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Formula Renault Northern European Cup

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Formula Renault Northern European Cup
2016 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC logo.svg
CategoryFormula Renault 2.0
Inaugural season2006
Engine suppliersRenault
Tyre suppliersMichelin[2]
Last Drivers' championGermany Doureid Ghattas
Last Teams' championFrance R-ace GP

The Formula Renault Northern European Cup (formerly Formula Renault 2.0 NEC) was a Formula Renault 2.0 championship originally held in Northern Europe (Germany, Netherlands and Belgium), but has expanded over the years to the whole of Europe. The series was created in 2006 to merge the Formula Renault 2.0 Germany created in 1991 and the Formula Renault 2.0 Netherlands created in 2003. The series was due to be rebranded as FormulaNEC but was folded prior 2019 due to lack of interest from drivers.[3]

The Formula Renault NEC is organised by its promoter MdH Consultants AG.
In 2007, a Winter Cup, the first off-season championship of this series, was organised in December, in Hockenheim and Oschersleben. The winner got a free entry for the 2008 NEC season.

The cars use Tatuus chassis and the 2.0 L Renault Clio engines like other Formula Renault 2.0 series. Michelin is the tyre supplier.

Points are allowed as following : 30 for the winner, 24 for the 2nd, 20 for the 3rd, then 17, 16, 15... until 1 for the 20. Only classified drivers are awarded by points.

A secondary class, the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup FR2000, was first contested in 2010.


Formula Renault 2.0 Germany

Formula Renault Germany
Season Champion
1991 Germany Joachim Beule
1992 Germany Thomas Wöhrle
1993 Germany Arnd Meier
1994 Germany Marcel Tiemann
1995 Germany Ralf Druckenmüller
1996 Germany Alexander Müller
1997 Austria Robert Lechner
1998 Netherlands Hugo van der Ham
1999 Hungary Zsolt Baumgartner[4]
2000 Not held
Formula Renault 2000 Germany
Season Champion
2001 Germany Marcel Lasée
2002 Austria Christian Klien
2003 United Kingdom Ryan Sharp
2004 United States Scott Speed
Formula Renault 2.0 Germany
Season Champion
2005 Finland Pekka Saarinen

Formula Renault 2.0 Netherlands

Formula Renault Netherlands
Season Champion Team Champion
1991 Netherlands Frank ten Wolde Netherlands Nomag Racing
1992 no data
Not held. Run as Benelux Series
Formula Renault 2000 Netherlands
Season Champion Team Champion
2003 Netherlands Paul Meijer Netherlands AR Motorsport
2004 Netherlands Junior Strous Netherlands AR Motorsport
Formula Renault 2.0 Netherlands
Season Champion Team Champion
2005 Netherlands Renger van der Zande Netherlands van Amersfoort Racing

Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup

Season Champion Team Champion Secondary Class Champion
2006 Portugal Filipe Albuquerque not held not held
2007 Germany Frank Kechele
2008 Finland Valtteri Bottas
2009 Portugal António Félix da Costa
2010 Belgium Ludwig Ghidi FR2000: Denmark Dear Schilling
2011 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr. Finland Koiranen bros. not held
2012 United Kingdom Jake Dennis United Kingdom Fortec Motorsports
2013 United Kingdom Matt Parry not held
2014 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing
2015 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing R: Belgium Max Defourny
2016 United Kingdom Lando Norris Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing R: United Kingdom Lando Norris

Formula Renault Northern European Cup

Season Champion Team Champion
2017 Morocco Michaël Benyahia France R-ace GP
2018 Germany Doureid Ghattas France R-ace GP


  1. ^ "Technical specifications". Formula Renault 2.0. Renault Sport. Retrieved 14 April 2016.
  2. ^ "NEC heads for promising season with more than 20 registered cars". MdH Consultants AG. 27 February 2012. Archived from the original on 10 July 2015. Retrieved 27 February 2012.
  3. ^ Evers, Jurgen (24 December 2018). "FORMULA RENAULT NORTHERN EUROPEAN SERIES (NECUP) TO END AFTER 13 YEARS AMID SINGLE-SEATER SHAKE UP". Formula Renault Northern European Cup. Retrieved 24 December 2018.
  4. ^ "Zsolt Baumgartner". Retrieved 9 July 2016.

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