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2013 Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup

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2013 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC
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The 2013 Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup was the eighth Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup season, an open-wheel motor racing series for emerging young racing drivers based in Europe. The season began at Hockenheimring on 7 April and ended on 14 October at Zandvoort, after sixteen races at seven events.

The title was clinched by Fortec Motorsports driver Matt Parry, who won five races.[1] His teammate Jack Aitken finished as runner-up after five podium finishes. Dennis Olsen with three podiums completed the top three in the drivers' standings. Wins in other races were shared between non-regular drivers Oliver Rowland, Steijn Schothorst, Andrea Pizzitola, Esteban Ocon, Óscar Tunjo and Jake Dennis.

Drivers and teams

Team No. Driver name Rounds
Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing 1 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst[2] 1, 5–7
2 Sweden Gustav Malja[3] 1–2, 6
3 Colombia Óscar Tunjo[2] 2, 4, 6
4 Norway Dennis Olsen[2] All
5 Switzerland Louis Delétraz[4] All
Poland Inter Europol[5] 6 Poland Jakub Śmiechowski[6] All
45 Germany Max Biedermann 6–7
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 7 United Kingdom Jake Dennis[6] 1–2
8 Finland Mikko Pakkari[6] 1–2, 5
9 United Arab Emirates Ed Jones[6] 1–2
28 India Shahaan Engineer[7] 1–2
29 Indonesia Philo Paz Armand[8] All
30 United Kingdom Matt Parry[9] All
31 United Kingdom Jack Aitken[8] All
52 United Kingdom Sam MacLeod[10] 4–6
Germany SL Formula[5] 10 Switzerland Cédric Freiburghaus[6] All
11 Switzerland Simon Stoller[6] 1–2
41 United States Robert Siska[10] 3–4, 7
53 United Kingdom Sean Walkinshaw[10] 4
France ART Junior Team[11] 12 Italy Alberto di Folco[12] 4–7
14 France Alexandre Baron[6] 1–2
15 France Esteban Ocon[6] 1–2, 6
16 France Andrea Pizzitola[11] 1–2, 4–7
17 Thailand Tanart Sathienthirakul[11] All
18 France Nicolas Jamin[11] All
50 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua[13] 6–7
Luxembourg RC Formula 19 Russia Roman Mavlanov[14] 1–2, 4, 7
20 France Aurélien Panis[15] 1–2
United Kingdom Mark Burdett Racing 21 Colombia Andrés Méndez[16] All
22 United Kingdom Raoul Owens[17] All
Denmark KEO Racing[18] 23 Sweden Erik Johansson[6] 1–2
24 United Kingdom James Fletcher 3
54 Sweden Kevin Kleveros 5
55 Czech Republic Josef Záruba[19] 6–7
56 Denmark Michael Markussen 7
Italy JD Motorsport[20] 25 Venezuela Juan Branger[6] All
26 Poland Jakub Dalewski[21] 1–6
United Kingdom JTR Racing[18] 33 Ecuador Julio Moreno[22] All
Finland PositiOne Motorsport[6] 34 Finland Miika Laiho[23] 1–3
United Kingdom Fortec Competition 35 Russia Roman Beregech[8] All
36 United States Ryan Tveter[24] All
37 Mexico Alfonso Celis Jr.[25] All
38 Austria Corinna Kamper[26] 2–7
Spain AV Formula 39 Spain Fran Rueda[27] All
40 France Victor Sendin[27] 1–3
51 Poland Aleksander Bosak[28] 5–7
Belgium KTR 42 Japan Yu Kanamaru[22] 1, 5–6
43 Thailand Alex Albon[22] 1, 6
44 Italy Ignazio D'Agosto[22] 1
Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport 46 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland[22] 1, 6–7
47 Argentina Javier Merlo[22] 1
Czech Republic Krenek Motorsport 49 Slovakia Christian Malcharek[26] 2, 6
Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport 58 Singapore Andrew Tang 7
Italy Brixia Horse Power 59 Italy Andrea Baiguera 7

Race calendar and results

The seven-event calendar for the 2013 season was revealed on 2 November 2012.[29]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Event
1 R1 Germany Hockenheimring 6 April United Kingdom Matt Parry France Esteban Ocon France Esteban Ocon France ART Junior Team Preis der Stadt Stuttgart
R2 7 April United Kingdom Matt Parry France Esteban Ocon United Kingdom Jake Dennis United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
R3 France Andrea Pizzitola France Andrea Pizzitola France Andrea Pizzitola France ART Junior Team
2 R1 Germany Nürburgring 21 April Colombia Óscar Tunjo United Kingdom Matt Parry United Kingdom Matt Parry United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports AvD 100 Miles
R2 United Kingdom Matt Parry France Esteban Ocon United Kingdom Matt Parry United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
3 R1 United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit 1 June United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Matt Parry United Kingdom Matt Parry United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports Blancpain Endurance Series
R2 2 June United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Matt Parry United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
4 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 26 July Colombia Óscar Tunjo Colombia Óscar Tunjo Colombia Óscar Tunjo Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing Spa 24 Hours
R2 27 July Colombia Óscar Tunjo United Kingdom Matt Parry United Kingdom Matt Parry United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
5 R1 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen 3 August Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing Gamma Racing Day
R2 4 August Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
6 R1 Czech Republic Autodrom Most 31 August United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Oliver Rowland Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport ADAC Truck Grand Prix
R2 1 September United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Oliver Rowland Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport
R3 France Andrea Pizzitola United Kingdom Alex Albon Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
7 R1 Netherlands Circuit Park Zandvoort 12 October United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Oliver Rowland Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport Formido Finaleraces
R2 13 October United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Oliver Rowland Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport
R3 Norway Dennis Olsen Race cancelled[N 1]

Championship standings

  • Championship points were awarded on a 30, 24, 20, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 to the top 20 classified finishers in each race.
Pos Driver HOC
Germany
NÜR
Germany
SIL
United Kingdom
SPA
Belgium
ASS
Netherlands
MST
Czech Republic
ZAN
Netherlands
Points
1 United Kingdom Matt Parry 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 2 Ret 23 26 4 Ret C 289
2 United Kingdom Jack Aitken 5 Ret 22 8 9 2 2 3 20 2 4 4 3 12 5 4 C 230
3 Norway Dennis Olsen 11 16 11 7 12 3 4 12 7 3 3 10 6 10 6 5 C 211
4 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland 3 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 C 208
5 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst 8 10 5 1 1 5 4 1 2 6 C 202
6 France Andrea Pizzitola 6 11 1 Ret 4 23 2 6 6 6 8 5 3 Ret C 190
7 France Nicolas Jamin 31 Ret 28 21 17 4 3 7 10 7 10 11 12 7 15 7 C 144
8 Poland Jakub Dalewski 12 14 10 10 16 8 Ret 10 Ret Ret 8 7 11 6 7 19 C 135
9 United Kingdom Raoul Owens 13 15 15 Ret 19 12 21 4 3 8 7 9 14 9 20 Ret C 127
10 Finland Mikko Pakari 2 5 4 5 3 5 5 125
11 Thailand Tanart Sathienthirakul 21 13 16 15 18 7 19 9 5 9 12 Ret 10 19 11 8 C 123
12 France Esteban Ocon 1 4 8 2 7 Ret 2 Ret 122
13 Colombia Óscar Tunjo 3 10 1 Ret 2 5 4 118
14 Mexico Alfonso Celis Jr. Ret Ret 24 12 13 5 7 20 13 12 11 22 15 21 13 3 C 109
15 Sweden Gustav Malja 9 7 7 28 2 3 7 Ret 98
16 United States Ryan Tveter 30 25 25 Ret 11 19 9 5 4 16 14 19 17 27 9 24 C 87
17 Russia Roman Beregech 17 23 Ret Ret 15 6 6 Ret 8 Ret 16 Ret 21 17 8 10 C 86
18 Russia Roman Mavlanov Ret 8 Ret 16 21 8 6 10 2 C 81
19 Switzerland Louis Delétraz 25 29 19 Ret 14 Ret 5 21 11 11 9 24 16 13 18 17 C 77
20 Italy Alberto di Folco Ret 12 10 13 13 18 8 12 9 C 73
21 France Victor Sendin 10 21 18 6 8 9 13 62
22 Thailand Alex Albon 32 9 23 8 9 2 61
23 India Shahaan Engineer 7 6 6 9 Ret 56
24 Spain Fran Rueda Ret 24 Ret 19 20 DNS 12 6 Ret 15 27 14 20 14 22 13 C 56
25 Ecuador Julio Moreno 29 Ret 29 25 25 10 8 16 14 17 24 21 28 16 28 18 C 48
26 Japan Yu Kanamaru 15 Ret 14 14 15 12 19 11 47
27 France Aurélien Panis 18 12 21 4 5 45
28 Indonesia Philo Paz Armand 22 20 33 17 22 15 15 15 16 21 17 18 22 23 Ret 11 C 45
29 United Arab Emirates Ed Jones 14 18 13 11 6 43
30 United Kingdom Sam MacLeod 11 9 13 26 16 13 Ret 43
31 United Kingdom Jake Dennis 24 1 9 Ret DNS 42
32 Switzerland Cédric Freiburghaus 23 28 26 14 27 16 10 17 Ret 18 21 23 25 22 16 25 C 35
33 Sweden Erik Johansson 16 17 12 13 Ret 26
34 Austria Corinna Kamper 20 30 DNS 18 14 Ret 22 23 15 Ret Ret 29 14 C 24
35 Colombia Andrés Méndez 27 Ret 27 22 29 13 16 Ret 15 20 20 28 DNS DNS Ret 22 C 21
36 United Kingdom James Fletcher 11 11 20
37 Venezuela Juan Branger 26 Ret Ret 26 26 17 14 18 17 25 25 26 24 24 18
38 Singapore Andrew Tang 14 12 C 16
39 Poland Aleksander Bosak 23 22 17 30 15 23 16 C 15
40 Poland Jakub Śmiechowski 20 22 31 18 23 DNS 20 13 21 24 19 Ret DNS 25 21 Ret C 15
41 Finland Miika Laiho 33 27 32 23 Ret 14 17 11
42 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua Ret 26 28 19 15 C 8
43 Czech Republic Josef Záruba 20 29 18 17 Ret C 8
44 United States Robert Siska 18 22 22 19 27 23 C 5
45 United Kingdom Sean Walkinshaw 19 18 5
46 Sweden Kevin Kleveros 19 18 5
47 Argentina Javier Merlo 19 19 20 5
48 Italy Ignazio D'Agosto Ret Ret 17 4
49 Slovakia Christian Malcharek 24 24 27 Ret 20 1
50 Italy Andrea Baiguera 24 20 C 1
51 Germany Max Biedermann 25 27 Ret 26 21 C 0
52 Denmark Michael Markussen 25 Ret C 0
53 Switzerland Simon Stoller 28 26 30 27 Ret 0
54 France Alexandre Baron Ret Ret DNS 29 28 0
Pos Driver HOC
Germany
NÜR
Germany
SIL
United Kingdom
SPA
Belgium
ASS
Netherlands
MST
Czech Republic
ZAN
Netherlands
Points
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

Footnotes

  1. ^ The third race at Zandvoort was cancelled due to rain.

References

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