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2011 World Series by Renault

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2011 World Series by Renault
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The 2011 World Series by Renault was the seventh season of Renault Sport's series of events, with four different championships racing under one banner. Consisting of the Formula Renault 3.5 Series, Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, the Eurocup Mégane Trophy and Eurocup Clio, the World Series by Renault ran at seven different venues,[1] where fans could get into the meetings for no cost whatsoever, such is the uniqueness of the series.

The series began on 16 April at the Ciudad del Motor de Aragón in Alcañiz, and finished on 9 October at the Circuit de Catalunya, just outside Barcelona. Rounds at Brno, Magny-Cours and Hockenheim were dropped. While Nürburgring and Circuit Paul Ricard were included in series' schedule, while Formula Renault 3.5 had two extra races on its own, in support of the Monaco Grand Prix and FIA WTCC Race of Italy. The Eurocup Clio – replaced Eurocup F4 1.6 in World Series by Renault programme.

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.
Circuit Location Date Series Winning driver Winning team
Spain Ciudad del Motor de Aragón Alcañiz, Spain 16 April FR3.5 1 United States Alexander Rossi United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 1 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr. Finland Koiranen Motorsport
EMT 1 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
17 April FR3.5 2 Estonia Kevin Korjus France Tech 1 Racing
FR2.0 2 United Kingdom Will Stevens United Kingdom Fortec Motorsport
EMT 2 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Spa, Belgium 30 April FR3.5 3 Canada Robert Wickens United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 3 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr. Finland Koiranen Motorsport
EMT 3 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
EC 1 France Nicolas Milan France Milan Competition
1 May FR3.5 4 France Jean-Éric Vergne United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 4 Russia Daniil Kvyat Finland Koiranen Motorsport
EMT 4 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
EC 2 France Nicolas Milan France Milan Competition
Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza Monza, Italy 14 May FR3.5 5 Estonia Kevin Korjus France Tech 1 Racing
15 May FR3.5 6 France Jean-Éric Vergne United Kingdom Carlin
Monaco Circuit de Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco 29 May FR3.5 7 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Czech Republic ISR
Germany Nürburgring Nürburg, Germany 18 June FR3.5 8 Canada Robert Wickens United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 5 Netherlands Robin Frijns Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
EMT 5 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
EC 3 France Nicolas Milan France Milan Competition
19 June FR3.5 9 Estonia Kevin Korjus France Tech 1 Racing
FR2.0 6 Russia Daniil Kvyat Finland Koiranen Motorsport
EMT 6 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
EC 4 Netherlands Mike Verschuur Netherlands Equipe Verschuur
Hungary Hungaroring Mogyoród, Hungary 2 July FR3.5 10 France Jean-Éric Vergne United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 7 Netherlands Robin Frijns Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
EMT 7 Italy Niccolò Nalio Italy Oregon Racing
3 July FR3.5 11 France Jean-Éric Vergne United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 8 Sweden Timmy Hansen Austria Interwetten Junior Team
EMT 8 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit Silverstone, United Kingdom 20 August FR3.5 12 Canada Robert Wickens United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 9 Netherlands Robin Frijns Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
EMT 9 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
21 August FR3.5 13 Canada Robert Wickens United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 10 Netherlands Robin Frijns Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
EMT 10 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
France Circuit Paul Ricard Le Castellet, France 17 September FR3.5 14 France Jean-Éric Vergne United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 11 France Paul-Loup Chatin France Tech 1 Racing
EMT 11 Netherlands Bas Schothorst France TDS Racing
EC 5 Italy Massimiliano Pedalà Italy Rangoni Motorsport
18 September FR3.5 15 United States Alexander Rossi United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 12 Netherlands Robin Frijns Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
EMT 12 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
EC 6 France Nicolas Milan France Milan Competition
Spain Circuit de Catalunya Montmeló, Spain 8 October FR3.5 16 Canada Robert Wickens United Kingdom Carlin
FR2.0 13 Spain Javier Tarancón France Tech 1 Racing
EMT 13 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team
EC 7 Spain Azor Dueña France Milan Competition
9 October FR3.5 17 Spain Albert Costa Spain EPIC Racing
FR2.0 14 Spain Alex Riberas Spain EPIC Racing
EMT 14 Italy Niccolò Nalio Italy Oregon Racing
EC 8 France Nicolas Milan France Milan Competition
Icon Championship
FR3.5 Formula Renault 3.5 Series
FR2.0 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0
EMT Eurocup Mégane Trophy
F4 F4 Eurocup 1.6

Championships

Formula Renault 3.5 Series

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 Canada Robert Wickens United Kingdom Carlin 241
2 France Jean-Éric Vergne United Kingdom Carlin 232
3 United States Alexander Rossi United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 156
4 Spain Albert Costa Spain EPIC Racing 151
5 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Czech Republic ISR Racing 144

Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 Netherlands Robin Frijns Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing 245
2 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr. Finland Koiranen Motorsport 200
3 Russia Daniil Kvyat Finland Koiranen Motorsport 155
4 United Kingdom Will Stevens United Kingdom Fortec Motorsport 116
5 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne Belgium KTR 93

Eurocup Mégane Trophy

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Oregon Team 305
2 Italy Niccolò Nalio Italy Oregon Team 188
3 Netherlands Bas Schothorst France TDS Racing 149
4 Belgium David Dermont France TDS Racing 135
5 France Grégory Guilvert France Team Lompech Sport 97

Eurocup Clio

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 France Nicolas Milan France Milan Competition 186
2 Netherlands Mike Verschuur Netherlands Equipe Verschuur 114
3 Italy Massimiliano Pedalà Italy Rangoni Motorsport 63
4 Italy Simone Di Luca Italy Rangoni Motorsport 62
5 France Marc Thomas Guillot France Milan Competition 59

References

  1. ^ "2011 calendar". renault-sport.com. Renault Sport. 12 October 2010. Archived from the original on 30 November 2010. Retrieved 13 October 2010.
  • Linked articles contain additional references.

External links

This page was last edited on 13 January 2020, at 04:55
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