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2014 Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup

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2014 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC
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The 2014 Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup was the ninth Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup season, an open-wheel motor racing series for emerging young racing drivers based in Europe. It was contested over 7 race meetings and a total of 15 races – 17 scheduled races, with 2 cancelled due to weather conditions – commencing on 12 April at Monza and concluding on 20 September at the Nürburgring.

The championship title was won by British driver Ben Barnicoat, a member of McLaren's young driver programme, after recording top-ten finishes in all but two of the season's races. Barnicoat, who won races at Hockenheim and Most, finished 16 points clear of his closest rival, Louis Delétraz, who was the winner of the opening race of the season, at Monza. Third place in the championship was settled via a tie-break, as Seb Morris and Steijn Schothorst finished level on points; the tie was settled in favour of Morris, as his two wins – at Silverstone and Assen – gave him the advantage over Schothorst's sole win, at Spa.

Over the course of the season, 11 different drivers won a race. Aside from Barnicoat and Morris, other drivers to win twice were Gustav Malja, who finished fifth in the championship, and Kevin Jörg, who only contested four meetings during the season. Single race victories were taken by full-time series competitor Callan O'Keeffe, Andrea Pizzitola, Levin Amweg, Alexander Albon and Aurélien Panis, however none of the quintet finished higher than O'Keeffe's seventh place in the final championship standings. The teams' championship was won by Josef Kaufmann Racing, thanks to the results of Delétraz, Malja, Jörg and Ryan Tveter.

Drivers and teams

Team No. Driver name Rounds
Poland Inter Europol[1] 2 Canada David Richert[2] 1–2, 4, 6
3 Germany Max Biedermann[3] 1
United States Robert Siska[4] 2–3, 7
47 Germany Max Biedermann[3] 2
52 Germany Phillip Hamprecht 5, 7
France ART Junior Team[3] 4 France Aurélien Panis[5] 1–3
5 United Kingdom Jake Hughes[6] 6–7
35 Switzerland Levin Amweg[5] 1–3
36 South Africa Callan O'Keeffe[5] 1–6
38 Australia James Allen[3] 1
United Kingdom Mark Burdett Racing 5 United Kingdom Jake Hughes[7] 1–5
6 United Kingdom Raoul Owens[8] All
Austria Speedfish Racing[1] 7 Austria Stefan Riener[3] All
Sweden Fragus BR Motorsport[3] 8 Sweden Robin Hansson[3] All
49 Switzerland Cédric Freiburghaus 6
Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport[1] 9 Sweden Philip Morin[9] 1–3
10 Ecuador Julio Moreno[3] All
11 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst[3] All
12 France Andrea Pizzitola[3] 1–2, 6–7
Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing[1] 14 Sweden Gustav Malja[10] All
15 Switzerland Kevin Jörg[11] 1, 4, 6–7
16 United States Ryan Tveter[12] All
17 Switzerland Louis Delétraz[11] All
Spain AVF[1] 18 Netherlands Roy Geerts[13] All
19 Czech Republic Josef Záruba[14] All
20 United Kingdom Matthew Graham[15] All
21 South Africa Nicholas Surguladze[15] 1–2
22 Spain Inigo Bikuna[16] 4–7
25 France Jules Gounon[3] 4–7
Belgium KTR[3] 23 Thailand Alexander Albon[3] 1, 5–6
24 United Kingdom Gregor Ramsay[3] 1, 5–6
25 France Jules Gounon[3] 1
36 South Africa Callan O'Keeffe 7
Denmark KEO Racing 26 Mexico Fabian Welter[17] 1
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 31 United Kingdom Seb Morris[18] All
32 Mexico Jorge Cevallos[19] 1–3
33 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat[20] All
34 Croatia Martin Kodrić[21] All
Italy Brixia Horse Power[3] 39 Italy Andrea Baiguera[3] 1, 4
Slovenia AS Motorsport by GSK[3] 40 Ukraine Danyil Pronenko[22] 1
48 Italy Matteo Cairoli[22] 1
Finland PositiOne[3] 41 Finland Leopold Ringbom[3] 1–3
42 Finland Lassi Halminen[4] 2
50 Finland Harri Salminen[5] 3–7
Italy Euronova[22] 43 Italy Salvatore De Plano[23] 3
44 United Kingdom Sennan Fielding[24] 2
45 Poland Jakub Dalewski[22] 1
46 Japan Ukyo Sasahara[22] All
51 Italy Michele La Rosa[16] 4–5
53 Russia Ivan Matveev[25] 6–7
Germany SL Formula Racing 49 Switzerland Cédric Freiburghaus[4] 2, 4

Race calendar and results

The seven-event calendar for the 2014 season was announced on 12 December 2013.[26]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Event
1 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 12 April Switzerland Louis Delétraz Japan Ukyo Sasahara Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing Blancpain Endurance Series
R2 13 April Switzerland Kevin Jörg Switzerland Kevin Jörg Switzerland Kevin Jörg Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
2 R1 United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit 24 May France Aurélien Panis Switzerland Levin Amweg Switzerland Levin Amweg France ART Junior Team Blancpain Endurance Series
R2 25 May United Kingdom Seb Morris United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Seb Morris United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
3 R1 Germany Hockenheimring 14 June Sweden Gustav Malja Switzerland Levin Amweg Sweden Gustav Malja Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing Stuttgarter Rössle Hockenheimring
R2 15 June United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat South Africa Callan O'Keeffe United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
R3 France Aurélien Panis South Africa Callan O'Keeffe France Aurélien Panis France ART Junior Team
4 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 25 July Switzerland Kevin Jörg Switzerland Kevin Jörg Switzerland Kevin Jörg Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing Blancpain Endurance Series
(Spa 24 Hours)
R2 26 July Switzerland Kevin Jörg Switzerland Kevin Jörg Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport
5 R1 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen 2 August South Africa Callan O'Keeffe South Africa Callan O'Keeffe South Africa Callan O'Keeffe France ART Junior Team Gamma Racing Day
R2 3 August United Kingdom Seb Morris United Kingdom Seb Morris United Kingdom Seb Morris United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
6 R1 Czech Republic Autodrom Most 30 August United Kingdom Seb Morris Sweden Gustav Malja United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports ADAC Truck Grand Prix
R2 31 August United Kingdom Raoul Owens Thailand Alexander Albon Thailand Alexander Albon Belgium KTR
R3 Race postponed due to heavy rain
7 R1 Germany Nürburgring 19 September France Andrea Pizzitola France Andrea Pizzitola France Andrea Pizzitola Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport Blancpain Endurance Series
(1000 km Nürburgring)
R2 20 September Czech Republic Josef Záruba Sweden Gustav Malja Sweden Gustav Malja Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
R3 21 September France Andrea Pizzitola Race cancelled due to fog

Championship standings

Drivers' championship

  • 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 MNZ
Italy
SIL
United Kingdom
HOC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
ASS
Netherlands
MST
Czech Republic
NÜR
Germany
Points
1 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat 9 4 6 18 2 1 6 2 5 2 Ret 1 7 C 4 4 C 258
2 Switzerland Louis Delétraz 1 2 13 21 4 6 8 3 2 8 3 4 10 C 7 5 C 242
3 United Kingdom Seb Morris 15 7 14 1 21 5 9 8 Ret 4 1 3 3 C 2 6 C 224
4 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst 5 3 5 3 9 2 7 4 1 Ret 7 Ret 4 C 11 7 C 224
5 Sweden Gustav Malja Ret Ret 4 DNS 1 9 4 6 3 3 5 21 6 C 20 1 C 193
6 Japan Ukyo Sasahara 2 Ret 10 7 8 18 5 7 4 9 4 8 9 C 5 12 C 191
7 South Africa Callan O'Keeffe Ret 25 8 2 5 4 2 Ret 14 1 8 9 5 C 16 11 C 187
8 United Kingdom Jake Hughes Ret 26 3 5 7 8 10 10 9 16 11 7 22 C 6 10 C 152
9 United States Ryan Tveter Ret 15 15 6 12 11 11 5 15 6 2 12 11 C 15 13 C 150
10 United Kingdom Raoul Owens 8 9 7 20 NC 10 12 11 Ret Ret 12 15 2 C 12 14 C 125
11 Austria Stefan Riener 22 24 11 9 10 7 Ret 9 7 10 6 10 Ret C 8 24 C 123
12 United Kingdom Matthew Graham 19 6 9 4 Ret 23 19 13 6 7 DSQ 13 16 C 13 8 C 119
13 Switzerland Kevin Jörg 7 1 1 20 5 14 C 3 DNS C 118
14 France Andrea Pizzitola 3 5 WD WD 6 8 C 1 3 C 114
15 Switzerland Levin Amweg 4 27 1 Ret 3 3 3 107
16 Czech Republic Josef Záruba 14 10 21 12 13 16 Ret 17 21† 12 Ret 11 13 C 9 2 C 107
17 Thailand Alexander Albon 6 18 5 Ret 2 1 C 88
18 Croatia Martin Kodrić 12 28 WD WD 11 12 Ret 18 13 18 9 16 12 C 14 16 C 80
19 France Aurélien Panis Ret Ret 2 Ret 6 13 1 77
20 Sweden Robin Hansson Ret 21 19 8 15 15 13 16 8 13 14 Ret 18 C Ret 17 C 75
21 Netherlands Roy Geerts Ret 13 12 Ret 14 22 Ret 14 10 11 10 Ret 17 C Ret 15 C 73
22 Ecuador Julio Moreno 17 17 16 13 20 17 16 12 16 17 16 Ret 15 C 19 21 C 62
23 France Jules Gounon Ret 14 15 11 14 DSQ 20 25 C 10 9 C 54
24 United Kingdom Gregor Ramsay 10 8 15 15 14 24 C 43
25 Mexico Jorge Cevallos Ret 22 17 10 17 14 15 32
26 Finland Leopold Ringbom 13 12 Ret 16 Ret 19 14 31
27 Sweden Philip Morin 21 16 20 11 16 Ret 17 25
28 Switzerland Cédric Freiburghaus 18 15 22 12 17 19 C 24
29 Poland Jakub Dalewski 11 11 20
30 Germany Phillip Hamprecht 19 13 17 20 C 15
31 Russia Ivan Matveev 18 20 C 18 18 C 10
32 United States Robert Siska DNS 19 18 21 18 DNS 23 C 8
33 Finland Lassi Halminen 22 14 7
34 Ukraine Danyil Pronenko 16 19 7
35 Italy Andrea Baiguera Ret Ret 19 17 6
36 Finland Harri Salminen 22 20 Ret 21 19 21 18 DNS 21 C 22 22 C 6
37 Canada David Richert 20 23 WD WD 24 18 19 23 C 6
38 Italy Michele la Rosa 20 Ret 22 17 5
39 Spain Inigo Bikuna 23 DNS 20 19 Ret Ret C 21 19 C 5
40 Germany Max Biedermann WD WD 24 17 4
41 South Africa Nicholas Surguladze 18 20 23 22 4
42 Italy Salvatore De Plano 19 Ret 20 3
United Kingdom Sennan Fielding DNS DNS 0
Mexico Fabian Welter WD WD 0
Australia James Allen WD WD 0
Italy Matteo Cairoli WD WD 0
Pos Driver MNZ
Italy
SIL
United Kingdom
HOC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
ASS
Netherlands
MST
Czech Republic
NÜR
Germany
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

Teams' championship

Pos Team MNZ
Italy
SIL
United Kingdom
HOC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
ASS
Netherlands
MST
Czech Republic
NÜR
Germany
Points
1 Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing 1 1 4 6 1 6 4 1 2 3 2 4 6 C 3 1 C 334
2 United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 9 4 6 1 2 1 6 2 5 2 1 1 3 C 2 4 C 328
3 Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport 3 3 5 3 9 2 7 4 1 17 7 6 4 C 1 3 C 273
4 France ART Junior Team 4 25 1 2 3 3 1 Ret 17 1 8 7 5 C 6 10 C 255
5 Italy Euronova 2 11 10 7 8 18 5 7 4 9 4 8 9 C 5 12 C 201
6 United Kingdom Mark Burdett Motorsport 8 9 3 5 7 8 10 10 9 16 11 15 2 C 12 14 C 185
7 Spain AVF 14 6 9 4 13 16 19 13 6 7 19 11 13 C 9 2 C 167
8 Austria Speedfish Racing 22 24 11 9 10 7 Ret 9 7 10 6 10 Ret C 8 24 C 132
9 Belgium KTR 6 8 5 15 1 2 C 16 11 C 119
10 Sweden Fragus BR Motorsport Ret 21 19 8 15 15 13 16 8 13 14 17 18 C Ret 17 C 78
11 Finland PositiOne 13 12 Ret 14 22 19 14 21 19 21 18 DNS 21 C 22 22 C 38
12 Poland Inter Europol 20 23 24 17 18 21 18 24 18 19 13 19 23 C 17 20 C 29
13 Germany SL Formula Racing 18 15 22 13 19
14 Slovenia AS Motorsport by GSK 16 19 7
15 Italy Brixia Horse Power Ret Ret 19 17 4
Denmark KEO Racing WD WD 0
Pos Team MNZ
Italy
SIL
United Kingdom
HOC
Germany
SPA
Belgium
ASS
Netherlands
MST
Czech Republic
NÜR
Germany
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

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