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2015 Audi Sport TT Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2015 Audi Sport TT Cup
Previous: none Next: 2016
Parent series:
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
DTM Support series:
Porsche Carrera Cup Germany
FIA European Formula 3

The 2015 Audi Sport TT Cup season was the inaugural season of the Audi Sport TT Cup, a one-make sports car racing series organised by Audi. It began on 2 May at Hockenheim and finished on 18 October at the same venue after six double-header meetings,[1] all of which were support events for the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters.[1]

Poland's Jan Kisiel won the title by 25 points ahead of Danish driver Nicolaj Møller Madsen, while Dennis Marschall of Germany completed the championship top-3, a further 19.5 points in arrears of Møller Madsen. After trailing Marschall by twenty points after the first event at Hockenheim, Kisiel then achieved a run of eight successive podium finishes, with five victories in six races – including four wins in consecutive races at Oschersleben and the Nürburgring – moving him into the championship lead. A fifth-place in the first race at the Hockenheim finale sealed the championship. Møller Madsen – who started the season with five consecutive podium finishes including a win at the Norisring – and Marschall, who won a race at the season-opening event, were split by half a point going into the final weekend, but two podium finishes for Møller Madsen moved him clear.

Outside the top three drivers, Finnish driver Joonas Lappalainen finished in fourth place after achieving a pair of class wins behind guest drivers René Rast and Marco Bonanomi in the Hockenheim finale. Three other drivers won races during the season; Shaun Thong won at the Norisring, but that was his only podium finish of the 2015 season. Belgium's Alexis van de Poele – son of 1987 DTM champion Eric van de Poele – was declared winner of the rain-shortened race at the Red Bull Ring, while Austria's Marc Coleselli won the opening race of the season, but did not contest any further meetings during the season.

Drivers

No. Drivers Rounds
3 Poland Gosia Rdest[2] All
5 Russia Nikita Misyulya 3–5
7 Germany Christoph Hofbauer[2] 1–5
8 Hong Kong Shaun Thong[2] All
9 Turkey Kaan Önder[2] All
11 Switzerland Levin Amweg[2] 1–3, 6
14 United Kingdom Josh Caygill[2] All
17 Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen[2] All
26 Germany Dominik Peitz[2] All
27 Germany Dennis Marschall[2] All
33 Finland Emil Lindholm[2] All
40 Austria Marc Coleselli[2] 1
43 Poland Jan Kisiel[2] All
45 Finland Joonas Lappalainen[2] All
49 United States Sebastian Landy[2] All
50 Netherlands Loris Hezemans[2] All
55 Belgium Alexis van de Poele[2] All
89 Sweden Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky[2] All
92 Sweden Anton Marklund[2] 1–5
Guest drivers
4 United Kingdom Aaron Mason 6
93 Spain Jordi Gené 2
South Africa Jeffrey Kruger 6
94 United States Tanner Foust[3] 1
Monaco Pierre Casiraghi 2
Italy Emiliano Perucca Orfei 3
Germany Harald Grohs 4
Germany Matthias Malmedie 5
Italy Alberto Sabbatini 6
95 Finland Toomas Heikkinen[3] 1
Germany Albert von Thurn und Taxis 2
Switzerland Rahel Frey 3
Germany Frank Biela 4
Germany Nikolaus Schelle 5
Germany Reiner Kuhn 6
96 Germany Sven Hannawald[3] 1
Germany Marcus Graf von Oeynhausen-Sierstorpff 2
Norway Aksel Lund Svindal 3
Germany Uwe Alzen 4
India Aditya Patel 5
Sweden Jon Olsson 6
97 Austria Ferdinand Stuck 1
Germany Sebastian Schmidt 2
Germany Felix Neureuther 3
United Kingdom Alex Lloyd 4
Germany René Rast 6
98 Germany Horst von Saurma[3] 1
Germany Lutz Gernert 2
Austria Marcel Hirscher 3
Germany Tim Schrick 4
Germany Guido Naumann 5
Italy Marco Bonanomi 6
99 Germany Christian Gebhardt[3] 1
Germany Doreen Seidel 2–5
Germany Patrick Simon 6

Race calendar and results

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver
1 R1 Germany Hockenheimring, Baden-Württemberg 2 May Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen Austria Marc Coleselli
R2 3 May Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen Belgium Alexis van de Poele Germany Dennis Marschall
2 R1 Germany Norisring, Nuremberg 27 June Hong Kong Shaun Thong Germany Dominik Peitz Hong Kong Shaun Thong
R2 28 June Hong Kong Shaun Thong Sweden Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen
3 R1 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 1 August Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen Germany Dennis Marschall Poland Jan Kisiel
R2 2 August Belgium Alexis van de Poele Switzerland Levin Amweg Belgium Alexis van de Poele
4 R1 Germany Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, Saxony-Anhalt 12 September Poland Jan Kisiel Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen Poland Jan Kisiel
R2 13 September Poland Jan Kisiel Poland Jan Kisiel Poland Jan Kisiel
5 R1 Germany Nürburgring, Rhineland-Palatinate 26 September Finland Emil Lindholm Germany Dennis Marschall Poland Jan Kisiel
R2 27 September Poland Jan Kisiel Poland Jan Kisiel Poland Jan Kisiel
6 R1 Germany Hockenheimring, Baden-Württemberg 17 October Finland Joonas Lappalainen Italy Marco Bonanomi Germany René Rast
R2 18 October Germany René Rast Sweden Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky Italy Marco Bonanomi

Championship standings

Scoring system

Points were awarded to the top eighteen classified finishers as follows:

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th   16th   17th   18th 
Points 25 21 18 16 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Drivers' championship

The second race at the Red Bull Ring was red-flagged after four laps, due to a multi-car incident involving Christoph Hofbauer, Levin Amweg, Loris Hezemans, Kaan Önder, Emil Lindholm and Anton Marklund. The first three laps of the race had been completed behind the safety car, due to a heavy downpour. As less than 50% of the scheduled race distance had been covered, half points were awarded.[4]

Pos. Driver HOC
Germany
NOR
Germany
RBR
Austria
OSC
Germany
NÜR
Germany
HOC
Germany
Points
1 Poland Jan Kisiel 4 14 2 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 6 4 231
2 Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen 2 2 3 1 3 4 7 6 4 12 3 3 206
3 Germany Dennis Marschall 3 1 7 Ret 2 2 5 5 2 2 5 16 186.5
4 Finland Joonas Lappalainen 6 5 6 11 14 13 3 2 19 DNS 2 2 157.5
5 Finland Emil Lindholm 10 13 15 12 18 8 9 10 3 4 9 14 115
6 Hong Kong Shaun Thong Ret 16 1 16 11 10 10 18 8 5 20 12 106
7 Netherlands Loris Hezemans Ret 9 10 7 5 9 8 13 Ret 3 DSQ 8 105.5
8 Germany Dominik Peitz Ret Ret 9 9 7 11 13 8 20 10 4 6 105.5
9 Germany Christoph Hofbauer 8 7 5 8 6 7 6 9 18 DNS 105.5
10 United Kingdom Josh Caygill 11 19 13 6 13 16 4 7 7 16 15 Ret 103
11 Belgium Alexis van de Poele 17 3 11 Ret 17 1 14 14 Ret 7 8 7 100.5
12 Poland Gosia Rdest 15 20 18 13 8 17 17 11 9 9 13 9 90.5
13 Switzerland Levin Amweg 7 11 14 5 12 12 10 5 84
14 Turkey Kaan Önder Ret 12 Ret 10 9 6 11 Ret 12 17 11 13 79
15 Sweden Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky 9 Ret 8 3 10 18 Ret 12 6 Ret Ret Ret 75
16 Sweden Anton Marklund 14 8 12 Ret 15 14 12 21 14 11 63
17 Austria Marc Coleselli 1 4 41
18 United States Sebastian Landy Ret Ret 16 15 16 15 Ret 16 10 Ret 14 DNS 39.5
19 Russia Nikita Misyulya 20 20 16 15 11 8 33.5
Guest drivers ineligible for championship points
Germany René Rast 1 11 0
Italy Marco Bonanomi 12 1 0
Germany Uwe Alzen 2 3 0
Spain Jordi Gené 4 4 0
Switzerland Rahel Frey 4 5 0
United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Ret 4 0
India Aditya Patel 5 6 0
United States Tanner Foust 5 6 0
South Africa Jeffrey Kruger 7 10 0
Austria Ferdinand Stuck Ret 10 0
Germany Christian Gebhardt 12 17 0
Germany Doreen Seidel 19 17 19 23 15 19 17 13 0
Finland Toomas Heikkinen 13 21 0
Germany Nikolaus Schelle 13 Ret 0
Germany Matthias Malmedie 16 14 0
Germany Marcus Graf von Oeynhausen-Sierstorpff 17 14 0
Germany Guido Naumann 15 15 0
Germany Patrick Simon 16 15 0
Germany Horst von Saurma 16 15 0
Sweden Jon Olsson 17 18 0
Germany Tim Schrick 18 17 0
United Kingdom Aaron Mason Ret 17 0
Germany Reiner Kuhn 18 20 0
Monaco Pierre Casiraghi 20 18 0
Germany Sven Hannawald Ret 18 0
Italy Alberto Sabbatini 19 19 0
Italy Emiliano Perucca Orfei 21 19 0
Germany Sebastian Schmidt 21 19 0
Germany Harald Grohs Ret 20 0
Germany Albert von Thurn und Taxis Ret 20 0
Austria Marcel Hirscher 22 21 0
Germany Felix Neureuther 23 22 0
Norway Aksel Lund Svindal 24 24 0
Germany Frank Biela Ret Ret 0
Germany Lutz Gernert WD WD 0
Pos. Driver HOC
Germany
NOR
Germany
RBR
Austria
OSC
Germany
NÜR
Germany
HOC
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)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

References

  1. ^ a b "Challengers Welcome". Audi Motorsport. Audi. Retrieved 30 December 2014.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "Audi Sport TT Cup field confirmed". Audi Motorsport. Audi. 23 January 2015. Archived from the original on 13 April 2015. Retrieved 26 January 2015.
  3. ^ a b c d e "World premiere of the Audi Sport TT Cup". Audi Motorsport. Audi. 28 April 2015. Archived from the original on 29 April 2015. Retrieved 29 April 2015.
  4. ^ "General Regulations for Series run on Circuits / Automobile Sport – Audi Sport TT Cup" (PDF). Audi Sport TT Cup. Deutscher Motor Sport Bund, Audi AG. 8 April 2015. p. 19. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 September 2015. Retrieved 20 August 2015. Less than 50% of the scheduled distance = 50% points

External links

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