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2014 Asian Formula Renault Series

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2014 Asian Formula Renault Challenge
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2014 Asian Formula Renault Series (aka AFR Series) was the 15th Asian Formula Renault Series season since its creation by FRD in 2000. The series was based at the Zhuhai International Circuit, and four rounds of the season were held there. For 3 of them, AFR joined Pan Delta Racing Festival and for the season finale, it will be a support race of the Zhuhai 500 km Endurance Race. For the fifth round, at the Shanghai International Circuit, the series was the supporting race to the World Endurance Championship 2014 6 Hours of Shanghai In addition, the series also went to the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia for three-round race weekend.

The 2014 AFR Series saw drivers divided in to three categories: the International, Asian and Masters Classes. The International Class included drivers who were the front runners of previous AFR seasons or other national races. The Asian Class consisted of up-and-coming Asian drivers, while Masters Class was contested by experienced drivers who were 35 years old or above.[1]

Teams and drivers

2014 Entry List
Team No. Driver name Class Rounds
Champ Motorsport 1 Colombia Julio Acosta I 6
6 China Lu Guixiong A 2
7 China Qin Tianqi A All
12 China Ray Chan A 1
98 Hong Kong Jim Ka To I 1, 4
FRD Racing Team 2 Hong Kong Kenneth Lau M 1
8 United Kingdom Alice Powell I 2–6
26 Hong Kong Chan Wan To M 2, 4
33 Hong Kong Samson Chan M 3, 6
41 China Sky Ling A 1
Asia Racing Team 3 Singapore Ni Weiliang A 1, 5-6
9 Switzerland Thomas Lüdi M 1–4
11 China Pu Jun Jin A 1, 5-6
18 Indonesia Darma Hutomo A 3
20 Hong Kong Thomas Chow M 3
22 Malaysia Mitchell Cheah Min Jie A 2
36 Indonesia Senna Iriawan A 3
63 China Li Zhicong I 4
82 Hong Kong Leo Wong M 2
96 China Li Chao A 6
KRC 5 China Yang Fan A 1, 6
76 Taiwan Chris Chang M 3-5
77 China Wang Yang A 1–5
PS Racing 10 Hong Kong Sunny Wong A 6
52 Hong Kong Thomas Swift I 6
61 France Guillaume Cunnington M All
62 Mexico Abelardo Cuellar I 1–2
64 United States Pete Olson I 1
65 Italy Andrea Reggiani M 1
66 Canada Maxx Ebenal I All
67 China Neric Wei A All
68 France Sébastien Mailleux M 1–5
69 Germany Markus Engel M 4-5
99 China Victor Liang A 6
Q Team 14 China Jem Chen M 1
Individual 16 Canada Wayne Shen M 3
21 Hong Kong Dominic Benjamin Tjia A 3
28 Canada John Shen M 3
Buzz Racing 23 Japan Shigetomo Shimono I 1, 3-4
24 Japan Motoaki Ishikawa I 2
25 Japan Yosuke Yamazaki I 3, 6
27 Hong Kong Chacky Ip A 2
29 Hong Kong William Lau A 4
Icon Meaning
A Asian class
I International class
M Master class

Race calendar and results

Round Circuit Date Pole position Overall Winner International Class Winner Asian Class Winner Master Class Winner
1 R1 Zhuhai International Circuit
(Zhuhai, Guangdong)
22 March China Pu Jun Jin Hong Kong Jim Ka To Hong Kong Jim Ka To China Pu Jun Jin France Guillaume Cunnington
R2 23 March China Pu Jun Jin Japan Shigetomo Shimono Japan Shigetomo Shimono China Qin Tianqi France Guillaume Cunnington
2 R3 Sepang International Circuit
(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
9 May Canada Maxx Ebenal Canada Maxx Ebenal Canada Maxx Ebenal China Qin Tianqi France Guillaume Cunnington
R4 10 May Canada Maxx Ebenal China Qin Tianqi Canada Maxx Ebenal China Qin Tianqi France Guillaume Cunnington
R5 11 May China Qin Tianqi Canada Maxx Ebenal China Qin Tianqi Hong Kong Leo Wong
3 R6 Zhuhai International Circuit
(Zhuhai, Guangdong)
14 June Canada Maxx Ebenal United Kingdom Alice Powell United Kingdom Alice Powell China Qin Tianqi Canada Wayne Shen
R7 15 June Canada Maxx Ebenal Japan Shigetomo Shimono Japan Shigetomo Shimono China Qin Tianqi France Guillaume Cunnington
4 R8 Zhuhai International Circuit
(Zhuhai, Guangdong)
20 September United Kingdom Alice Powell United Kingdom Alice Powell United Kingdom Alice Powell China Qin Tianqi France Guillaume Cunnington
R9 21 September United Kingdom Alice Powell Japan Shigetomo Shimono Japan Shigetomo Shimono China Wang Yang Taiwan Chris Chang
5 R10 Shanghai International Circuit
(Shanghai)
1 November United Kingdom Alice Powell China Pu Jun Jin United Kingdom Alice Powell China Pu Jun Jin France Guillaume Cunnington
R11 2 November United Kingdom Alice Powell China Pu Jun Jin Canada Maxx Ebenal China Pu Jun Jin Hong Kong Leo Wong
6 R12 Zhuhai International Circuit
(Zhuhai, Guangdong)
13 December China Pu Jun Jin United Kingdom Alice Powell United Kingdom Alice Powell China Pu Jun Jin Hong Kong Samson Chan
R13 China Pu Jun Jin United Kingdom Alice Powell United Kingdom Alice Powell China Pu Jun Jin France Guillaume Cunnington

Notes

† - Supporting race to 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship Round in Shanghai.

[2]

References

  1. ^ http://frdsports.com/en/news-304.html Asian Formula Renault Series to enter its 15th Anniversary (14 March 2014)
  2. ^ http://www.frdsports.com/AFR/download

External links

This page was last edited on 22 January 2021, at 05:51
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