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2009 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season
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The 2009 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season was the 18th Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season. The season began at Circuit de Catalunya on April 18 and finished at the Ciudad del Motor de Aragón on October 25, after fourteen rounds. This season was the last for the current specification Tatuus chassis. A new chassis will be introduced for the 2010 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season.[1] Albert Costa won the title holding off the challenges of Jean-Eric Vergne and António Félix da Costa, who finished tied on points, with Vergne finishing second on a tie-breaker.

Contents

Driver Lineup

  • This season saw a cap on entries, with the lineup being capped at 38 entries, depending on the circuit.[2] At some circuits, other entries took part in the testing sessions, and are listed in italics.
Team Car # Driver Rounds
France SG Formula 1 France Jean-Eric Vergne[3] All
2 Spain Miquel Monrás[3] All
3 France Hugo Valente[3] All
4 France Arthur Pic[3] All
5 New Zealand Dominic Storey[3] 1-4
United Arab Emirates Ramez Azzam 5-14
Germany Motopark Academy 6 Portugal António Félix da Costa[4] All
7 Denmark Marco Sørensen[5] All
8 Colombia Juan Jacobo[6] 1-4
Poland Kuba Giermaziak 5-6, 9-14
Finland Matias Laine 7-8
57 9-10
9 United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs[7] All
10 Denmark Kevin Magnussen[8] All
56 Brazil Luis Felipe Derani[9] 3-4, 7-8, 11-12
59 Sweden Jimmy Eriksson 11-12
60 Netherlands Bart Hylkema 11-12
65 Germany Patrick Kronenberger 13-14
Spain Epsilon Euskadi 11 France Nathanaël Berthon[10] All
12 Colombia Carlos Muñoz[10] All
14 Spain Albert Costa[10] All
15 Italy Federico Scionti 13-14
16 Spain Miguel Otegui 5-14
Italy BVM Minardi 21 Italy Andrea Roda 5-6, 11-14
22 United Kingdom Dean Smith 13-14
106 Canada Tyler Dueck
United Kingdom Fortec Motorsport 24 Sweden Kevin Kleveros[11] 1-12
25 United Kingdom Oliver Webb[12] 1-2, 9-10
Sweden Fredrik Blomstedt[9] 3-4
26 United Kingdom James Calado[12] 1-4, 9-10
27 United Kingdom Will Stevens[9] 3-4, 9-10
France Epsilon Sport 28 United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta[13] 1-4, 7-14
54 France Arno Santamato[13] 1-6
Netherlands MP Motorsport 29 United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou[9] 3-4
Estonia Karl-Oscar Liiv 7-14
30 Netherlands Nigel Melker[14] 1-10
31 Netherlands Daniël de Jong[15] All
Czech Republic Krenek Motorsport 32 Czech Republic Adam Kout[16] All
33 Czech Republic Jakub Knoll[16] All
134 Angola Luís Sá Silva
Spain iQuick 34 Denmark Johan Jokinen[17] 1-4
Italy Marco Betti 5-6, 9-10
Italy Federico Scionti 7-8
Spain Jordi Cunill 13-14
35 Germany Patrick Kronenberger[17] 1-10
France Tristan Vautier 13-14
Italy One Racing 36 Italy Daniel Mancinelli[18] 1-6, 9-10
37 Italy Federico Scionti[19] 1-6, 9-10
Switzerland Jenzer Motorsport 50 Spain Genís Olivé[20] All
51 Switzerland Nico Müller[20] All
53 Switzerland Fabien Thuner[21] 1-12
Russia Maxim Zimin 13-14
152 Switzerland Zoel Amberg
France Pole Services 55 France Benjamin Lariche[22] 1-2, 11-14
58 France Arno Santamato 9-10
Germany SL Formula 61 Germany Julian Eisenreich 11-12
Italy CO2 Motorsport 103 Portugal Bernardo Arnaut
104 Switzerland Stefano Comini
160 Chile Martin Scuncio
161 Italy Giovanni Venturini
162 Germany Thiemo Storz
Italy Scuderia Antonino 107 Italy Antonino Pellegrino
Italy Facondini by Draco Racing 108 France Romain Vozniak
110 Italy Nikolas Kvasi
Finland Koiranen bros. Motorsport 116 Finland Daniel Aho
117 Finland Toomas Heikkinen
118 Finland Jesse Laine
Estonia TT Racing 120 Estonia Kevin Korjus
Slovakia Steiner Motorsport 121 Slovakia Bianca Steiner
Denmark KEO Racing 125 United States Robert Siska
130
126 Denmark Daniel Schilling
Austria Ledermair 143 Austria Johann Ledermair
France SG Driver's Project 161 France Julien Abelli
171 United Arab Emirates Ramez Azzam
181 France Kevin Breysse
Spain Amiter Gruppo Sport 170 Spain Marcelo Conchado

Race calendar

Race Location Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 Spain Montmeló, Spain Circuit de Catalunya April 18 Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa France Nathanaël Berthon Spain Epsilon Euskadi
2 April 19 Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Epsilon Euskadi
3 Belgium Spa, Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps May 2 Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Epsilon Euskadi
4 May 3 Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Epsilon Euskadi
5 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Hungaroring June 13 France Jean-Eric Vergne France Jean-Eric Vergne France Jean-Eric Vergne France SG Formula
6 June 14 United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs Denmark Kevin Magnussen United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs Germany Motopark Academy
7 United Kingdom Silverstone, UK Silverstone Circuit July 4 France Jean-Eric Vergne Portugal António Félix da Costa Portugal António Félix da Costa Germany Motopark Academy
8 July 5 France Jean-Eric Vergne Spain Albert Costa France Jean-Eric Vergne France SG Formula
9 France Le Mans, France Bugatti Circuit July 18 France Jean-Eric Vergne France Jean-Eric Vergne France Jean-Eric Vergne France SG Formula
10 July 19 France Jean-Eric Vergne Portugal António Félix da Costa France Jean-Eric Vergne France SG Formula
11 Germany Nürburg, Germany Nürburgring September 19 Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Epsilon Euskadi
12 September 20 Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Albert Costa Spain Epsilon Euskadi
13 Spain Alcañiz, Spain Ciudad del Motor de Aragón October 24 Portugal António Félix da Costa Portugal António Félix da Costa Portugal António Félix da Costa Germany Motopark Academy
14 October 25 Portugal António Félix da Costa Italy Federico Scionti Portugal António Félix da Costa Germany Motopark Academy

Driver standings

Points are awarded to the drivers as follows:

Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 PP*
Points 15 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1 1

* - only awarded to race one polesitters

Pos Driver CAT
1

Spain
CAT
2

Spain
SPA
1

Belgium
SPA
2

Belgium
HUN
1

Hungary
HUN
2

Hungary
SIL
1

United Kingdom
SIL
2

United Kingdom
BUG
1

France
BUG
2

France
NÜR
1

Germany
NÜR
2

Germany
ALC
1

Spain
ALC
2

Spain
Points
1 Spain Albert Costa DSQ 1 1 1 Ret 2 2 Ret 2 Ret 1 1 2 3 138
2 France Jean-Eric Vergne Ret 23 3 8 1 7 3 1 1 1 3 2 3 6 128
3 Portugal António Félix da Costa 3 2 2 2 4 5 1 Ret 3 2 DSQ DSQ 1 1 128
4 United Kingdom Adrian Quaife-Hobbs 8 Ret 4 3 6 1 9 3 14 6 4 9 6 4 83
5 Spain Miquel Monrás 5 3 Ret 5 3 3 4 6 5 7 Ret 4 12 9 76
6 France Nathanaël Berthon 1 Ret 7 6 2 24 8 8 6 4 Ret 7 9 7 67
7 Denmark Kevin Magnussen Ret Ret 5 4 16 21 6 10 7 3 DSQ DSQ 4 5 50
8 Colombia Carlos Muñoz 9 Ret 8 Ret 5 Ret 5 9 8 10 Ret 3 11 10 36
9 Poland Kuba Giermaziak Ret 4 11 8 2 6 8 Ret 32
10 France Arthur Pic 20 7 10 9 12 14 7 4 4 Ret 13 Ret 13 14 27
11 Switzerland Nico Müller 2 22 17 10 7 9 15 11 17 Ret 5 11 24 12 25
12 United Arab Emirates Ramez Azzam 8 10 11 7 9 5 Ret Ret DNS DNS 16
13 Czech Republic Adam Kout 12 8 19 Ret 11 11 Ret 2 13 14 19 15 21 15 15
14 Germany Patrick Kronenberger 10 4 12 11 21 6 14 13 10 Ret 15 Ret 15
15 Denmark Marco Sørensen 14 Ret 9 15 DSQ DSQ 10 Ret 20 12 6 8 18 8 15
16 United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta 6 Ret 15 12 16 14 12 13 7 12 10 17 11
17 United Kingdom James Calado 25 5 11 7 18 11 10
18 Spain Miguel Otegui 9 23 12 15 Ret 9 16 5 Ret 24 10
19 Italy Daniel Mancinelli 7 6 13 20 Ret Ret 15 Ret 9
20 Denmark Johan Jokinen 4 Ret 14 14 8
21 Italy Federico Scionti 19 18 31 Ret 19 25 17 21 25 Ret 5 11 7
22 Finland Matias Laine Ret 5 26 20 6
23 Netherlands Nigel Melker 15 16 6 Ret 22 18 Ret 12 Ret Ret 5
24 France Hugo Valente Ret 10 28 21 10 12 13 18 23 17 8 Ret Ret 19 5
25 Netherlands Daniël de Jong 11 21 18 19 Ret 8 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 19 Ret 3
26 New Zealand Dominic Storey 23 9 22 16 2
27 Brazil Luis Felipe Derani 20 Ret 18 17 9 Ret 2
28 Spain Genís Olivé 18 12 16 13 13 22 22 16 19 16 11 10 14 Ret 2
29 United Kingdom Oliver Webb 13 11 21 21 0
30 Sweden Kevin Kleveros 17 14 29 27 17 15 21 Ret 27 Ret 14 13 0
31 France Arno Santamato Ret 13 23 24 14 17 24 Ret 0
32 Switzerland Fabien Thuner 22 19 26 25 15 13 Ret 19 22 18 17 18 0
33 Estonia Karl-Oscar Liiv 19 20 28 19 15 21 Ret 16 0
34 United Kingdom Will Stevens 24 22 16 15 0
35 France Benjamin Lariche 21 15 18 17 22 23 0
36 Colombia Juan Jacobo 16 17 21 17 0
37 Italy Marco Betti 18 16 Ret 22 0
38 United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou 25 18 0
39 Czech Republic Jakub Knoll 24 20 30 26 20 19 20 22 29 Ret 20 19 20 22 0
40 Italy Andrea Roda 23 20 21 20 25 20 0
41 Sweden Fredrik Blomstedt 27 23 0
guest drivers ineligible for points
United Kingdom Dean Smith 7 2 0
Sweden Jimmy Eriksson 10 14 0
Netherlands Bart Hylkema 12 22 0
France Tristan Vautier 17 13 0
Spain Jordi Cunill 16 18 0
Germany Julian Eisenreich 22 16 0
Russia Maxim Zimin 23 21 0
Pos Driver CAT
1

Spain
CAT
2

Spain
SPA
1

Belgium
SPA
2

Belgium
HUN
1

Hungary
HUN
2

Hungary
SIL
1

United Kingdom
SIL
2

United Kingdom
BUG
1

France
BUG
2

France
NÜR
1

Germany
NÜR
2

Germany
ALC
1

Spain
ALC
2

Spain
Points
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Not classified (NC)
Purple Did not finish (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
Excluded (EX)

Bold - Pole
Italics - Fastest Lap

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