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2016 F4 Japanese Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2016 F4 Japanese Championship
Drivers' champion: Ritomo Miyata
Teams' champion: Honda Formula Dream Project
Previous: 2015 Next: 2017
Parent series:
Super GT

The 2016 F4 Japanese Championship season was the second season of the F4 Japanese Championship. It began on 9 April in Okayama and finished on 13 November on Twin Ring Motegi after fourteen races held across six rounds.[1]

Teams and drivers

Team No. Driver Rounds
Japan Yuichi Sasaki 2 Japan Yuichi Sasaki 2–4, 6
Japan Sutekina Racing Team 3 Japan Yuki Urata 1–2
Japan Miku Ikejima 3–4, 6
Japan Yuki Tsunoda 5
Japan Field Motorsport 4 Japan Shunsuke Kouno All
25 Japan Tomoki Takahashi All
55 Japan Takashi Hata 1–2, 4–5
75 Japan Yuya Tezuka 4
Japan Honda Formula Dream Project 7 Japan Mizuki Ishizaka[2] All
8 Japan Yuta Kamimura[2] All
9 Japan Sena Sakaguchi[2] All
10 Japan Takuya Otaki All
Japan Rn-sports 11 Japan Toshiki Oyu All
Japan B-MAX Racing Team 13 Japan Motoyoshi Yoshida 1–2, 4–6
Japan "Syuji" 3
50 Japan Shinji Sawada All
Hong Kong KCMG 14 Japan Yuki Nemoto All
Japan CMS Motorsports Project 15 Japan Yuga Katsumata 2–6
Japan Media Do Kageyama Racing 16 Japan Takuro Shinohara All
Japan Buzz International 17 Japan Hiroki Inui 1
Japan Junpei Kato 2–6
18 Japan Shigetomo Shimono 1–5
Japan Yuki Urata 6
Italy VSR Lamborghini S.C. Formula Jr. 19 Japan Rikiya Kanazawa 6
63 South Korea Do Yun Hwang All
Japan RSS 21 Japan "Dragon" 1–5
Japan Seiya Jin 6
Japan N-SPEED 23 Japan "Yugo" All
Japan Eagle Sport 29 Japan Turbo Asahi All
30 Japan Kuninori Nakane All
Japan miNami aoYama Project 32 Japan Ayaka Imahashi 1–2
33 Japan Miki Koyama 1
Japan Miku Ikejima 2
Japan TOM'S Spirit 36 Japan Ritomo Miyata All
37 Japan Kazuto Kotaka All
Japan Garage Chabatake 38 Japan Satoshi Anbe 2, 4
58 Japan Takuma Abe All
Japan Team Right Way 47 Japan Takahiro Ban 6
Japan Silver Star Racing 51 Japan Kotoka Goibuchi 2–3
South Korea Lee Jung Woo 5
Japan Kohei Tokumasu 6
Japan Saitama Toyopet GreenBrave 52 Japan Hiroki Kokuzawa 1–4
Japan Miki Koyama 6
Japan Le Beausset Motorsports 60 Japan Kohta Kawaai All
61 Japan Reiji Hiraki All
62 Japan Yuya Hiraki All
Japan Skill Speed 66 Japan Riku Hashimoto All
Japan leprix sport 70 Japan Yuya Taira All
Japan Reon Kids Racing 73 Japan Kotoka Goibuchi 6
Japan Team Plus 10 ・ NRS 83 Japan Ryosuke Takehira All
Japan Zap Speed Racing Team 86 Japan Toshihiko Hachiro
Japan "Osaka Hachiro"
1–2, 4
5–6
Japan Succeed Sports 88 Japan Shintaro Kawabata All
89 Japan Ryota Kiyohara 1–3

Race calendar and results

All rounds were held in Japan and were part of the Super GT events. The Autopolis round, initially scheduled for May 22nd, has been cancelled in the aftermath of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes.[3] On July 1, it was finally decided that one of the cancelled races will be held at the fourth round at Fuji and the other at the season finale at Motegi, both rounds becoming triple-header rounds.[4]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning driver Winning team
1 R1 Okayama International Circuit, Mimasaka 9 April Japan Shintaro Kawabata Japan Sena Sakaguchi Japan Shintaro Kawabata Japan Succeed Sports
R2 10 April Japan Shintaro Kawabata Japan Mizuki Ishizaka Japan Shintaro Kawabata Japan Succeed Sports
2 R1 Fuji Speedway, Oyama 3 May Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Shintaro Kawabata Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan TOM'S Spirit
R2 4 May Japan Shinji Sawada Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan TOM'S Spirit
3 R1 Sportsland SUGO, Murata 23 July Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Rn-sports
R2 24 July Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan TOM'S Spirit
4 R1 Fuji Speedway, Oyama 6 August Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Takuro Shinohara Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan TOM'S Spirit
R2 7 August Japan Kazuto Kotaka Japan Tomoki Takahashi Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan TOM'S Spirit
R3 Japan Takuro Shinohara Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Yuya Hiraki Japan Le Beausset Motorsports
5 R1 Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka 27 August Japan Takuya Otaki Japan Sena Sakaguchi Japan Takuya Otaki Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
R2 28 August Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Rn-sports
6 R1 Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi 12 November Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Takuro Shinohara Japan Kohta Kawaii Japan Le Beausset Motorsports
R2 Japan Toshiki Oyu Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Sena Sakaguchi Japan Honda Formula Dream Project
R3 13 November Japan Takuro Shinohara Japan Ritomo Miyata Japan Yuya Hiraki Japan Le Beausset Motorsports

Championship standings

Only the best thirteen results counts towards the championship. Points are awarded to the top 10 classified finishers in each race. No points are awarded for pole position or fastest lap.

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

Drivers' standings

Pos Driver OKA FUJ1 SUG FUJ2 SUZ MOT Points
1 Japan Ritomo Miyata 5 Ret Ret 2 DSQ 2 1 1 4 6 6 22 2 11 142
2 Japan Sena Sakaguchi 2 Ret 3 4 Ret 9 3 2 3 24 2 Ret 1 15 138
3 Japan Toshiki Oyu 8 4 Ret 14 1 4 6 4 24 4 1 13 3 10 126
4 Japan Mizuki Ishizaka 4 3 5 25 2 18 4 5 5 5 7 26 8 4 119
5 Japan Kazuto Kotaka 10 10 1 1 DSQ 1 2 25 16 7 Ret 24 4 16 113
6 Japan Yuya Hiraki Ret 5 15 8 4 5 10 14 1 8 11 3 18 1 106
7 Japan Shinji Sawada 6 16 2 3 15 14 5 28 Ret 3 3 5 13 3 106
8 Japan Takuro Shinohara 12 9 4 15 10 12 7 3 2 15 12 Ret 6 2 80
9 Japan Shintaro Kawabata 1 1 Ret Ret Ret 6 28 8 6 12 8 15 26 8 78
10 Japan Shunsuke Kouno 7 Ret Ret 5 6 Ret 9 6 26 13 9 2 11 5 64
11 Japan Kohta Kawaai Ret 6 8 7 5 10 14 13 27 25 14 1 9 Ret 56
12 Japan Takuya Otaki Ret 15 33 19 8 13 8 11 Ret 1 30 8 5 6 55
13 Japan Yuki Nemoto 9 7 6 6 Ret 3 Ret 7 19 10 10 20 7 13 53
14 Japan Yuta Kamimura 3 2 9 10 7 Ret 12 9 28 14 21 Ret 10 18 45
15 Japan Tomoki Takahashi 11 14 7 29 3 8 13 22 18 26 5 14 14 7 41
16 Japan Yuki Tsunoda 2 4 30
17 Japan Yuya Taira 16 18 16 28 19 11 24 24 Ret 9 13 4 Ret 27 14
18 Japan Turbo Asahi 14 8 10 9 22 21 Ret 18 9 Ret 17 Ret 16 20 9
19 Japan Yuki Urata 22 30 13 Ret 6 32 Ret 8
20 Japan Reiji Hiraki 25 13 12 11 Ret 7 32 23 Ret 11 20 21 12 9 8
21 Japan Takuma Abe 30 27 20 24 12 26 Ret 12 7 17 28 12 DSQ DSQ 6
22 Japan Junpei Kato 17 16 14 22 19 15 Ret 19 15 7 20 17 6
23 Japan Yuga Katsumata 22 Ret 17 20 15 Ret 8 22 22 32 DNS DNS 4
24 Japan Ryota Kiyohara 13 12 11 13 9 15 2
25 Japan Seiya Jin 9 24 19 2
26 Japan Riku Hashimoto 19 20 19 Ret 18 16 18 21 10 18 16 23 Ret 26 1
27 Japan Ryosuke Takehira 20 21 23 Ret 13 19 11 20 Ret 23 19 10 15 12 1
28 Japan Yuya Tezuka 23 10 Ret 1
29 Japan Rikiya Kanazawa 11 19 14 0
30 Japan "Dragon" 18 24 18 17 11 29 21 19 Ret 21 23 0
31 Japan Miku Ikejima 24 20 21 20 20 17 11 27 25 Ret 0
32 Japan Miki Koyama Ret 11 28 21 24 0
33 Japan Hiroki Kokuzawa 31 23 14 32 16 30 16 26 12 0
34 South Korea Do Yun Hwang 17 25 28 12 Ret Ret 17 27 21 29 24 18 Ret 21 0
35 Japan Yuichi Sasaki 30 22 23 23 26 31 13 Ret 27 28 0
36 Japan Kuninori Nakane 26 26 29 26 24 Ret 29 29 14 27 27 25 28 Ret 0
37 Japan Shigetomo Shimono000 15 17 21 18 17 24 Ret 16 22 16 18 0
38 Japan Motoyoshi Yoshida 27 28 27 27 27 32 15 30 29 29 29 31 0
39 Japan Kohei Tokumasu 19 17 22 0
40 Japan Kotoka Goibuchi 25 21 26 25 17 22 23 0
41 Japan Satoshi Anbe 26 30 22 35 17 0
42 Japan Hiroki Inui 23 19 0
43 South Korea Lee Jung Woo 20 26 0
44 Japan Toshihiko Hachiro
Japan "Osaka Hachiro"
29 31 32 31 31 34 20 32 31 30 30 29 0
45 Japan Takashi Hata 21 Ret Ret Ret 25 30 23 28 25 0
46 Japan Ayaka Imahashi 24 22 Ret Ret 0
47 Japan "Yugo" 28 29 31 23 27 28 30 33 25 31 Ret 31 31 30 0
48 Japan "Syuji" 25 27 0
Pos Driver OKA FUJ1 SUG FUJ2 SUZ 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 Honda Formula Dream Project 203
2 Japan TOM'S Spirit 182
3 Japan Rn-sports 125
4 Japan Le Beausset Motorsports 99
5 Japan B-Max Racing team 91
6 Japan Field Motorsport 79
7 Japan Succeed Sports 76
8 Japan Media Do Kageyama Racing 63
9 Hong Kong KCMG 53
10 Japan Sutekina Racing Team 30
11 Japan Leprix Sport 14
12 Japan Eagle Sport 9
13 Japan Buzz International 8
14 Japan Garage Chabatake 6
15 Japan CMS Motorsports Project 4
16 Japan RSS 2
17 Japan Skill Speed 1
18 Japan Team Plus 10 NRS 1

References

  1. ^ "2016 Calendar". F4 Japanese Championship. GT-Association. 12 February 2016. Archived from the original on 10 March 2016. Retrieved 15 February 2016.
  2. ^ a b c "Honda 2016 Motorsports Program Overview". Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. 12 February 2016. Retrieved 12 February 2016.
  3. ^ "2016 FIA-F4選手権第5戦・第6戦オートポリス大会は残念ながら中止が決定". F4 Japanese Championship. GT-Association. 9 May 2016. Retrieved 23 July 2016.
  4. ^ "中止となったオートポリス大会の代替レースは8月富士大会と11月もてぎ大会での3レース開催へ". F4 Japanese Championship. GT-Association. 1 July 2016. Retrieved 23 July 2016.

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