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2006 World Series by Renault

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2006 World Series by Renault
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The 2006 World Series by Renault was the second season of Renault Sport's series of events, with three different championships racing under one banner.

Review

Formula Renault 3.5 Series

Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0

Eurocup Mégane Trophy

Race calendar

  • Event in light blue is not part of the World Series, but is a championship round for the Formula Renault 3.5 Series.

Championships

Formula Renault 3.5 Series

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 Sweden Alx Danielsson United Kingdom Comtec Racing 112
2 Spain Borja García Italy RC Motorsport 107
3 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado Italy Draco Multiracing USA 103
4 Spain Andy Soucek Austria Interwetten.com 99
5 Portugal Álvaro Parente Italy Victory Engineering 94

Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 Portugal Filipe Albuquerque Germany Motopark Academy 99
2 New Zealand Chris van der Drift Italy JD Motorsport 91
3 Netherlands Carlo van Dam France SG Formula 90
4 Belgium Bertrand Baguette Spain Epsilon Euskadi 88
5 Denmark Kasper Andersen Italy JD Motorsport 78

Eurocup Mégane Trophy

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 Netherlands Jaap van Lagen Netherlands Equipe Verschuur 149
2 France Matthieu Lahaye France Tech 1 Racing 123
3 Portugal César Campaniço Belgium Racing for Belgium 107
4 France Jean-Philippe Dayraut Spain Epsilon Euskadi 98
5 France Bruce Lorgere-Roux France Tech 1 Racing 68

References

  • Linked articles contain additional references.

External links

This page was last edited on 14 June 2021, at 09:14
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