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2016 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0

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2016 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0
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The 2016 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 is a multi-event motor racing championship for open wheel, formula racing cars held across Europe. The championship features drivers competing in 2 litre Formula Renault single seat race cars that conform to the technical regulations for the championship.

The 2016 season was the 26th Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season organized by the Renault Sport and the first season as the main category of the World Series by Renault. The season began at Ciudad del Motor de Aragón on 16 April and finished on 23 October at Autódromo do Estoril. The series formed part of the World Series by Renault meetings at six events.

Teams and drivers

Team No. Driver name Status Rounds
Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing[1] 1 India Jehan Daruvala[2] All
2 United Kingdom Lando Norris[3] R All
3 Russia Robert Shwartzman[4] R All
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports[1] 5 Russia Vasily Romanov[1] 1–4
Russia Aleksandr Vartanyan[5] R G 7
6 Brazil Bruno Baptista[1] All
7 Russia Nikita Troitskiy[6] R G 1, 3, 5–7
49 United Kingdom Frank Bird[5] R G 7
62 Austria Ferdinand Habsburg[1] All
France Tech 1 Racing[1] 9 France Dorian Boccolacci[7] All
10 Switzerland Hugo de Sadeleer[8] All
11 France Sacha Fenestraz[8] R All
12 France Gabriel Aubry[8] R All
France R-ace GP[9] 14 United Kingdom Will Palmer[10] R All
16 France Julien Falchero[11] R All
33 Belgium Max Defourny[12] All
47 New Zealand Marcus Armstrong[5] R G 7
Italy JD Motorsport[1] 17 Russia Aleksey Korneev[13] R All
18 Australia James Allen[1] All
46 United Kingdom Finlay Hutchinson[14] R G 5
Spain AVF by Adrián Vallés[1] 21 Portugal Henrique Chaves[1] All
22 United Kingdom Harrison Scott[15] All
23 Russia Nerses Isaakyan[4] R G 1
Russia Nikita Mazepin[16] 2–3
24 Romania Petru Florescu[16] R 2–3
42 Poland Julia Pankiewicz[4] R G 1
43 Russia Nerses Isaakyan[17] R G 3
Italy Cram Motorsport[18] 30 Peru Rodrigo Pflucker[18] R 1–2
31 Canada David Richert[18] 1–3
Poland Antoni Ptak Jr.[14] G 5
Italy Technorace[4] 35 Italy Alessandro Perullo[4] R All
United Kingdom MGR Motorsport[4] 38 United States David Porcelli[4] R 1–2
United Kingdom Colin Noble G 3
United Kingdom Mark Burdett Motorsport 44 United Kingdom Finlay Hutchinson[19] R G 4
Belgium GMMA Formula Racing[14] 45 Belgium Ghislain Cordeel[14] R G 5–7
Italy TS Corse 48 Australia Alex Peroni[20] G 7
Icon Status
R Rookie
G Guest drivers ineligible for points

Race calendar and results

The provisional calendar for the 2016 season was announced on 5 September 2015, The championship will take the Formula Renault 3.5 Series spot in the Monaco Grand Prix schedule. Rounds at Spielberg, Le Castellet and Estoril will return in the series' calendar. These rounds (as well as Spa) will be collaboration with European Le Mans Series.[21] On 9 October 2015, was announced that Monza round will be included in the schedule. The round was supported by Clio Cup Italia.[22]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Rookie winner
1 R1 Spain Ciudad del Motor de Aragón, Alcañiz 16 April Belgium Max Defourny United Kingdom Lando Norris Belgium Max Defourny France R-ace GP United Kingdom Lando Norris
R2 Belgium Max Defourny India Jehan Daruvala United Kingdom Lando Norris Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing United Kingdom Lando Norris
R3 17 April United Kingdom Lando Norris Belgium Max Defourny United Kingdom Lando Norris Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing United Kingdom Lando Norris
2 R Monaco Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo 29 May France Sacha Fenestraz[N 1] France Sacha Fenestraz France Sacha Fenestraz France Tech 1 Racing France Sacha Fenestraz
3 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza 2 July France Dorian Boccolacci France Dorian Boccolacci United Kingdom Lando Norris Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing United Kingdom Lando Norris
R2 United Kingdom Lando Norris Belgium Max Defourny France Dorian Boccolacci France Tech 1 Racing France Sacha Fenestraz
R3 3 July France Dorian Boccolacci France Dorian Boccolacci United Kingdom Harrison Scott Spain AVF by Adrián Vallés United Kingdom Lando Norris
4 R1 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 16 July United Kingdom Lando Norris France Dorian Boccolacci United Kingdom Lando Norris Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing United Kingdom Lando Norris
R2 17 July United Kingdom Harrison Scott Belgium Max Defourny United Kingdom Harrison Scott Spain AVF by Adrián Vallés United Kingdom Lando Norris
5 R1 France Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet 27 August United Kingdom Harrison Scott United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom Harrison Scott Spain AVF by Adrián Vallés United Kingdom Lando Norris
R2 28 August United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom Lando Norris Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing United Kingdom Lando Norris
6 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa 24 September United Kingdom Lando Norris Belgium Max Defourny Switzerland Hugo de Sadeleer France Tech 1 Racing United Kingdom Lando Norris
R2 25 September Belgium Max Defourny United Kingdom Lando Norris France Dorian Boccolacci France Tech 1 Racing United Kingdom Lando Norris
7 R1 Portugal Autódromo Fernanda Pires da Silva, Estoril 22 October United Kingdom Lando Norris Belgium Max Defourny United Kingdom Will Palmer France R-ace GP United Kingdom Will Palmer
R2 23 October France Sacha Fenestraz United Kingdom Will Palmer France Sacha Fenestraz France Tech 1 Racing France Sacha Fenestraz
  1. ^ Originally scored by Lando Norris, the Brit had all his times deleted due to a breach of the technical regulations. Ferdinand Habsburg would have inherited pole position, but he had to serve a 2-place grid penalty from the previous round.

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
MON
Monaco
MNZ
Italy
RBR
Austria
LEC
France
SPA
Belgium
EST
Portugal
Pts
1 United Kingdom Lando Norris 2 1 1 16 1 7 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 16 2 253
2 France Dorian Boccolacci 11 2 4 4 2 1 3 10 4 5 3 2 1 5 4 200
3 Belgium Max Defourny 1 4 2 3 8 2 4 2 2 4 2 11 15 Ret 3 188.5
4 United Kingdom Harrison Scott 4 3 3 8 3 13 1 4 1 1 9 14 5 6 8 172
5 France Sacha Fenestraz Ret 14 15 1 4 3 8 13 10 6 5 4 4 7 1 119.5
6 Switzerland Hugo de Sadeleer Ret DNS 18 11 10 4 13 6 11 Ret 8 1 3 2 7 89
7 United Kingdom Will Palmer 13 6 20 9 6 Ret 7 Ret 6 3 10 Ret 9 1 22 76
8 Russia Robert Shwartzman 5 8 9 12 5 6 6 11 Ret 7 11 Ret 14 3 6 75
9 India Jehan Daruvala 3 5 13 15 7 Ret Ret 5 7 Ret 7 9 Ret 10 11 62
10 Austria Ferdinand Habsburg 10 7 12 2 Ret 10 12 3 8 8 6 7 11 Ret 12 57
11 Portugal Henrique Chaves 7 9 16 6 16 Ret 10 15 5 12 18 17 8 17 5 41
12 France Gabriel Aubry Ret 10 11 7 Ret Ret 5 14 12 15 4 6 Ret Ret 15 35
13 France Julien Falchero 15 11 7 10 13 9 11 7 16 9 12 10 7 12 12 32.5
14 Brazil Bruno Baptista 6 12 6 Ret Ret 15 Ret 9 13 Ret 14 15 12 8 9 28
15 Russia Aleksey Korneev 9 15 8 18 9 Ret 9 8 9 11 13 12 13 13 19 22
16 Russia Nikita Mazepin 5 12 8 Ret 11
17 Australia James Allen 17 13 17 13 19 11 17 12 15 13 16 5 Ret Ret 13 11
18 Russia Vasily Romanov 14 Ret 10 19 11 14 Ret 16 14 2
19 Italy Alessandro Perullo Ret DNS DNS 21 17 12 14 Ret Ret 14 21 16 10 2
20 Peru Rodrigo Pflucker 16 16 19 14 0
21 Romania Petru Florescu 17 15 17 15 0
22 United States David Porcelli 18 17 21 Ret 0
23 Canada David Richert 20 18 22 20 18 19 19 0
Guest drivers ineligible for points
Australia Alex Peroni 4 18 0
Russia Nikita Troitskiy 8 Ret 5 22 5 Ret Ret 17 8 6 11 16 0
New Zealand Marcus Armstrong 9 10 0
Poland Antoni Ptak Jr. 10 15 0
Russia Nerses Isaakyan 12 20 14 14 16 16 0
Belgium Ghislain Cordeel 16 19 13 DNS 14 21 0
United Kingdom Frank Bird 15 20 0
United Kingdom Colin Noble Ret 18 18 0
Poland Julia Pankiewicz 19 19 23 0
United Kingdom Finlay Hutchinson Ret Ret Ret 20 0
Russia Aleksandr Vartanyan Ret 17 0
Pos Driver ALC
Spain
MON
Monaco
MNZ
Italy
RBR
Austria
LEC
France
SPA
Belgium
EST
Portugal
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 334
2 France Tech 1 Racing 319.5
3 France R-ace GP 231.5
4 Spain AVF by Adrián Vallés 211
5 United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports 79
6 Italy JD Motorsport 33
7 Italy Technorace 0
8 Italy Cram Motorsport 0
9 United Kingdom MGR Motorsport 0

References

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