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Italian Formula Renault Championship

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Italian Formula Renault Championship
CategoryFormula Renault 2.0
CountryItaly
Inaugural season2000
Folded2012
ConstructorsTatuus
Engine suppliersRenault
Last Drivers' championItaly Kevin Gilardoni
Last Teams' championItaly GSK Grand Prix
Official websiterenaultsportitalia.it

Formula Renault 2.0 Italia was a Formula Renault 2.0 racing series that is based in Italy. The series raced mostly on Italian races but it had regular races at Belgium's Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and in Spain.

Several Formula One drivers raced in this series, including Felipe Massa, Kamui Kobayashi, Robert Kubica and Pastor Maldonado.

Regulations

Each championship round included 2 races lasting about 30 minutes. Points were awarded as follows:

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

In each race, 1 bonus point was awarded for pole position and 1 point for fastest lap. Only classified drivers were awarded points.

Champions

Season Series Name Champion Team Champion Winter Cup Champion
2000 Formula Renault 2000 Italia Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Cram Competition Italy Ronnie Quintarelli
2001 Australia Ryan Briscoe Italy Prema Powerteam Brazil Roberto Streit
2002 Argentina José María López Italy Cram Competition Finland Toni Vilander
2003 France Franck Perera Italy Prema Powerteam Venezuela Pastor Maldonado
2004 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado Italy Cram Competition Russia Mikhail Aleshin
2005 Formula Renault 2.0 Italia Japan Kamui Kobayashi Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport Finland Atte Mustonen
2006 Spain Dani Clos Italy Cram Competition Spain Jaime Alguersuari
2007 Finland Mika Mäki Spain Epsilon Red Bull Team Brazil César Ramos
2008 Norway Pål Varhaug Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport Italy Daniel Mancinelli
2009 Italy Daniel Mancinelli Italy CO2 Motorsport
2010 Italy Francesco Frisone Italy Viola Formula Racing
2011 Challenge Formula Renault 2.0 Italy Andrea Boffo Italy Team Torino Motorsport
2012 Formula Renault 2.0 Italia Italy Kevin Gilardoni Italy GSK Grand Prix

References

External links


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