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2005 Atlantic Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2005 Toyota Atlantic Championship season
Toyota Atlantic Championship Presented by Yokohama
Season
Races12
Start dateApril 10th
End dateAugust 28th
Awards
Drivers' championNetherlands Charles Zwolsman Jr.
← 2004
2006 →

The 2005 Toyota Atlantic Championship season was contested over 12 rounds. 14 different teams and 27 different drivers competed. In this one-make formula all drivers had to utilize Swift chassis and Toyota engines. This season also saw a C2-class running older Swift chassis and Toyota engines. In C2-class 12 different drivers competed, but none of them for the whole season. The Toyota Atlantic Championship Presented by Yokohama Drivers' Champion was Charles Zwolsman Jr. driving for Condor Motorsports.

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Contents

Calendar

Race No Track State Date Laps Distance Time Speed Winner Friday fastest Saturday fastest Leader(s) Improvement Fastest Race Lap
1 Long Beach California April 10, 2005 32 3.167=101.344 km 0'47:01.977 129.285 km/h Katherine Legge Antoine Bessette Antoine Bessette Antoine Bessette
Katherine Legge
Charles Zwolsman Jr. Antoine Bessette
2 Monterrey  Mexico May 21, 2005 32 3.386=108.351 km 0'46:43.327 139.143 km/h Charles Zwolsman Jr. Tõnis Kasemets Charles Zwolsman Jr. Charles Zwolsman Jr. Katherine Legge Charles Zwolsman Jr.
3 Portland Oregon June 18, 2005 35 3.169=110.915 km 0'42:38.821 156.046 km/h Tõnis Kasemets Andreas Wirth Andreas Wirth
Tõnis Kasemets
Dan Selznick Charles Zwolsman Jr.
4 Portland Oregon June 19, 2005 35 3.169=110.915 km 0'40:25.992 164.590 km/h Tõnis Kasemets Tõnis Kasemets Tõnis Kasemets Katherine Legge Tõnis Kasemets
5 Cleveland Ohio June 25, 2005 32 3.3891858=108.4539456 km 0'39:28.711 164.830 km/h Charles Zwolsman Jr. Tõnis Kasemets Charles Zwolsman Jr. Tom Nastasi Tõnis Kasemets
6 Cleveland Ohio June 26, 2005 32 3.3891858=108.4539456 km 0'36:46.826 176.921 km/h Charles Zwolsman Jr. Charles Zwolsman Jr. Tõnis Kasemets
Antoine Bessette
Charles Zwolsman Jr.
Andreas Wirth Charles Zwolsman Jr.
7 Toronto  Canada July 10, 2005 35 2.825=98.875 km 0'42:58.149 138.064 km/h Antoine Bessette Charles Zwolsman Jr. Charles Zwolsman Jr. Charles Zwolsman Jr.
David Martínez
Antoine Bessette
Eric Jensen Charles Zwolsman Jr.
8 Edmonton  Canada July 17, 2005 32 3.1751489=101.6047648 km 0'39:53.701 152.808 km/h Katherine Legge Tõnis Kasemets Charles Zwolsman Jr. Charles Zwolsman Jr.
Katherine Legge
Katherine Legge Charles Zwolsman Jr.
9 San José California July 31, 2005 45 2.3302664=104.861988 km 0'48:56.342 128.562 km/h Katherine Legge Tõnis Kasemets Charles Zwolsman Jr. Tõnis Kasemets
Charles Zwolsman Jr.
Katherine Legge
Chris Souliotis David Martínez
10 Denver Colorado August 14, 2005 35 2.6666101=93.3313535 km 0'40:29.856 132.277 km/h Andreas Wirth Alan Sciuto Alan Sciuto Andreas Wirth Kyle Kelley Tõnis Kasemets
11 Elkhart Lake Wisconsin August 21, 2005 17 6.5144464=110.7455888 km 0'35:12.283 188.746 km/h Tõnis Kasemets Tõnis Kasemets Tõnis Kasemets Tõnis Kasemets Kyle Kelley Tõnis Kasemets
12 Montréal  Canada August 28, 2005 25 4.360=109.00 km 0'40:47.532 160.325 km/h Antoine Bessette David Martínez David Martínez Tõnis Kasemets
Antoine Bessette
Antoine Bessette David Martínez

bold indicate pole position

Race 1 Rocky Moran, Jr. led 3 laps but was not able to score an additional point due to driving in C2-class.

Final points standings

Driver

Main championship

For every race the points were awarded: 31 points to the winner, 27 for runner-up, 25 for third place, 23 for fourth place, 21 for fifth place, 19 for sixth place, 17 for seventh place, 15 for eighth place, 13 for ninth place, 11 for tenth place, winding down to 1 point for 20th place. Lower placed drivers did not award points. Additional points were awarded to the fastest qualifier on Friday (1 point), the fastest qualifier on Saturday (1 point), any driver leading at least one lap in the race (1 point), the most improved driver from start to finish (1 point) and the driver setting the fastest lap (1 point). So the maximum points for one driver in one race is to earn 35 points. C2-class drivers were not able to score points in the main class.

Place Name Country Team Total Points United States Mexico United States United States United States United States Canada Canada United States United States United States Canada
1 Charles Zwolsman Jr.  Netherlands Condor Motorsports 306 26 34 28 15 32 34 17 30 27 25 19 19
2 Tõnis Kasemets  Estonia Team Tonis 289 15 28 32 34 29 24 17 22 9 16 35 28
3 Antoine Bessette  Canada Polestar Racing Group 267 31 23 21 21 13 28 32 23 9 23 10 33
Katherine Legge  United Kingdom Polestar Racing Group 267 32 22 13 26 10 21 19 33 32 9 27 23
5 David Martínez  Mexico US RaceTronics 238 - 25 19 23 11 15 28 15 28 21 25 28
6 Andreas Wirth  Germany Brooks Associates Racing 234 11 15 27 27 25 26 25 25 21 32 - -
7 Alfred Unser  United States Brooks Associates Racing 198 - - 17 19 23 17 23 19 19 17 23 21
8 Kyle Kelley  United States McAtee Motorsports 122 19 19 23 - - - - - 8 20 22 11
9 Chris Souliotis  Canada Bite Racing 115 - - 9 11 15 10 11 13 11 11 11 13
10 Dan Selznick  United States Room Store 106 21 - 12 10 9 11 - - 13 13 - 17
11 Chris Dyson  United States Dyson Racing 95 23 - 15 17 21 19 - - - - - -
12 Alan Sciuto  United States PR1 Motorsports 69 - - - - - - - - 23 29 17 -
13 Brian McAtee  United States McAtee Motorsports 56 17 - 10 13 - - - - 6 10 - -
14 Eric Jensen  Canada Jensen Motorsport 54 - - - - - - 22 17 - - - 15
15 Tom Nastasi  United States Blackforest Motorsports 44 - - - - 20 9 15 - - - - -
16 Leonardo Maia  Brazil Jensen Motorsport 30 - - - - 17 13 - - - - - -
17 Ryan Spencer-Smith  United States Jensen Motorsport 19 - - - - - - - - 11 8 - -
18 Memo Rojas  Mexico Brooks Associates Racing 17 - 17 - - - - - - - - - -
Grant Ryley  United States Jensen Motorsport 17 - - - - - - - - 17 - - -
20 Philip Giebler  United States Condor Motorsports 15 - - - - - - - - 15 - - -
Daniel DiLeo  Canada Armsup Motorsports 15 - - - - - - - - - - 15 -
22 Fernando Rees  Brazil Brooks Associates Racing 13 13 - - - - - - - - - - -
Ben Johnston  United States Blackforest Motorsports 13 - 13 - - - - - - - - - -
Chris Menninga  United States Armsup Motorsports 13 - - - - - - - - - - 13 -
25 Adam Pecorari  United States Jensen Motorsport 11 - 11 - - - - - - - - - -
26 Christopher Prey  United States Jensen Motorsport 9 - - - - - - - - - - 9 -

Note:

Race 3, 4, 5 and 6 only one additional point awarded to the fastest qualifier, because only one session was held for each race.

In all races not all points were awarded (not enough competitors).

C2-Class championship

Points system see above. But additional points only awarded for the fastest qualifier and to the driver setting the fastest lap.

Place Name Country Team Total Points United States Mexico United States United States United States United States Canada Canada United States United States United States Canada
1 Justin Sofio  United States Binder Racing 273 31 - 32 27 32 23 32 31 33 32 - -
2 Daryl Leiski  Canada Bite Racing 263 - - 23 25 22 27 28 25 21 27 33 32
3 Bob Siska  United States RJS Motorsport 257 21 - 25 19 23 21 25 21 27 23 25 27
4 Dan Cobb  United States Cobb Racing 240 27 27 17 15 25 33 23 27 25 21 - -
5 Lee Atkins  United States Atkins Racing 153 19 - 22 33 - - - - - 26 27 26
6 Mark Ishikawa  United States Ishikawa Racing 90 25 25 - 17 - - - - 23 - - -
7 Tim Hauraney  Canada Condor Motorsports 71 - - 27 23 - - 21 - - - - -
8 Roger Glover  United States Blackjack Racing 65 - - 19 21 - - - 25 - - - -
9 Rich Zober  United States Comprent Motorsports 52 - - - - 27 25 - - - - - -
10 Tom Nastasi  United States Blackforest Motorsports 33 - 33 - - - - - - - - - -
11 Rocky Moran, Jr.  United States P-1 Racing 25 25 - - - - - - - - - - -
12 Roby Feazell  United States US RaceTronics 17 17 - - - - - - - - - - -

See also

External links

References

Preceded by
2004 Toyota Atlantic Championship season
2005 Toyota Atlantic season Succeeded by
2006 Champ Car Atlantic Season
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