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2008 Formul'Academy Euro Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2008 Formul'Academy Euro Series season
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The 2008 Formul'Academy Euro Series season was the sixteenth season of the series for 1600cc Formula Renault machinery, and the first under the Formul'Academy Euro Series guise.

It replaced the FFSA Formule Campus Renault Elf, and was managed by the Auto Sport Academy. The series used Signatech chassis powered by Renault K4MRS 1600cc engines. Rounds were contested in France, Belgium, Czech Republic and United Kingdom at 7 venues.

Race calendar and results

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver
1 R1 France Circuit de Lédenon, Lédenon 26 April France Arthur Pic France Mike Courquin
R2 27 April France Arthur Pic France Arthur Pic France Arthur Pic
2 R1 France Circuit de Pau-Ville, Pau 1 June France Arno Santomato France Arthur Pic United Kingdom Ashley Babbra
R2 2 June France Arthur Pic France Arthur Pic France Arno Santamato
3 R1 France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours 21 June France Arthur Pic France Arthur Pic France Arthur Pic
R2 22 June France Côme Ledogar France Côme Ledogar France Côme Ledogar
4 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa 1 August France Arthur Pic France Arthur Pic France Arthur Pic
R2 2 August France Arthur Pic France Côme Ledogar France Arthur Pic
5 R1 Czech Republic Brno Circuit 13 September France Côme Ledogar France Mike Courquin France Arthur Pic
R2 14 September France Vincent Beltoise United Kingdom Ashley Babbra France Arthur Pic
6 R1 France Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans 4 October France Arthur Pic France Côme Ledogar France Côme Ledogar
R2 5 October France Côme Ledogar France Vincent Beltoise France Hugo Valente
7 R1 United Kingdom Snetterton Circuit, Norfolk 1 November France Mike Courquin France Côme Ledogar France Côme Ledogar
R2 2 November United Kingdom Ashley Babbra France Côme Ledogar France Côme Ledogar

Championship standings

Drivers

  • Points were awarded to the drivers as follows:
Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 PP FL
Points 15 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 1
Pos[1] Driver Points
1 France Arthur Pic 145
2 France Côme Ledogar 97
3 United Kingdom Ashley Babbra 95
4 France Mike Courquin 78
5 Spain Javier Tarancon 73
6 France Arno Santamato 66
7 France Hugo Valente 36
8 France Mathieu Maurage 35
9 France Michaël Denis 31
10 Spain Jordi Cunill Gomez 30
11 Canada Elie Arseneau 29
12 France Vincent Beltoise 28
13 France Maxime Pialat 19
14 France Kévin Bole Besançon 16
15 France David Assaad 11
16 France Boris Bouvier 9
17 France Romain Vozniak 8
18 France Clément Sudre 6
19 United Arab Emirates Saeed Al Mehairi 3
20 France Gary Chalandon 1
21 United Arab Emirates Mohammed Al Awadi 0
22 United Arab Emirates Mohamed Al Mutawaa 0
23 France Marc-Antoine Dannielou 0
24 France Carole Perrin 0

References

External links

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