
Porsche Carrera Cup France France Frédéric Makowiecki
Teams: France Team Sofrev ASP
Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia Sweden Robin Rudholm
Teams: Sweden IPS Motorsport
Porsche Carrera Cup Japan Japan Yasuhiro Shimizu
Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Germany Christian Menzel
Class B: Singapore Mok Weng Sun
Australian Porsche GT3 Challenge Australia Roger Lago
Porsche GT3 Cup New Zealand New Zealand Craig Baird

Touring car racing[edit]

Series Driver refer
World Touring Car Championship France Yvan Muller 2010 World Touring Car Championship season
Manufactures: United States Chevrolet
Independent: Spain Sergio Hernández
Independents Teams: Italy Scuderia Proteam Motorsport
Rookie: Hungary Norbert Michelisz
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters United Kingdom Paul di Resta 2010 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters season
V8 Supercars First-tier: Australia James Courtney 2010 V8 Supercar Championship Series
Second-tier: Australia Steve Owen 2010 Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series
Third-tier: Australia Tony Evangelou 2010 Shannons V8 Touring Car National Series
British Touring Car Championship United Kingdom Jason Plato 2010 British Touring Car Championship season
Independents: United Kingdom Tom Chilton
Manufacturers: Honda
Teams: United Kingdom Honda Racing Team
Independents Teams: United Kingdom Arena Motorsport
New Zealand V8s New Zealand Craig Baird 2009–10 New Zealand V8 season
ADAC Procar Series D1: Germany Roland Hertner 2010 ADAC Procar Series season
D2: Germany Guido Thierfelder
D3: Germany Andreas Kast
Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge GS: United States Charles Espenlaub
GS: United States Charles Putman
2010 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge season
ST: United States Lawson Aschenbach
ST: United States David Thilenius
SCCA Pro Racing World Challenge GT: United States Randy Pobst 2010 SCCA Pro Racing World Challenge season
GTS: United States Peter Cunningham
TC: United States Robert Stout
Stock Car Brasil Brazil Max Wilson 2010 Stock Car Brasil season
Teams: Eurofarma RC
Eurocup Mégane Trophy Netherlands Nick Catsburg 2010 Eurocup Mégane Trophy season
Teams: France TDS Racing
Volkswagen Scirocco R-Cup Germany Kris Heidorn 2010 Volkswagen Scirocco R-Cup season
V8 Utes Australia Grant Johnson
Australian Sports Sedan Series Australia James Sera 2010 Australian Sports Sedan season
Australian Production Car Championship Australia Stuart Kostera 2010 Australian Manufacturers' Championship
Australian Saloon Car Series Australia Tim Rowse
Commodore Cup Australia Adam Beechey 2010 Commodore Cup National Series
Mini Challenge
Mini Challenge Australia Australia Chris Alajajian
Mini Challenge New Zealand New Zealand Matthew Hamilton
Suzukis
Suzuki Swift Sport Cup New Zealand New Zealand William Bamber
Fiat Linea
Trofeo Línea Brazil Cacá Bueno 2010 Trofeo Linea Brasil season
SEAT León Supercopa
SEAT León Eurocup Hungary Gábor Wéber 2010 SEAT León Eurocup season

Truck racing[edit]

Series Driver refer
Fórmula Truck Brazil Roberval Andrade 2010 Fórmula Truck Brasil season
Teams: RVR Corinthians Motorsport
Manufacturers: Volkswagen
European Truck Championship Spain Antonio Albacete

Rallying[edit]

Series Driver/Co-Driver refer
World Rally Championship France Sébastien Loeb
Monaco Daniel Elena
2010 World Rally Championship season
Manufacturers: France Citroën
Intercontinental Rally Challenge Finland Juho Hänninen
Finland Mikko Markkula
2010 Intercontinental Rally Challenge season
Manufacturers: Czech Republic Škoda Auto
Asia-Pacific Rally Championship Japan Katsuhiko Taguchi
New Zealand Glenn Macneall
2010 Asia-Pacific Rally Championship season
Manufacturers: Japan Mitsubishi Motors
Asia Cup: Japan Yuya Sumiyama
Asia Cup: Japan Naoki Kase
Pacific Cup: Australia Brendan Reeves
Pacific Cup: Australia Rhianon Smyth
Rally America Canada Antoine L'Estage
Canada Nathalie Richard
2010 Rally America season
British Rally Championship Republic of Ireland Keith Cronin
Republic of Ireland Barry McNulty
2010 British Rally Championship season
Australian Rally Championship Australia Simon Evans
Australia Sue Evans
2010 Australian Rally Championship
Scottish Rally Championship United Kingdom David Bogie
United Kingdom Kevin Rae

Motorcycles[edit]

Road racing[edit]

Series Rider refer
MotoGP World Championship Spain Jorge Lorenzo 2010 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season
Moto2 World Championship Spain Toni Elías
125cc World Championship Spain Marc Márquez
Superbike World Championship Italy Max Biaggi 2010 Superbike World Championship season
Manufacturers: Italy Aprilia
Supersport World Championship Turkey Kenan Sofuoğlu 2010 Supersport World Championship season
Manufacturers: Japan Honda
FIM Superstock 1000 Championship Italy Ayrton Badovini 2010 FIM Superstock 1000 Championship season
Manufacturers: Germany BMW
European Superstock 600 Championship France Jeremy Guarnoni
Sidecar World Championship Finland Pekka Päivärinta
Switzerland Adolf Hanni

Motorcycle speedway[edit]

Series Champion refer
Speedway World Championship Poland Tomasz Gollob 2010 Speedway Grand Prix
Speedway Swedish Individual Championship Sweden Andreas Jonsson 2010 Speedway Swedish Individual Championship
British Speedway Championship United Kingdom Chris Harris
Individual Speedway Danish Championship Denmark Kenneth Bjerre
Speedway World Cup Poland Poland national speedway team 2010 Speedway World Cup
Team Speedway Junior World Championship Denmark Denmark national under-21 speedway team 2010 Team Speedway Junior World Championship
Australian Individual Speedway Championship Australia Chris Holder
Australian Under 16 Solo Speedway Championship Australia Brady Kurtz
Australian Under 21 Solo Speedway Championship Australia Darcy Ward
Australian Sidecar Speedway Championship Australia Jason Aldridge
Australia Cal Campbell

Supermoto[edit]

Series Champion refer
British Supermoto Championship South Africa Craig Venske

Air racing[edit]

Series Pilot refer
Red Bull Air Race World Championship United Kingdom Paul Bonhomme 2010 Red Bull Air Race World Championship

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sebastian Vettel wins Formula One world championship in Abu Dhabi". The Guardian. London: Guardian News and Media. 14 November 2010. Retrieved 29 September 2013.