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2019 Formula Renault Eurocup

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2019 Formula Renault Eurocup
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The 2019 Formula Renault Eurocup is a multi-event motor racing championship for open wheel, formula racing cars held across Europe. The championship features drivers competing in 1.8 litre Formula Renault single seat race cars that conform to the technical regulations for the championship. The 2019 season is the 29th Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season organized by the Renault Sport. The series will visit nine circuits around the Europe, with one overseas round at Abu Dhabi.[1]

The series utilizes Formula 3 chassis for the first time and new 1.8-litre turbocharged engine.[2] Series will also introduce Hankook Tires for the first in their history after long-term partnership with Michelin.[1]

Teams and drivers

On 14 November 2018, a provisional entry list of ten teams was released.[3] Fortec Motorsports left the series, while BhaiTech Racing, FA Racing by Drivex and M2 Competition have joined the series for the first time. In December 2018, Josef Kaufmann Racing announced it would be withdrawing from the championship.[4]

Team No. Driver name Status Rounds
France R-ace GP[3] 1 Australia Oscar Piastri[5][note 1] All
2 Brazil Caio Collet[8] R All
3 Russia Aleksandr Smolyar[9] All
4 Switzerland Grégoire Saucy[10][11] G 9-10
Netherlands MP Motorsport[3] 11 France Victor Martins[12] All
12 Italy Lorenzo Colombo[13] All
15 Italy Matteo Nannini[14][11] G 10
18 Belgium Amaury Cordeel[15] R All
Italy JD Motorsport[3] 25 Italy Leonardo Lorandi[16] R All
27 Belgium Ugo de Wilde[17] R All
28 Brazil João Vieira[18] R 1–8
United Kingdom Arden[3] 31 Finland Patrik Pasma[19] R All
32 United Kingdom Frank Bird[20] All
33 Spain Sebastián Fernández[21][note 2] 1, 3–5, 9–10
United Kingdom Alex Quinn[22] R 6–8
Belgium M2 Competition[3][23] 41 India Kush Maini[24] R All
42 United States Yves Baltas[25] 1–3
South Africa Callan O'Keeffe[26] 5
43 Belgium Esteban Muth[27] R 1
Germany Lucas Alecco Roy[28] R 2–4, 7, 10
46 Switzerland Patrick Schott[29] R 6–7
Spain Kilian Meyer[30] G 8
Turkey Cem Bölükbaşı[10] G 9
Italy Bhaitech[3] 51 Italy Federico Malvestiti[31] R All
53 Czech Republic Petr Ptáček[32] R All
Spain FA Racing by Drivex[3] 61 United States Brad Benavides[33] R 1–8
64 South Africa Callan O'Keeffe[34] 1–4
Angola Rui Andrade[35] 5
66 Switzerland Patrick Schott[33] R 1–4
Argentina Franco Colapinto[35] R G 5, 8
Poland Alex Karkosik[36] 6–7
Spain GRS[37] 71 Italy Alessio Deledda[18] R 1, 3–5, 9–10
72 Spain Xavier Lloveras[38] All
73 Germany Matthias Lüthen[11] G 10
Icon Status
R Rookie
G Guest drivers ineligible for points

Calendar

The provisional calendar for the 2019 season was announced on 18 October 2018.[39] The calendar was finalised on 11 December 2018 with introduction of the Yas Marina Circuit as first non-European venue in the Eurocup history. Red Bull Ring round was dropped from the calendar.[1]

Round Circuit Date Supporting
1 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 13 April Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup
R2 14 April
2 R1 United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit 11 May
R2 12 May
3 R1 Monaco Circuit de Monaco 25 May Monaco Grand Prix
R2 26 May
4 R1 France Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet 1 June Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup
R2 2 June
5 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa 26 July
R2 27 July
6 R1 Germany Nürburgring 30 August Blancpain GT World Challenge Europe
R2 1 September
7 R1 Hungary Hungaroring 7 September
R2 8 September
8 R1 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 28 September Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup
R2 29 September
9 R1 Germany Hockenheimring 5 October Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
R2 6 October
10 R1 United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit 25 October TRD 86 Cup
R2 26 October

Results

Round Circuit Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Rookie winner
1 R1 Italy Monza Italy Lorenzo Colombo Italy Leonardo Lorandi Belgium Ugo de Wilde Italy JD Motorsport Belgium Ugo de Wilde
R2 Russia Aleksandr Smolyar Russia Aleksandr Smolyar Russia Aleksandr Smolyar France R-ace GP India Kush Maini
2 R1 United Kingdom Silverstone Australia Oscar Piastri Russia Aleksandr Smolyar Australia Oscar Piastri France R-ace GP Brazil João Vieira
R2 Australia Oscar Piastri Australia Oscar Piastri Australia Oscar Piastri France R-ace GP Brazil Caio Collet
3 R1 Monaco Monaco France Victor Martins Australia Oscar Piastri France Victor Martins Netherlands MP Motorsport Brazil Caio Collet
R2 Russia Aleksandr Smolyar France Victor Martins Russia Aleksandr Smolyar France R-ace GP Brazil João Vieira
4 R1 France Paul Ricard Italy Lorenzo Colombo Italy Lorenzo Colombo Italy Lorenzo Colombo Netherlands MP Motorsport Brazil Caio Collet
R2 Italy Lorenzo Colombo Italy Lorenzo Colombo Italy Lorenzo Colombo Netherlands MP Motorsport Brazil Caio Collet
5 R1 Belgium Spa-Francorchamps France Victor Martins Australia Oscar Piastri Australia Oscar Piastri France R-ace GP India Kush Maini
R2 Italy Leonardo Lorandi Spain Sebastián Fernández Italy Lorenzo Colombo Netherlands MP Motorsport Brazil Caio Collet
6 R1 Germany Nürburgring Australia Oscar Piastri Russia Aleksandr Smolyar Australia Oscar Piastri France R-ace GP Finland Patrik Pasma
R2 Australia Oscar Piastri Australia Oscar Piastri Australia Oscar Piastri France R-ace GP United Kingdom Alex Quinn
7 R1 Hungary Hungaroring France Victor Martins Spain Xavier Lloveras France Victor Martins Netherlands MP Motorsport Brazil Caio Collet
R2 Australia Oscar Piastri Australia Oscar Piastri Australia Oscar Piastri France R-ace GP Brazil Caio Collet
8 R1 Spain Catalunya France Victor Martins France Victor Martins France Victor Martins Netherlands MP Motorsport United Kingdom Alex Quinn
R2 France Victor Martins France Victor Martins France Victor Martins Netherlands MP Motorsport Czech Republic Petr Ptáček
9 R1 Germany Hockenheim France Victor Martins Australia Oscar Piastri France Victor Martins Netherlands MP Motorsport Brazil Caio Collet
R2 France Victor Martins Russia Aleksandr Smolyar Russia Aleksandr Smolyar France R-ace GP Brazil Caio Collet
10 R1 United Arab Emirates Yas Marina France Victor Martins France Victor Martins Australia Oscar Piastri France R-ace GP India Kush Maini
R2 France Victor Martins France Victor Martins France Victor Martins Netherlands MP Motorsport Brazil Caio Collet

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 MNZ
Italy
SIL
United Kingdom
MON
Monaco
LEC
France
SPA
Belgium
NÜR
Germany
HUN[note 3]
Hungary
CAT
Spain
HOC
Germany
YMC
United Arab Emirates
Points
1 Australia Oscar Piastri[note 1] 18 4 1 1 4 5 2 6 1 4 1 1 DNS 1 5 3 2 2 1 4 320
2 France Victor Martins 4 2 10 3 1 2 3 3 2 5 5 DNS 1 3 1 1 1 5 2 1 312.5
3 Russia Aleksandr Smolyar 20 1 Ret 2 2 1 4 2 9 6 3 4 2 2 2 5 Ret 1 4 6 255
4 Italy Lorenzo Colombo Ret 3 6 5 6 7 1 1 4 1 Ret 7 3 6 7 4 13 6 3 2 214.5
5 Brazil Caio Collet 12 7 5 4 3 4 5 4 8 2 6 3 4 4 4 7 3 3 8 3 207
6 India Kush Maini 3 5 18 6 10 11 6 21 5 9 7 8 15 5 Ret 12 7 4 6 Ret 102
7 Belgium Ugo de Wilde 1 Ret 4 7 9 12 7 8 13 12 10 9 DNS 11 9 6 4 11 13 11 81
8 Czech Republic Petr Ptáček 9 12 3 15 11 Ret Ret 20 7 14 11 5 16 7 6 2 10 9 11 13 70
9 Spain Sebastián Fernández 6 10 Ret Ret 9 5 3 8 6 15 5 7 68
10 Finland Patrik Pasma 13 8 9 16 7 10 18 14 6 15 2 12 7 13 8 15 8 10 7 8 65
11 Brazil João Vieira 7 11 2 10 5 3 8 10 11 18 12 13 11 8 WD WD 59
12 United Kingdom Alex Quinn 4 2 8 Ret 3 11 48
13 Italy Leonardo Lorandi 2 6 7 11 Ret 8 16 11 Ret 7 16 Ret 10 12 10 9 14 13 15 16 45.5
14 Italy Federico Malvestiti 5 13 12 19 14 18 13 17 15 3 15 Ret 13 14 17 8 11 7 14 14 36
15 Belgium Amaury Cordeel 17 9 13 13 Ret 13 Ret 7 14 21 8 11 5 Ret 12 13 15 8 9 9 27
16 Spain Xavier Lloveras 21 Ret 17 12 Ret 6 12 9 10 17 9 6 9 Ret 13 17 12 14 Ret 10 24
17 South Africa Callan O'Keeffe 11 Ret 8 8 8 9 11 13 Ret 10 15
18 United Kingdom Frank Bird 8 14 15 20 13 15 10 12 17 11 13 10 6 Ret 15 16 9 16 17 15 14
19 United States Yves Baltas 10 Ret 11 9 16 17 3
20 Germany Lucas Alecco Roy 16 14 Ret Ret 17 16 12 9 16 17 2
21 Poland Alex Karkosik 14 14 14 10 1
22 Switzerland Patrick Schott 15 Ret 14 17 12 19 15 15 Ret Ret 17 15 0
23 United States Brad Benavides 14 Ret 19 18 17 14 14 18 19 13 WD WD DNS 16 14 14 0
24 Italy Alessio Deledda 16 Ret 15 16 19 19 18 19 DNS Ret 18 18 0
25 Belgium Esteban Muth 19 15 0
26 Angola Rui Andrade 16 16 0
guest drivers ineligible to score points
Italy Matteo Nannini 10 5
Switzerland Grégoire Saucy 5 12 12 12
Argentina Franco Colapinto 12 20 11 10
Spain Kilian Meyer 16 18
Turkey Cem Bölükbaşı 16 Ret
Germany Matthias Lüthen 19 19
Pos. Driver MNZ
Italy
SIL
United Kingdom
MON
Monaco
LEC
France
SPA
Belgium
NÜR
Germany
HUN
Hungary
CAT
Spain
HOC
Germany
YMC
United Arab Emirates
Points

Teams' championship

Only two-best cars are eligible to score points in the teams' championship.

Pos. Team MNZ
Italy
SIL
United Kingdom
MON
Monaco
LEC
France
SPA
Belgium
NÜR
Germany
HUN[note 3]
Hungary
CAT
Spain
HOC
Germany
YMC
United Arab Emirates
Points
1 France R-ace GP 12 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 1 3 637
18 4 5 2 3 4 4 4 8 4 3 3 4 2 4 5 3 2 4 4
2 Netherlands MP Motorsport 4 2 6 3 1 2 1 1 2 1 5 7 1 3 1 1 1 5 2 1 531
17 3 10 5 6 7 3 3 4 5 8 11 3 6 7 4 13 6 3 2
3 United Kingdom Arden 6 8 9 16 7 10 9 5 3 8 2 2 6 7 3 11 6 10 5 7 189
8 10 15 20 13 15 10 12 6 11 4 12 13 Ret 8 15 8 15 7 8
4 Italy JD Motorsport 1 6 2 7 5 3 7 8 11 7 10 9 10 8 9 6 4 11 13 11 173.5
2 11 4 10 9 8 8 10 13 12 12 13 11 11 10 9 14 13 15 16
5 Belgium M2 Competition 3 5 11 6 10 11 6 16 5 9 7 8 12 5 Ret 12 7 4 6 17 108
10 15 16 9 16 17 17 21 Ret 10 Ret Ret 15 9 16 18 16 Ret 16 Ret
6 Italy Bhaitech 5 12 3 15 11 18 13 17 7 3 11 5 13 7 6 2 10 7 11 13 106
9 13 12 19 14 Ret Ret 20 15 14 15 Ret 16 14 17 8 11 9 14 14
7 Spain GRS 16 Ret 17 12 15 6 12 9 10 17 9 6 9 Ret 13 17 12 14 18 10 24
21 Ret Ret 16 19 19 18 19 DNS Ret Ret 18
8 Spain FA Racing by Drivex 11 Ret 8 8 8 9 11 13 16 13 14 14 14 10 14 14 15
14 Ret 14 17 12 14 14 15 19 16 WD WD DNS 16 11 10
Pos. Team MNZ
Italy
SIL
United Kingdom
MON
Monaco
LEC
France
SPA
Belgium
NÜR
Germany
HUN
Hungary
CAT
Spain
HOC
Germany
YMC
United Arab Emirates
Points

Notes

  1. ^ a b Oscar Piastri is an Australian racing driver, despite being listed as Australian in entry list he raced under British racing license, with British flag raised above the podium and British anthem played after his wins.[6][7]
  2. ^ Sebastián Fernández is a Venezuelan driver competing under a Spanish licence.
  3. ^ a b Race 1 was stopped after 3 laps due to weather. Half points were awarded to top 10 finishers.

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