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2012 Racecar Euro Series

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2012 Racecar Euro Series
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The 2012 Racecar Euro Series was the 4th season of stock car racing in Europe, and the first under NASCAR sanction. The season began on April 8 at Circuit Paul Armagnac. Ander Vilariño was crowned Driver's Champion.

NASCAR's standard rules were adopted (beneficiary rule and green-white-checker finish).

Schedule

No. Race Title Track Date
1 Nogaro 200 France Circuit Paul Armagnac, Nogaro April 8
2 April 9
3 Brands Hatch 200 United Kingdom Brands Hatch, Swanley May 19
4 May 20
5 Spa 200 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa June 9
6 June 10
EuroRC Tours France Tours Speedway, Tours July 7
July 8
7 Valencia Semifinals Spain Circuito Ricardo Tormo, Cheste September 29
8 September 30
9 Le Mans Finals France Circuit Bugatti, Le Mans October 13
10 October 14

Results and standings

Races

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning Driver Winning Manufacturer
1 France Nogaro 200 Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
2 France Nogaro 200 Spain Javier Villa Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
3 United Kingdom Brands Hatch 200 France Romain Thievin Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
4 United Kingdom Brands Hatch 200 Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Javier Villa Chevrolet
5 Belgium Spa 200 Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
6 Belgium Spa 200 Spain Ander Vilariño France Romain Iannetta Dodge
France Michelin 100 France Romain Fournillier United States Ben Kennedy Chevrolet
France Evenements 100 France Carole Perrin France Éric Hélary Chevrolet
7 Spain Valencia Semifinals Spain Javier Villa Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
8 Spain Valencia Semifinals Spain Javier Villa Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
9 France Le Mans Finals Spain Ander Vilariño France Gael Castelli Ford
10 France Le Mans Finals France Gael Castelli France Gael Castelli Ford

Drivers

(key) Bold - Pole position awarded by time. Italics - Pole position set by final practice results or rainout. * – Most laps led.

Rank Driver NOG1 NOG2 BRH1 BRH2 SPA1 SPA2 TOU1 TOU2 VAL1 VAL2 LMS1 LMS2 Points
1 Ander Vilariño 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 7 10 667
2 Romain Thievin 2 3 2 3 2 10 3 2 2 2 651
3 Javier Villa (J) 4 2 3 1 19 3 2 3 6 6 603
4 Antoine Lioen 13 7 6 4 5 11 4 5 15 9 567
5 Romain Iannetta 5 16 5 9 20 1 10 4 3 3 566

External links

This page was last edited on 6 March 2020, at 06:12
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