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2015 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0

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2015 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0
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Parent series:
Formula Renault 3.5 Series
Support series:
Renault Sport Trophy

The 2015 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season was a multi-event motor racing championship for open wheel, formula racing cars held across Europe. The championship featured drivers competing in 2 litre Formula Renault single seat race cars that conform to the technical regulations for the championship. The 2015 season was the 25th Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season organized by Renault Sport. The season began at Ciudad del Motor de Aragón on 25 April and finished on 18 October at Circuito de Jerez. The series formed part of the World Series by Renault meetings, with seventeen races at seven race meetings. The championship was won by British driver Jack Aitken.

Teams and drivers

Team No. Driver name Status Rounds
Finland Koiranen GP[1] 1 Australia Anton de Pasquale[2] R 1–5
2 United Kingdom Jake Hughes[3] All
3 United Kingdom Jack Aitken[4] All
40 Brazil Bruno Baptista[5] R 1–2
43 Germany Philip Hamprecht[6] 2
44 Austria Stefan Riener[6] 2, 5
56 United Kingdom Dan Ticktum[7] R 5
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports[1] 5 Croatia Martin Kodrić[8] All
6 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat[9] All
7 South Africa Callan O'Keeffe[10] 1–5
8 Canada Luke Chudleigh[11] 1–2
France Valentin Hasse-Clot[12] R 4–6
41 Canada Zachary Claman DeMelo[5] R 1
45 Austria Ferdinand Habsburg[6] R 2, 4–5
54 India Jehan Daruvala[12] R 4–5, 7
France ART Junior Team[1] 9 Japan Ukyo Sasahara[13] All
10 Switzerland Darius Oskoui[14] R All
49 Belgium Max Defourny[6] R 2, 5, 7
53 United Kingdom Will Palmer[15] R 4
Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing[1] 14 Switzerland Louis Delétraz[16] All
15 Switzerland Kevin Jörg[17] All
47 Russia Nikita Mazepin[6] R 2–4
55 Belgium Dries Vanthoor[7] R 5
Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport[1] 17 Norway Dennis Olsen[18] All
18 Denmark Lasse Sørensen[19] R 1–3
Brazil Bruno Baptista[7] R 5–7
19 Italy Ignazio D'Agosto[20] All
46 France Valentin Hasse-Clot[6] R 2–3
Australia Christopher Anthony[7] 5–6
France Tech 1 Racing[1] 20 Switzerland Hugo de Sadeleer[21] All
21 France Simon Gachet[22] All
22 France Anthoine Hubert[23] All
France ARTA Engineering[1] 25 France Amaury Richard[24] R All
26 Australia James Allen[25] All
Spain AVF[1] 27 United Kingdom Harrison Scott[26] R All
28 United Kingdom Matthew Graham[26] 1
Republic of Ireland Charlie Eastwood[6] R 2–4
Czech Republic Josef Záruba[6] 5
42 Portugal Henrique Chaves[5] R 1–2, 5
50 Czech Republic Josef Záruba[6] 2
58 Russia Denis Bulatov[27] 6–7
United Kingdom Strakka Racing[1] 31 Republic of Ireland Charlie Eastwood[28] R 1
32 France Valentin Hasse-Clot[5] R 1
Italy JD Motorsport[1] 35 Russia Matevos Isaakyan[29] All
36 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua[30] R All
37 Belgium Amaury Bonduel[5] R 1–3
Russia Nikita Troitskiy[7] R 5–6
Russia Aleksey Korneev R 7
Italy BVM 48 Ukraine Danylo Pronenko[6] 2, 5, 7
Italy Cram Motorsport 51 Russia Vasily Romanov[31] 3, 5, 7
52 Italy Matteo Ferrer[12] 4
Sweden Prizma Motorsport 57 Sweden Pontus Fredricsson[7] R 5
Italy GSK Grand Prix 59 France Julien Falchero 7
Icon Legend
R Rookie

Race calendar and results

The calendar for the 2015 season was announced on 20 October 2014, on the final day of the 2014 season.[32] The championship returned to Silverstone and Le Mans, replacing rounds at Moscow Raceway and Paul Ricard. Three of the season's seven meetings were held as a triple-header format, amassing to a total of seventeen races.[33] On 11 February 2015, it was announced that the Silverstone round would be moved back a week due to the circuit reacquiring the rights to host the British round of the 2015 MotoGP season.[34]

Round Circuit Country Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 R1 Ciudad del Motor de Aragón, Alcañiz  Spain 25 April Switzerland Louis Delétraz Switzerland Louis Delétraz Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
R2 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Switzerland Kevin Jörg Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
R3 26 April Norway Dennis Olsen Italy Ignazio D'Agosto Norway Dennis Olsen Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport
2 R1 Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa  Belgium 30 May United Kingdom Jake Hughes Russia Matevos Isaakyan Japan Ukyo Sasahara France ART Junior Team
R2 31 May Japan Ukyo Sasahara Russia Matevos Isaakyan United Kingdom Jake Hughes Finland Koiranen GP
3 R1 Hungaroring, Budapest  Hungary 13 June Switzerland Louis Delétraz Switzerland Louis Delétraz United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
R2 14 June Switzerland Louis Delétraz Switzerland Kevin Jörg Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
4 R1 Silverstone Circuit  United Kingdom 5 September United Kingdom Jack Aitken Switzerland Louis Delétraz United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
R2 United Kingdom Jack Aitken France Anthoine Hubert Switzerland Kevin Jörg Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
R3 6 September France Anthoine Hubert France Simon Gachet France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing
5 R1 Nürburgring, Nürburg  Germany 12 September Switzerland Louis Delétraz Belgium Max Defourny United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
R2 13 September United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
6 R1 Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans  France 26 September Switzerland Kevin Jörg United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
R2 27 September France Anthoine Hubert Croatia Martin Kodrić France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing
7 R1 Circuito de Jerez, Jerez de la Frontera  Spain 17 October United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
R2 United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
R3 18 October United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat France Anthoine Hubert United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports

Championship standings

Points system

Points were awarded to the top 10 classified finishers.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

Drivers' Championship

Pos Driver ALC
Spain
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
SIL
United Kingdom
NÜR
Germany
LMS
France
JER
Spain
Pts
1 United Kingdom Jack Aitken 10 8 Ret Ret 7 1 4 1 2 4 1 6 4 6 1 1 16 206
2 Switzerland Louis Delétraz 1 1 6 4 Ret 3 1 9 8 6 6 4 3 8 4 5 6 193
3 Switzerland Kevin Jörg 5 2 7 13 8 4 2 4 1 2 8 5 2 7 2 4 24 193
4 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat 2 5 Ret 25† 4 2 8 Ret 23† 13 4 1 1 5 22 3 1 174
5 France Anthoine Hubert 3 6 2 3 6 Ret 6 14 9 1 11 3 6 1 7 Ret 2 172
6 United Kingdom Jake Hughes 8 7 13 2 1 6 3 3 3 5 5 7 Ret 15 5 7 4 160
7 Japan Ukyo Sasahara 11 17 Ret 1 2 Ret 12 12 4 3 2 8 5 9 9 16 5 116
8 Norway Dennis Olsen 6 3 1 10 29 14 13 6 6 8 10 Ret 7 2 21 8 10 101
9 Italy Ignazio D'Agosto 7 9 Ret 5 5 Ret 19 13 Ret Ret Ret 9 8 4 3 2 3 94
10 Russia Matevos Isaakyan 4 4 9 6 3 19 10 16 16 14 3 12 21 Ret 6 6 7 87
11 Croatia Martin Kodrić 13 18 Ret 19 13 5 11 7 11 12 9 2 10 13 8 9 9 47
12 United Kingdom Harrison Scott 12 11 8 12 12 7 5 2 24† Ret 25 10 DSQ 10 10 11 8 45
13 Switzerland Darius Oskoui 17 Ret 3 11 19 9 9 5 7 17 12 18 13 14 Ret 14 23 36
14 South Africa Callan O'Keeffe Ret 12 4 7 9 12 Ret 8 10 7 15 13 31
15 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua Ret Ret 17 8 10 11 7 11 5 10 13 20 16 11 13 10 11 25
16 France Simon Gachet 9 Ret 19 Ret Ret 10 Ret 18 15 11 14 16 11 3 20 21 17 19
17 Australia James Allen 25 20 5 21 28 20 18 22 22 22 24 26 20 18 12 Ret Ret 10
18 Australia Anton de Pasquale 21 15 20 Ret 20 8 Ret 17 21 19 17 14 4
19 France Valentin Hasse-Clot 19 14 Ret Ret Ret Ret 20† 23 18 23 Ret 28 9 12 Ret Ret 19 2
20 United Kingdom Matthew Graham 15 10 10 2
21 Belgium Amaury Bonduel 22 22 11 18 25 18 16 0
22 France Amaury Richard 18 Ret 14 14 23 Ret 17 19 19 20 28 21 12 16 Ret 12 21 0
23 Canada Luke Chudleigh 16 24† 12 17 21 0
24 Switzerland Hugo de Sadeleer 27† 16 21 Ret Ret 13 Ret 24 20 Ret Ret 24 15 17 17 17 13 0
25 Republic of Ireland Charlie Eastwood 14 13 Ret 22 18 16 15 15 14 15 0
26 Denmark Lasse Sørensen 20 21 Ret 15 15 Ret Ret 0
Guest drivers ineligible for points
India Jehan Daruvala Ret DNS 16 7 Ret 15 13 Ret
United Kingdom Will Palmer 10 13 9
Belgium Max Defourny 9 11 22 15 Ret 19 12
United Kingdom Dan Ticktum 16 11
Russia Aleksey Korneev 11 Ret 20
Russia Nikita Mazepin 24 14 17 14 20 12 18
Ukraine Danylo Pronenko 20 22 26 25 14 Ret 14
Brazil Bruno Baptista 23 23† 15 23 27 27 17 14 DNS Ret Ret 18
Russia Denis Bulatov 18 19 16 15 15
Russia Vasily Romanov 15 Ret 20 Ret 19 20 Ret
Austria Stefan Riener Ret 16 23 19
Portugal Henrique Chaves 26 19 16 Ret 24 Ret 30
Germany Philip Hamprecht 16 26
Austria Ferdinand Habsburg 26† 17 Ret DNS DNS 18 23
Italy Matteo Ferrer 21 17 21
Russia Nikita Troitskiy 21 31 17 NC
France Julien Falchero 18 18 22
Canada Zachary Claman DeMelo 24 Ret 18
Australia Christopher Anthony 30 32 19 20
Belgium Dries Vanthoor 19 22
Czech Republic Josef Záruba Ret Ret Ret 27
Sweden Pontus Fredricsson 29 29
Pos Driver ALC
Spain
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
SIL
United Kingdom
NÜR
Germany
LMS
France
JER
Spain
Pts
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

Rookie

Teams' Championship

Pos Team Points
1 Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing 386
2 Finland Koiranen GP 366
3 United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 202
4 Netherlands Manor MP Motorsport 195
5 France Tech 1 Racing 191
6 France ART Junior Team 152
7 Italy JD Motorsport 112
8 Spain AVF 47
9 France ARTA Engineering 10
Source:[35]

Season summary

The start of the season saw Swiss driver Louis Delétraz taking the championship leadership after two victories at the season opener in Aragon and one in the Hungaroring. He arrived to the season finale still ahead on points, with other seven drivers also able to become champion: Swiss Kevin Jörg, British Jack Aitken, French Anthoine Hubert, British Jake Hughes, Japanese Ukyo Sasahara, Norwegian Dennis Olsen, and British Ben Barnicoat.[36][37] Aitken (previously winner in the Hungaroring, Silverstone and the Nürburgring) won the two first races at the final race meeting in Jerez, securing the championship, while Delétraz ended as championship runner-up.[36][38] German team Josef Kaufmann Racing was the teams' champion.[36]

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