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2014 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series

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2014 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series
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The 2014 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series was the sixth Racecar Euro Series season, and the second under the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series branding. The season consisted of six meetings – with two races at each meeting – starting on 12 April at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, and ending on 12 October at the Bugatti Circuit in Le Mans.

The Elite division title went down to the final race of the season, and was ultimately decided in favour of PK Carsport driver Anthony Kumpen, by just a single point. Kumpen only won one race during the season, coming at the final race weekend, but with top-ten finishes in each of the season's races, it allowed him to just fend off the defending champion Ander Vilariño of TFT Racing. Vilariño won the most races during the season with four and took the most podium finishes with nine, but lost the title due to the series' double points system that was in effect for the final two events of the season. Third place in the championship went to CAAL Racing's Eddie Cheever III, who took three wins during the season. A total of seven drivers won races in the division during the season, which set a new series record. Aside from the top trio in the championship, Yann Zimmer won at Valencia, Borja García and Frédéric Gabillon both won at the Nürburgring, while Mathias Lauda won a race at Tours Speedway, the series' first race to be held in wet conditions at an oval.

In the Elite 2 class, the championship battle was won by another PK Carsport driver as Maxime Dumarey sealed the title with a fifth-place finish in the final race of the season. Dumarey finished outside the top ten on only one occasion, and achieved a single victory during the season, coming at Magione. Finishing in the runner-up position, seven points adrift of Dumarey, was Renauer Motorsport's Philipp Lietz, who like Dumarey, only finished outside the top ten on one occasion. Lietz won the other race to be held at Magione, and moved ahead of Thomas Ferrando (OverDrive) in the standings, after Ferrando was forced to retire from the final Le Mans race. Ferrando was a double winner during the season, winning both races at the Nürburgring. Eight drivers won races during the season, with no driver winning more than two races. Neal Van Vaerenbergh (Valencia), Wilfred Boucenna (Brands Hatch) and Denis Dupont (Tours) were other double winners, with the remaining race wins taken by Guillaume Rousseau and Gabriele Gardel, at Le Mans.

With championship titles in both classes, PK Carsport were comfortable winners of the teams' championship, which counted points as a whole from both classes. PK Carsport finished 135 points clear of their nearest contenders, TFT – Banco Santander.

Teams and drivers

Elite 1 Division

Manufacturer Car Team No. Race Driver Rounds
Chevrolet Chevrolet SS France TFT Racing 2 Spain Ander Vilariño All
7 France Anthony Gandon All
France RDV Compétition 10 France Franck Violas 2
France Wilfried Boucenna 4–6
23 France Romain Iannetta 1–3
France Hugo Bec 4
France Franck Violas 5
28 France Frédéric Greiling 6
Belgium PK Carsport 11 Belgium Bert Longin All
24 Belgium Anthony Kumpen All
France OverDrive 33 Italy Gian Maria Gabbiani 1
Italy CAAL Racing 25 Italy Nicolò Rocca All
31 Italy Fabrizio Armetta All
51 Italy Eddie Cheever III All
Austria DF1 Racing by B66 Raceconsulting 66 Austria Mathias Lauda All
77 France Christophe Bouchut 1–4
Switzerland Yann Zimmer 5
Brazil Brazil Team 82 Brazil William Ayer, Jr. 1
Brazil Cassiano Rodrigues 2
Brazil Victor Guerin 3–6
83 Brazil Victor Guerin 1–2
Brazil Cassiano Rodrigues 3–4
Chevrolet Camaro Italy Events4you by Nocentini 6 Italy Fabrizio Del Monte 1
Italy Marco Spinelli 4–6
France Still Racing 12 France Frédéric Gabillon All
44 Sweden Freddy Nordström All
France OverDrive 22 Italy Andrea Larini 1–2
France Wilfried Boucenna 3
France Autosport 42 42 France Carole Perrin 3
Brazil Flag Racing 52 Brazil William Ayer, Jr. 2
France VTS 85 85 France Nicolas Gaudin 2, 6
Italy Eurokart Racing Team 88 Italy Simone Monforte All
United States Max Papis Racing 99 Italy Kevin Gilardoni 1
Dodge Dodge Challenger Belgium Brass Racing 78 Belgium Jerry De Weerdt 6
Ford Ford Mustang Spain Ford Autolix Competition 1 Spain Borja García All
4 Puerto Rico Victor Gonzalez, Jr. 1
Spain Pol Rosell 2
Spain Miguel Angel Dasi Perez 3
Spain Jose Manuel de Los Milagros 4–6
19 Spain Amir El Hage 1
France TFT Racing 3 Switzerland Yann Zimmer 1
France RDV Compétition 8 France Hugo Bec 1–3
France Didier Bec 4–6
United States Exotics Racing by Still 9 France Romain Thievin 2
France Bull Racing Team 13 France Guillaume Rousseau All
San Marino GDL Racing 67 Italy Gianluca de Lorenzi 5–6
Austria Renauer Motorsport 86 Austria Dominic Tiroch All
Toyota Toyota Camry United States VGJL Motorsports 17 Puerto Rico Victor Gonzalez, Jr. 2
France VdeV Sport France Pierre Roché 3
Luxembourg Racing Club Partners – Marc VDS 32 Belgium Bas Leinders All
46 Finland Markus Palttala 2, 4
Luxembourg Nathalie Maillet 5–6

Elite 2 Division

Manufacturer Car Team No. Race Driver Rounds
Chevrolet Chevrolet SS France TFT Racing 2 France Eric Quintal All
7 Italy Marsilio Canuti 1
Switzerland Léonard Vernet 2–6
France RDV Compétition 10 France Ulysse Delsaux 2–6
23 France Ulysse Delsaux 1
France Frédéric Greiling 2
France Franck Violas 3–5
28 France Franck Violas 6
Belgium PK Carsport 11 Belgium Neal Van Vaerenbergh 1
Belgium Jerry De Weerdt 2
Belgium Stienes Longin 3–4
Switzerland Gabriele Gardel 6
24 Belgium Maxime Dumarey All
France OverDrive 33 France Wilfried Boucenna 1–2
Italy CAAL Racing 25 Italy Nicolò Rocca 1
Italy Luca Pirri Ardizzone 2, 4
Italy Lorenzo Marcucci 3
Italy Gianmarco Ercoli 5–6
31 Italy Francesca Linossi 1
Italy Gianmarco Ercoli 2–4
Italy Leonardo Baccarelli 5–6
51 Italy Simone Laureti All
Austria DF1 Racing by B66 Raceconsulting 66 Italy Francesca Linossi 2–4
77 Italy Marsilio Canuti 2–3
Brazil Brazil Team 82 Brazil Marçal Melo All
83 Brazil Alex Fabiano 1–4
Chevrolet Camaro Italy Events4you by Nocentini 6 Italy Alessandro Tonoli 1
Italy Ruggero Melgrati 4, 6
Italy Marco Spinelli 5
France Still Racing 12 France Frédéric Greiling 1
France Stéphane Sabates 2–3, 5
Switzerland Joaquin Gabarrón 6
44 France Joseph Cozzella 1–3
France Pascal Hugot 6
France OverDrive 22 France Thomas Ferrando All
Brazil Flag Racing 52 Brazil Paulo Bonifacio 2
France VTS 85 85 France Jack Gaudin 2, 6
Italy Eurokart Racing Team 88 Italy Erika Monforte All
United States Max Papis Racing 99 Italy Luca Pirri Ardizzone 1
Dodge Dodge Challenger Belgium Brass Racing 78 Belgium Jerry De Weerdt 6
Ford Ford Mustang Spain Ford Autolix Competition 1 Spain Salvador Tineo Arroyo 2
Spain Amir El Hage 3–6
4 Spain Philippe Valenza 1
Spain Miguel Angel Dasi Perez 3
Spain Salvador Tineo Arroyo 4
Spain Carlos Martínez de Campos 5–6
19 Spain Pablo Gallego 1
France TFT Racing 3 Switzerland Léonard Vernet 1
France RDV Compétition 8 France Didier Bec 1, 3–6
France Hugo Bec 2
United States Exotics Racing by Still 9 France David Perisset 2
France Bull Racing Team 13 France Jérôme Laurin 1–2, 4
France Philippe Baudinière 3
France Guillaume Rousseau 5–6
San Marino GDL Racing 67 Italy Gianluca de Lorenzi 5–6
Austria Renauer Motorsport 86 Austria Philipp Lietz All
Toyota Toyota Camry United States VGJL Motorsports 17 United Kingdom Bradley Smith 2
France VdeV Sport France Eric van de Vyver 3
Luxembourg Racing Club Partners – Marc VDS 32 Belgium Denis Dupont All
46 Luxembourg Nathalie Maillet All

Schedule and results

The schedule was announced in December 2013.[1]

Elite 1

Round Race Title Track Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning Driver Winning Manufacturer
1 R1 Valencia NASCAR Fest Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia 12 April Belgium Bert Longin Spain Ander Vilariño Switzerland Yann Zimmer Ford
R2 13 April Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
2 R3 American SpeedFest United Kingdom Brands Hatch (Indy), Swanley 7 June Italy Eddie Cheever III Spain Ander Vilariño Italy Eddie Cheever III Chevrolet
R4 8 June Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
3 R5 Tours Speedway France Tours Speedway, Tours 6 July Italy Eddie Cheever III Spain Borja García Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
R6 7 July Spain Borja García Austria Mathias Lauda Austria Mathias Lauda Chevrolet
4 R7 Nürburgring 200 Germany Nürburgring (GP/D), Rhineland-Palatinate 19 July Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Borja García Ford
R8 20 July Spain Ander Vilariño France Frédéric Gabillon France Frédéric Gabillon Chevrolet
5 R9 Magione – Semifinal Italy Autodromo dell'Umbria, Umbria 20 September Italy Eddie Cheever III Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Chevrolet
R10 21 September Spain Ander Vilariño Italy Eddie Cheever III Italy Eddie Cheever III Chevrolet
6 R11 Le Mans – Final France Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans 11 October Spain Ander Vilariño Spain Ander Vilariño Belgium Anthony Kumpen Chevrolet
R12 12 October Spain Ander Vilariño Italy Eddie Cheever III Italy Eddie Cheever III Chevrolet
  Oval/Speedway
  Road Course

Elite 2

Round Race Title Track Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning Driver Winning Manufacturer
1 R1 Valencia NASCAR Fest Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia 12 April Belgium Neal Van Vaerenbergh Belgium Neal Van Vaerenbergh Belgium Neal Van Vaerenbergh Chevrolet
R2 13 April Belgium Neal Van Vaerenbergh Belgium Neal Van Vaerenbergh Chevrolet
2 R3 American SpeedFest United Kingdom Brands Hatch (Indy), Swanley 7 June Italy Marsilio Canuti France Wilfried Boucenna France Wilfried Boucenna Chevrolet
R4 8 June France Wilfried Boucenna France Wilfried Boucenna Chevrolet
3 R5 Tours Speedway France Tours Speedway, Tours 6 July Belgium Maxime Dumarey Belgium Denis Dupont Belgium Denis Dupont Toyota
R6 7 July Belgium Denis Dupont Belgium Denis Dupont Toyota
4 R7 Nürburgring 200 Germany Nürburgring (GP/D), Rhineland-Palatinate 19 July France Thomas Ferrando France Thomas Ferrando France Thomas Ferrando Chevrolet
R8 20 July France Thomas Ferrando France Thomas Ferrando Chevrolet
5 R9 Magione – Semifinal Italy Autodromo dell'Umbria, Umbria 20 September Belgium Maxime Dumarey Belgium Maxime Dumarey Belgium Maxime Dumarey Chevrolet
R10 21 September Belgium Maxime Dumarey Austria Philipp Lietz Ford
6 R11 Le Mans – Final France Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans 11 October France Guillaume Rousseau Belgium Denis Dupont France Guillaume Rousseau Ford
R12 12 October Belgium Denis Dupont Switzerland Gabriele Gardel Chevrolet
  Oval/Speedway
  Road Course

See also

References

  1. ^ "2014 Calendar : The promises of a great success!!!". NASCAR Whelen Euro Series. NASCAR Media Group, LLC. 13 December 2013. Retrieved 11 February 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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