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2015 World Series by Renault

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2015 World Series by Renault
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The 2015 World Series by Renault was the eleventh season of Renault Sport's series of events, with three different championships racing under one banner. Consisting of the Formula Renault 3.5 Series, Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 and Renault Sport Trophy, the World Series by Renault ran at seven different venues where fans could get into the meetings for no cost whatsoever, such is the uniqueness of the series. It was the first season with Renault Sport Trophy.[1]

The series began on 25 April at the Ciudad del Motor de Aragón in Alcañiz, and finished on 18 October at the Circuito de Jerez, just outside Jerez de la Frontera. Round at Silverstone Circuit replaced Moscow Raceway round. Rounds at Circuit Paul Ricard was dropped. While Le Mans Bugatti returned to the series' schedule, while Formula Renault 3.5 Series had two extra races on its own, in support of the Monaco Grand Prix and Red Bull Ring European Le Mans Series round.

Race calendar

  • Event in light blue is not part of the World Series, but is a championship round for the Formula Renault 3.5 Series.
Circuit Location Date Series Winning driver Winning team
Spain Ciudad del Motor de Aragón Alcañiz, Spain 25 April FR3.5 1 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 1 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
26 April FR3.5 2 France Matthieu Vaxivière Czech Republic Lotus
FR2.0 2 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
Monaco Circuit de Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco 24 May FR3.5 3 Malaysia Jazeman Jaafar United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Spa, Belgium 30 May FR3.5 4 France Matthieu Vaxivière Czech Republic Lotus
FR2.0 3 Japan Ukyo Sasahara France ART Junior Team
RST 1 Italy David Fumanelli
Italy Dario Capitanio
Italy Oregon Team
31 May FR3.5 5 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 4 United Kingdom Jake Hughes Finland Koiranen GP
RST 2 Netherlands Diederik Sijthoff Netherlands V8 Racing
RST 3 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Netherlands Equipe Verschuur
Hungary Hungaroring Mogyoród, Hungary 13 June FR3.5 6 Russia Egor Orudzhev United Kingdom Arden Motorsport
FR2.0 5 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
RST 4 Belgium Wolfgang Reip
Spain David Cebrián
Spain Monlau Competición
14 June FR3.5 7 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 6 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
RST 5 Slovakia Richard Gonda France ART Junior Team
RST 6 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Netherlands Equipe Verschuur
Austria Red Bull Ring Spielberg, Austria 12 July FR3.5 8 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR3.5 9 France Matthieu Vaxivière Czech Republic Lotus
United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit Silverstone, United Kingdom 5 September FR3.5 10 Cyprus Tio Ellinas United Kingdom Strakka Racing
FR2.0 7 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
FR2.0 8 Switzerland Kevin Jörg Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
RST 7 United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta
Italy Niccolò Nalio
Italy Oregon Team
6 September FR3.5 11 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 9 France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing
RST 8 Italy Niccolò Nalio Italy Oregon Team
RST 9 Netherlands Pieter Schothorst Netherlands Equipe Verschuur
Germany Nürburgring Nürburg, Germany 12 September FR3.5 12 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 10 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
RST 10 Netherlands Roy Geerts
Netherlands Max Braams
Netherlands V8 Racing
13 September FR3.5 13 Cyprus Tio Ellinas United Kingdom Strakka Racing
FR2.0 11 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
RST 11 Italy Dario Capitanio Italy Oregon Team
RST 12 France Andrea Pizzitola France ART Junior Team
France Le Mans Bugatti Le Mans, France 26 September FR3.5 14 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 12 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
RST 13 France Andrea Pizzitola
Slovakia Richard Gonda
France ART Junior Team
28 September FR3.5 15 Russia Egor Orudzhev United Kingdom Arden Motorsport
FR2.0 13 France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing
RST 14 Italy Dario Capitanio Italy Oregon Team
RST 15 Italy David Fumanelli Italy Oregon Team
Spain Circuito de Jerez Jerez de la Frontera, Spain 17 October FR3.5 16 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
FR2.0 14 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
FR2.0 15 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP
RST 16 France Andrea Pizzitola
Slovakia Richard Gonda
France ART Junior Team
18 October FR3.5 17 Netherlands Nyck de Vries France DAMS
FR2.0 16 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
RST 17 Italy Dario Capitanio Italy Oregon Team
RST 18 Netherlands Indy Dontje France ART Junior Team
Icon Championship
FR3.5 Formula Renault 3.5 Series
FR2.0 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0
RST Renault Sport Trophy

Championships

Formula Renault 3.5 Series

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 307
2 France Matthieu Vaxivière Czech Republic Lotus 234
3 Netherlands Nyck de Vries France DAMS 160
4 Cyprus Tio Ellinas United Kingdom Strakka Racing 135
5 Russia Egor Orudzhev United Kingdom Arden Motorsport 133

Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Finland Koiranen GP 206
2 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing 193
3 Switzerland Kevin Jörg Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing 193
4 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 174
5 France Anthoine Hubert France Tech 1 Racing 172

Renault Sport Trophy

Endurance

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 Italy David Fumanelli
Italy Dario Capitanio
Italy Oregon Team 115
2 France Andrea Pizzitola
Slovakia Richard Gonda
France ART Junior Team 95
3 United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta
Italy Niccolò Nalio
Italy Oregon Team 72
4 Netherlands Max Braams Netherlands V8 Racing 55
5 Netherlands Roy Geerts Netherlands V8 Racing 49

Elite

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 France Andrea Pizzitola France ART Junior Team 140
2 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Netherlands Equipe Verschuur 138
3 Italy David Fumanelli Italy Oregon Team 103
4 Netherlands Indy Dontje France ART Junior Team 96
5 United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta Italy Oregon Team 62

Prestige

Pos. Driver Team Points
1 Italy Dario Capitanio Italy Oregon Team 162
2 Slovakia Richard Gonda France ART Junior Team 123
3 Netherlands Diederik Sijthoff Netherlands V8 Racing 109
4 Italy Niccolò Nalio Italy Oregon Team 103
5 Netherlands Max Braams Netherlands V8 Racing 101

References

  1. ^ "The first Renault Sport R.S. 01s have arrived". World Series by Renault. Renault Sport. 22 April 2015. Archived from the original on 20 April 2015. Retrieved 22 April 2015.
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