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2015 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps Series

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2015 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps Series
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The 2015 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps Series was the fifth year of the Formula Renault 2.0 Alps series, and the fourteenth season of the former Swiss Formula Renault Championship. The championship began on 12 April at Imola and finished on 11 October at Jerez after sixteen races held at seven meetings.[1] The 2015 season featured a new three-race weekend format for rounds at the Red Bull Ring and Monza.

In a final-race decider,[2] British driver Jack Aitken secured the drivers' championship title by five points ahead of his Koiranen GP team-mate Jake Hughes. Aitken trailed Hughes by five points going into the race at Jerez,[3] but Aitken's third-place finish – behind Ben Barnicoat and Anthoine Hubert,[2] who were both ineligible to score championship points – to Hughes' ninth-place finish (third amongst Alps runners) gave him the honours. Aitken took four overall wins during the season, as well as taking three further class wins as the best Alps runner behind drivers ineligible for the drivers' championship. Hughes took three overall wins, adding a fourth class win at Pau. Third place in the championship was also settled in the final race, in favour of Thiago Vivacqua ahead of JD Motorsport team-mate Matevos Isaakyan.[2] Vivacqua, a race-winner at Monza, prevailed by four points over Isaakyan, who took two overall wins and a further class win.

The only other championship-eligible driver to take a race victory was Vasily Romanov, who took a race victory at Monza for Cram Motorsport; he ultimately finished the season in sixth place in the championship. Two guest drivers took race victories during the season; Hubert won four races from six starts for Tech 1 Racing, while Barnicoat won the final race at Jerez for Fortec Motorsports. In the teams' championship, the performances of Aitken and Hughes saw Koiranen GP comfortably win the title, by almost 200 points ahead of JD Motorsport. In the junior championship for drivers under the age of 18, Isaakyan took eleven victories and finished 83 points clear of his nearest challenger, Philip Hamprecht.

Drivers and teams

Team No. Driver name Status Rounds
Finland Koiranen GP[4] 1 Australia Anton de Pasquale[5] G 3
2 United Kingdom Jake Hughes[6] All
3 United Kingdom Jack Aitken[7] All
4 Germany Philip Hamprecht[4] J 1–6
5 Brazil Bruno Baptista[4] J All
6 Austria Stefan Riener[4] 1–6
9 Belgium Max Defourny[8] G 2, 7
29 Russia Nerses Isaakyan[9] G 6
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 6 Austria Stefan Riener[10] 7
15 Croatia Martin Kodrić[11] G 1–2, 7
16 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat[12] G 1–2, 7
23 Canada Zachary Claman DeMelo[8] G 2
46 India Jehan Daruvala[13] G 5–7
62 Austria Ferdinand Habsburg[13] G 5
Italy Cram Motorsport[14] 7 Italy Matteo Ferrer[15] All
21 Russia Vasily Romanov[16] All
37 India Mahaveer Raghunathan[17] G 4
82 United States Travis Jordan Fischer[16] All
Italy GSK Grand Prix[14] 8 Russia Denis Bulatov[18] J 1–6
11 Italy Riccardo Cazzaniga[10] G 7
12 Italy Andrea Russo[19] J 1
14 Russia Nikita Troitskiy[10] G 7
18 Italy Daniele Cazzaniga[20] All
19 Italy Alessio Lorandi[17] G 4
33 France Julien Falchero[9] G 6
Italy BVM Racing[14] 10 Ukraine Danylo Pronenko[12] 1, 3–7
Italy Technorace[12] 13 Italy Alessandro Perullo[12] 1, 3, 6
France Tech 1 Racing[12] 20 Switzerland Hugo de Sadeleer[12] G 1, 7
22 France Anthoine Hubert[12] G 1–2, 7
31 France Simon Gachet[12] G 1–2, 7
France ARTA Engineering 25 France Amaury Richard[12] G 1, 3, 7
26 Australia James Allen[21] All
27 France Matthieu Vaxivière[22] G 2
Italy JD Motorsport 35 Russia Matevos Isaakyan[23] J All
36 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua[24] All
37 Russia Aleksey Korneev[9] G 6–7
Italy Brixia Horse Power 39 Italy Andrea Baiguera[25] G 6
Icon Status
J Drivers that competed for the Juniors' Championship
G Guest drivers ineligible to score points

Race calendar and results

The seven-event calendar for the 2015 season was announced on 5 October 2014.[1] As in 2014, only three rounds were held in Italy – at Monza, Imola and Misano. The Pau Grand Prix, Red Bull Ring, Spa-Francorchamps and Jerez were the remaining four rounds.

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Junior Winner
1 R1 Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola 11 April France Anthoine Hubert France Anthoine Hubert France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R2 12 April United Kingdom Jack Aitken France Anthoine Hubert United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
2 R1 France Pau Circuit, Pau 16 May France Anthoine Hubert France Simon Gachet France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R2 17 May France Anthoine Hubert Croatia Martin Kodrić France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing Russia Denis Bulatov
3 R1 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 23 May United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R2 24 May United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP Russia Denis Bulatov
R3 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Russia Matevos Isaakyan Italy JD Motorsport Russia Matevos Isaakyan
4 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 6 June United Kingdom Jake Hughes Russia Vasily Romanov United Kingdom Jake Hughes Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R2 7 June Brazil Thiago Vivacqua United Kingdom Jake Hughes Russia Matevos Isaakyan Italy JD Motorsport Russia Matevos Isaakyan
5 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 4 July Russia Vasily Romanov Russia Matevos Isaakyan Brazil Thiago Vivacqua Italy JD Motorsport Russia Denis Bulatov
R2 5 July United Kingdom Jake Hughes Russia Vasily Romanov United Kingdom Jake Hughes Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R3 Russia Vasily Romanov Russia Vasily Romanov Italy Cram Motorsport Russia Denis Bulatov
6 R1 Italy Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli 19 July India Jehan Daruvala United Kingdom Jake Hughes United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
R2 India Jehan Daruvala United Kingdom Jake Hughes United Kingdom Jake Hughes Finland Koiranen GP Russia Matevos Isaakyan
7 R1 Spain Circuito de Jerez 10 October France Anthoine Hubert France Anthoine Hubert France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing Brazil Bruno Baptista
R2 11 October Croatia Martin Kodrić United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports Russia Matevos Isaakyan

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 IMO
Italy
PAU
France
RBR
Austria
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MIS
Italy
JER
Spain
Pts
1 United Kingdom Jack Aitken 2 1 8 6 1 1 13 4 4 7 Ret DNS 1 6 2 3 242
2 United Kingdom Jake Hughes Ret 3 5 2 6 2 4 1 3 14 1 Ret 5 1 4 9 237
3 Brazil Thiago Vivacqua 7 Ret 7 12 4 3 7 3 2 1 2 Ret 7 3 8 6 197
4 Russia Matevos Isaakyan 8 10 2 Ret 2 Ret 1 2 1 8 6 Ret 2 2 Ret 12 193
5 Austria Stefan Riener 5 6 6 5 3 5 9 5 Ret 4 3 3 6 5 11 15 191
6 Russia Vasily Romanov 16† 7 Ret 11 Ret 11 2 12 5 3 5 1 4 7 5 Ret 138
7 Ukraine Danylo Pronenko 13 8 7 6 8 6 Ret 15 13 2 10 9 17 16 80
8 United States Travis Jordan Fischer Ret 15 12 7 Ret Ret 12 8 8 10 9 5 11 10 16 17 62
9 Germany Philip Hamprecht 10 11 14 9 9 13 Ret 7 6 9 10 7 12 Ret 59
10 Italy Matteo Ferrer 12 9 Ret 15 11 12 Ret WD WD 2 7 Ret 14 12 12 21 51
11 Australia James Allen 15 17† 16 Ret 5 9 11 11 Ret 13 12 4 16 14 13 13 48
12 Russia Denis Bulatov Ret Ret Ret 8 10 7 Ret 10 11 5 Ret 6 13 8 46
13 Brazil Bruno Baptista 14 16† Ret 14 Ret 8 6 9 9 Ret Ret Ret 15 Ret 19 19 31
14 Italy Daniele Cazzaniga Ret 14 13 Ret Ret Ret 10 Ret 10 11 11 Ret 8 Ret Ret 20 24
15 Italy Andrea Russo 11 Ret 8
16 Italy Alessandro Perullo Ret Ret WD WD WD 17 11 1
Guest drivers ineligible for championship points
France Anthoine Hubert 1 2 1 1 1 2
United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat 4 5 9 Ret 3 1
France Simon Gachet 3 Ret 3 4 9 7
India Jehan Daruvala 6 8 Ret 3 4 6 8
France Amaury Richard Ret 12 8 10 3 15 22
France Matthieu Vaxivière 10 3
Croatia Martin Kodrić 6 4 4 13 7 4
Australia Anton de Pasquale Ret 4 5
Austria Ferdinand Habsburg 12 4 Ret
Belgium Max Defourny 15 10 10 5
Italy Alessio Lorandi Ret 7
Russia Aleksey Korneev 9 Ret 14 11
Switzerland Hugo de Sadeleer 9 13 Ret 14
Russia Nikita Troitskiy 18 10
Canada Zachary Claman DeMelo 11 Ret
India Mahaveer Raghunathan Ret 12
Russia Nerses Isaakyan 18 13
France Julien Falchero 19 15
Italy Andrea Baiguera 20 16
Italy Riccardo Cazzaniga 20 18
Pos Driver IMO
Italy
PAU
France
RBR
Austria
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MIS
Italy
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

Juniors' championship

Pos Driver IMO
Italy
PAU
France
RBR
Austria
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MIS
Italy
JER
Spain
Pts
1 Russia Matevos Isaakyan 8 10 2 Ret 2 Ret 1 2 1 8 6 Ret 2 2 Ret 12 293
2 Germany Philip Hamprecht 10 11 14 9 9 13 Ret 7 6 9 10 7 12 Ret 210
3 Russia Denis Bulatov Ret Ret Ret 8 10 7 Ret 10 11 5 Ret 6 13 8 172
4 Brazil Bruno Baptista 14 16† Ret 14 Ret 8 6 9 9 Ret Ret Ret 15 Ret 19 19 163
5 Italy Andrea Russo 11 Ret 15
Pos Driver IMO
Italy
PAU
France
RBR
Austria
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MIS
Italy
JER
Spain
Pts

Teams' championship

Prior to each round of the championship, two drivers from each team – if applicable – were nominated to score teams' championship points.[26]

Pos Team Points
1 Finland Koiranen GP 574
2 Italy JD Motorsport 390
3 Italy Cram Motorsport 237
4 Italy BVM Racing 80
5 Italy GSK Grand Prix 78
6 France Arta Engineering 48
7 United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 18
8 Italy Technorace 1
Guest teams ineligible for points
France Tech 1 Racing
Italy Brixia Horse Power

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