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2015 F4 Japanese Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2015 F4 Japanese Championship
Drivers' champion: Sho Tsuboi
Teams' champion: TOM'S Spirit
Previous: none Next: 2016
Parent series:
Super GT

The 2015 F4 Japanese Championship was the inaugural season of the F4 Japanese Championship. It began on 4 April in Okayama and finished on 15 November on Twin Ring Motegi after seven double header rounds.[1]

Teams and drivers

Team No. Driver Rounds
Japan Hanashima Racing[2] 2 Japan Katsuaki Kubota[3] 1–2, 7
Japan Shuma Sato 3–5
Japan Sutekina Racing Team[2] 3 Japan Takahiro Ban[3] 1
Japan Miku Ikejima 2–3
Japan Sena Sakaguchi 4–7
Japan RS Fine[2] 4 Japan Shunsuke Kohno[3] All
5 Japan Yuya Hiraki[3] All
Japan Clear Corporation 6 Japan Masanori Yonekura[3] 1, 3–4, 6
Japan Honda Formula Dream Project[2] 7 Japan Hiroki Otsu[4] All
8 Japan Yuta Kamimura[4] All
9 Japan Mizuki Ishizaka[4] All
10 Japan Katsuhide Kaneishi[3] All
Japan Rn-sports[2] 11 Japan Tadasuke Makino[3] All
57 Japan Nobuhiro Yoshida 6
Japan Team A-ONE with SECNA[2] 12 Japan Yuki Shiraishi[3] 1–4, 6
Hong Kong KCMG[2] 14 Japan Yuki Nemoto[5] All
18 New Zealand James Munro[3] 1–2
Hong Kong Paul Ip 3
Japan Media Do Kageyama Racing[2] 16 Japan Tsubasa Mekaru[6] 1–5
Japan ARN Racing 17 Japan Hiroaki Nagai 5–7
Italy VSR Lamborghini S.C.Formula Jr[7] 19 Japan Takuro Shinohara[7] All
63 Brazil Nicolas Costa[3] 1–4
Brazil Gustavo Myasava 5–7
Japan miNami aoYama with SARD[2][8] 20 Japan Kotoka Goibuchi 2, 4
Japan Ayaka Imahashi 3, 5
Japan Miki Koyama 6–7
28 Japan Yoshiaki Katayama[3] 1–2
39 Japan Junpei Kato[3] All
Japan RSS 21 Japan Turbo Asahi 3–4, 7
22 Japan Ritomo Miyata 5–7
Japan N-SPEED[2] 23 Japan Yugo Tanabe[3] All
Japan Mars Racing Factory 24 Japan Hideki Nakahara 7
Japan Field Motorsport[2] 25 Japan Tomoki Takahashi 2–4, 7
55 Japan Takashi Hata[3] 1–2, 4, 6–7
75 Japan Yuya Tezuka[3] All
Japan Zap Speed Racing Team[9] 27 South Korea Do Yun Hwang[9] 1–4, 7
Japan Shunsuke Sato 32 Japan Shunsuke Sato 4
Japan Sfida Racing Team 34 Japan "Flying Rat" 2–4
35 Australia "Motor Mouse" 2–4
Japan TOM'S Spirit[2] 36 Japan Sho Tsuboi[3] All
37 Japan Kazuto Kotaka 2–7
Japan Garage Chabatake[2] 38 Japan Ryo Yamada[3] 1–3
Japan Tsuyoshi Tajima 5, 7
Japan Buzz International[10] 44 Japan View Yamauchi[10] All
45 Japan Yosuke Yamazaki 7
Japan B-MAX Racing Team[11] 50 Japan Shinnosuke Yamada[11] All
51 Japan Yuichi Mikasa[11] All
Japan Saitama Toyopet GreenBrave[2] 52 Japan Taku Bamba[3] 1–3, 5–7
Japan Le Beausset Motorsports[12] 62 Japan Noa Satomi[12] All
Japan Skill Speed[2] 66 Japan Riku Hashimoto[3] All
Japan leprix sport 70 Japan Tsubasa Amano 2–7
Japan NRS[2] 80 Japan Yudai Jinkawa[3] 1
Japan Satoshi Kosugi 2
81 Japan Musashi Nakanishi 2–3
Japan Yuichi Sasaki 7
Japan Succeed Sports[2] 88 Japan Shintaro Kawabata[3] All
89 Japan Takahiro Ban 3–5
Japan Ryota Kiyohara 6–7

Race calendar and results

The calendar was published on 19 January 2015.[1] All rounds were held in Japan and were part of the Super GT events.

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning driver Winning team
1 R1 Okayama International Circuit, Mimasaka 4 April Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Rn-sports
R2 5 April Japan Tsubasa Mekaru Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Rn-sports
2 R1 Fuji Speedway, Oyama 2 May Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan TOM'S Spirit
R2 3 May Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Rn-sports
3 R1 Fuji Speedway, Oyama 8 August Japan Katsuhide Kaneishi Japan Yuya Hiraki Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Rn-sports
R2 9 August Japan Katsuhide Kaneishi Japan Yuya Hiraki Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan TOM'S Spirit
4 R1 Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka 29 August Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan Yuya Hiraki Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan TOM'S Spirit
R2 30 August Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan TOM'S Spirit
5 R1 Sportsland SUGO, Murata 19 September Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan Shunsuke Kohno Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan TOM'S Spirit
R2 20 September Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan Sena Sakaguchi Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan TOM'S Spirit
6 R1 Autopolis, Hita 31 October Japan Hiroki Otsu Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan TOM'S Spirit
R2 1 November Japan Yuya Hiraki Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan Shinnosuke Yamada Japan B-MAX Racing Team
7 R1 Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi 14 November Japan Yuki Nemoto Japan Yuta Kamimura Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Rn-sports
R2 15 November Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Sho Tsuboi Japan Tadasuke Makino Japan Rn-sports

Championship standings

Drivers' Championships

  • Only the best eleven results counted towards the championship. Points were awarded as follows:
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 20 15 15 10 8 6 4 3 2 1

Overall

Pos Driver OKA FUJ1 FUJ2 SUZ SUG AUT MOT Points
1 Japan Sho Tsuboi 2 2 1 9 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 17 5 2 195
2 Japan Tadasuke Makino 1 1 2 1 1 26 2 2 2 3 9 5 1 1 192
3 Japan Hiroki Otsu 9 3 4 11 2 4 4 17 5 7 2 2 3 24 108
4 Japan Shinnosuke Yamada Ret Ret 3 3 7 6 7 7 10 Ret 3 1 6 8 84
5 Japan Yuya Hiraki 3 7 6 Ret 3 2 3 3 12 13 4 20 Ret 13 83
6 Japan Kazuto Kotaka 10 13 6 5 6 4 6 7 8 6 16 11 50
7 Japan Yuki Nemoto Ret 10 8 7 12 Ret 10 5 15 14 14 8 2 3 47
8 Japan Shunsuke Kohno 10 20 17 21 17 18 9 9 3 2 10 10 9 6 42
9 Japan Mizuki Ishizaka DNS 16 13 5 5 Ret 5 14 20 16 6 4 11 9 42
10 Japan Sena Sakaguchi 30† 6 7 8 5 7 3 7 41
11 Japan Takuro Shinohara 17 18 Ret 4 18 8 18 8 9 4 7 9 10 22 35
12 Japan Yuta Kamimura Ret 5 11 15 Ret 12 8 10 8 6 16 15 7 4 35
13 Japan Shintaro Kawabata 15 Ret 5 10 11 13 28 11 14 11 15 11 4 5 27
14 Japan Yuichi Mikasa 5 Ret Ret 2 Ret 9 22 18 13 12 21 16 Ret 17 25
15 Japan Ritomo Miyata 4 9 Ret 3 14 27 24
16 Japan Katsuhide Kaneishi 19 9 21 28 Ret 3 16 19 21 22 27 13 15 12 14
17 Japan Tsubasa Mekaru 6 Ret 7 32† 8 25 12 13 16 15 13
18 Brazil Nicolas Costa 4 15 12 14 DNS 16 13 24 10
19 New Zealand James Munro Ret 4 16 Ret 10
20 Japan Yuki Shiraishi 7 6 18 16 16 24 15 15 12 Ret 10
21 Japan Musashi Nakanishi 33† 6 21 23 6
22 Japan Turbo Asahi 10 7 20 30 23 23 5
23 Japan Noa Satomi 20 8 Ret 20 19 31 17 16 17 Ret 11 12 12 Ret 3
24 Japan Riku Hashimoto 11 17 19 8 24 Ret 19 20 27 21 24 23 15 Ret 3
25 Japan Ryo Yamada 8 12 15 Ret 20 19 3
26 Japan Taku Bamba WD WD 9 12 14 15 18 17 13 21 Ret 10 3
27 Japan Tsubasa Amano 22 19 9 11 Ret 12 Ret 19 18 14 17 14 2
28 Japan Shuma Sato 13 14 31† 22 11 10 1
29 Japan Junpei Kato 13 19 14 24 15 10 14 DNS 26 23 19 27 Ret 25 1
30 Japan Takahiro Ban 18 11 26 20 32† 23 23 26 0
31 Japan Tomoki Takahashi 31 18 Ret 21 11 26 WD WD 0
32 Japan Masanori Yonekura 12 23† WD WD 24 25 26 24 0
33 Japan View Yamauchi WD WD 20 25 22 17 Ret 31 24 24 25 22 13 21 0
34 Japan Yoshiaki Katayama 21 13 DNS Ret 0
35 Japan Yuya Tezuka 22 14 23 17 23 22 21 27 22 20 17 18 19 Ret 0
36 Japan Katsuaki Kubota 14 22 26 31 Ret Ret 0
37 South Korea Do Yun Hwang WD WD 25 Ret Ret 33 23 21 25 16 0
38 Japan Yugo Tanabe 16 24 32 29 Ret 32 29 33 30 29 30 28 28 32 0
39 Brazil Gustavo Myasava 19 38 23 Ret Ret 18 0
40 Japan Yosuke Yamazaki 18 Ret 0
41 Japan Hiroaki Nagai 25 25 29 29† 21 19 0
42 Japan Nobuhiro Yoshida 22 19 0
43 Japan Ryota Kiyohara 20 Ret Ret 20 0
44 Japan Takashi Hata Ret 21 28 Ret 25 29 Ret 25 20 30 0
45 Japan Satoshi Kosugi 24 22 0
46 Japan Tsuyoshi Tajima 29 28 22 31 0
47 Japan Kotoka Goibuchi 27 23 27 DNS 0
48 Japan Yuichi Sasaki 24 29 0
49 Japan Ayaka Imahashi 25 28 0
50 Japan Miki Koyama 28 26 26 26 0
51 Australia "Motor Mouse" 29 26 27 27 WD WD 0
52 Japan "Flying Rat" 30 27 28 30 26 32 0
53 Japan Hideki Nakahara 27 28 0
54 Japan Shunsuke Sato Ret 28 0
55 Japan Miku Ikejima Ret 30 Ret 29 0
Japan Yudai Jinkawa WD WD 0
Hong Kong Paul Ip WD WD 0
Pos Driver OKA FUJ1 FUJ2 SUZ SUG AUT MOT 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 practice (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap
† — Did not finish, but classified

Teams' standings

Pos Driver Pts.
1 Japan TOM'S Spirit 225
2 Japan Rn-sports 216
3 Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 144
4 Japan RS Fine 133
5 Japan B-Max Racing team 109
6 Hong Kong KCMG 70
7 Italy VSR Lamborghini S.C.Formula Jr 59
8 Japan Sutekina Racing Team 55
9 Japan Succeed Sports 41
10 Japan RSS 39
11 Japan Media Do Kageyama Racing 23
12 Japan Eagle Sport 20
13 Japan Le Beausset Motorsports 17
14 Japan Skill Speed 17
15 Japan miNami aoYama with SARD 14
16 Japan N-Speed 14
17 Japan Field Motorsport 14
18 Japan Leprix Sport 14
19 Japan Garage Chabatake 13
20 Japan Hanamashima Racing 13
21 Japan Saitama Toyopet GreenBrave 13
22 Japan NRS 10
23 Japan Buzz International 10
24 Japan Zap Speed Racing Team 8
25 Japan Sfida Racing Team 6
26 Japan Clear Corporation 6
27 Japan ARN Racing 6

References

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External links

Official website (in Japanese)

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