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The 2006 Bridgestone Presents the Champ Car World Series Powered by Ford season was the 28th overall and the third and penultimate season of the Champ Car World Series era of American open wheel racing. It began on April 9, 2006 in Long Beach, California and ended on November 12 in Mexico City, Mexico after 14 races. The Bridgestone Presents the Champ Car World Series Powered by Ford Drivers' Champion was Sébastien Bourdais, his third consecutive championship. He was the first driver to win three American open wheel National Championships in a row since Ted Horn in 1948. The Rookie of the Year was Will Power.

2006 Champ Car season
Bridgestone Presents the Champ Car World Series Powered by Ford
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Season
Races14
Start dateApril 9
End dateNovember 12
Awards
Drivers' championFrance Sébastien Bourdais
Nations' CupFrance France
Rookie of the YearAustralia Will Power
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Contents

Drivers and teamsEdit

The 2.65 liter turbo V8 FordCosworth XFE engine continued to be the exclusive power plant for the series. Bridgestone also continued as the exclusive series tire supplier. The two companies continued the marketing agreement that branded the series Bridgestone Presents the Champ Car World Series Powered by Ford. All teams ran the Lola B03/00 chassis, the final year these chassis would be run in the series.

The following teams and drivers competed in the 2006 Champ Car season.

Team No Drivers Races Primary Sponsors
  Newman/Haas Racing 1   Sébastien Bourdais All McDonald's
2   Bruno Junqueira All Hole in the Wall Camps
  Forsythe Racing 3   Paul Tracy 1-13 Indeck
  David Martínez 14 Telmex
7   Mario Domínguez 1-4 Roshfrans
  A. J. Allmendinger 5-13 Indeck
  Buddy Rice 14
  CTE Racing-HVM 4   Nelson Philippe All A Bird & A Bear Entertainment
14   Dan Clarke All
The Imagine Appeal 3
  Team Australia 5   Will Power All Aussie Vineyards
15   Alex Tagliani All
  PKV Racing 6   Oriol Servià All Gulfstream
20   Katherine Legge All Optium 1
Bell Micro 13
  Rocketsports Racing 8   Antônio Pizzonia 1 Champ Car Rotax Kart Challenge
  Nicky Pastorelli 2-6, 8-11 Bavaria City Racing 4
Curacao Tourist Board 5
  Mario Domínguez 12-14 Pemex
18   Tõnis Kasemets 5-8, 12 Flexovit Abrasives
  Antônio Pizzonia 11, 13-14 Team Brasil 1
Lexington Energy Services 2
  RuSPORT 9   Justin Wilson 1-12, 14 CDW
10   A. J. Allmendinger 1-4 RuSPORT
  Cristiano da Matta 5-9
  Ryan Briscoe 13-14
  Dale Coyne Racing 11   Jan Heylen All Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q 4
Muermans 2
Media Mall 7
BergHOFF 1
19   Cristiano da Matta 1-4 Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q
  Mario Domínguez 5-11
  Juan Cáceres 12
  Andreas Wirth 13-14
  Mi-Jack Conquest Racing 27   Andrew Ranger All Tide 4
Mi-Jack 4
MSR Houston Racing School 1
Grand Prix of Montreal 1
Wal-Mart 4
34   Charles Zwolsman All Mi-Jack 11
GoldenPalace.net 3
Part Time Entries
  PKV Racing 12   Jimmy Vasser 1 Bell Micro

Team and driver changesEdit

Mid-season changesEdit

  • Dutchman Nicky Pastorelli was announced as Rocketsports Racing's "full-time" driver on April 28.[11] Pastorelli was a test driver for Jordan Grand Prix in 2005 and in October 2005 had been originally introduced as the third driver for the team which was renamed Midland F1 Racing after the 2005 season,[12] but that opportunity fell through in December when one of Pastorelli's investors backed out of the deal.[13] It would not be the last time Nicky would have sponsorship problems.
  • On June 9, following the race at the Milwaukee Mile, the RuSPORT team announced that they were replacing A. J. Allmendinger with Cristiano da Matta.[14] The change was surprise, as Allmendinger had been the cornerstone of the team since its founding in 2002. The Champ Car series was temporarily left without an American driver.
  • On June 12 Forsythe Racing announced that they were parting company with Mario Domínguez. Domínguez had crashed on this opening lap of the Milwaukee race, taking out himself and his teammate Paul Tracy as well as Bruno Junqueira. The series stewards penalized him for the crash, stripping him of the points earned for his 14th-place finish.[15] Two days later the open seat was filled as A. J. Allmendinger was announced as Domínguez's replacement at Forsythe, a pairing that was quickly rewarded with victories in the following three races starting at Portland.[16] Meanwhile, Domínguez moved to Dale Coyne Racing to take the seat vacated by da Matta.
  • Rocketsports Racing expanded back to a two-car team beginning with the Portland race. Atlantic series veteran Tõnis Kasemets became the first Champ Car driver of Estonian descent. Kasemets was initially slated to run six races for the team, but would only end up running five races.[17]
  • Rocketsports Racing reverted to a one-car team at Toronto when one of Nicky Pastorelli's sponsors defaulted and his #8 car was not run.[18] The sponsorship problem was solved in time for the next round in Edmonton.
  • On August 3 Cristiano da Matta was seriously injured after colliding with a deer during testing at Road America. While da Matta would eventually recover, the crash ended his open-wheel racing career.[19] RuSPORT did not run da Matta's #10 car again until the final two rounds of the season when IndyCar veteran Ryan Briscoe made his Champ Car debut at his home race, Surfers Paradise.[20]
  • Antônio Pizzonia returned to Rocketsports Racing as the driver of the #18 car for the race in Montreal.[21] Pizzonia would go on to sit out the Road America round in favor of Tõnis Kasemets, but would finish out the remainder of the year for the team in the #18 car.[22]
  • Mario Domínguez found a home at his third race team for the year by signing up to join Rocketsports Racing before the Road America race weekend, taking over the #8 car from Nicky Pastorelli.[23] Dale Coyne Racing replaced Domínguez in the #19 car with Euroseries 3000 driver and one-time Minardi F1 tester Juan Cáceres of Uruguay.[24]
  • German Andreas Wirth, the third-place finisher in the 2006 Champ Car Atlantic season, took over the Dale Coyne #19 car at Surfers Paradise and also finished the season with the team at Mexico City.[25]
  • On October 24, following the race in Surfers Paradise, A. J. Allmendinger announced that he would drive for Team Red Bull in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series in 2007.[26] On October 27 the Forsythe Racing team announced that Allmendinger would be replaced by 2004 Indianapolis 500 winner Buddy Rice for the final race of the season in Mexico City. This would be Rice's only career Champ Car start.[27]
  • On October 31, the Forsythe Racing team announced that they would run a third car in Mexico City. Mexican David Martínez, a veteran of the Atlantics series, was signed to make his Champ Car debut driving the #33 car.[28]
  • Paul Tracy did not race in the final round in Mexico City after he broke his right scapula in an alcohol-fueled accident that was alternately reported as happening on either an ATV or a golf cart.[29][30] David Martínez ended up making his Champ Car debut driving Tracy's #3 car instead of the #33 he was originally slated to drive.

RacesEdit

Rnd Date Race Name Circuit City/Location
1 April 9   Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Streets of Long Beach (S) Long Beach, California
2 May 13   Grand Prix of Houston Streets of Houston (S) Houston, Texas
3 May 21   Tecate Grand Prix of Monterrey Presented by Roshfrans Fundidora Park (S) Monterrey, Mexico
4 June 4   Time Warner Cable Road Runner 225 Milwaukee Mile (O) West Allis, Wisconsin
5 June 18   Grand Prix of Portland Presented by G. I. Joe's Portland International Raceway (R) Portland, Oregon
6 June 25   Champ Car Grand Prix of Cleveland Presented by U. S. Bank Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport (S) Cleveland, Ohio
7 July 9   Molson Grand Prix of Toronto Exhibition Place (S) Toronto, Canada
8 July 23   West Edmonton Mall Grand Prix Presented by The Brick JAGflo Speedway (S) Edmonton, Canada
9 July 30   Canary Foundation Grand Prix of San José Presented by Taylor Woodrow Streets of San Jose (S) San Jose, California
10 August 13   Grand Prix of Denver Streets of Denver (S) Denver, Colorado
11 August 27   Champ Car Grand Prix de Montréal Circuit Gilles Villeneuve (R) Montreal, Canada
12 September 24   Grand Prix of Road America Road America (R) Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
13 October 22   Lexmark Indy 300 Surfers Paradise Street Circuit (S) Surfers Paradise, Australia
14 November 12   Gran Premio Telmex Presented by Banamex Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez (R) Mexico City, Mexico

(R) Dedicated road course, (O) Oval/Speedway, (S) Temporary street circuit

The initial 2006 schedule announced by Champ Car on August 13, 2005 contained 15 races.[31] The 15th race was scheduled to take place on a new permanent road course in Ansan, South Korea. The scheduled 2005 race at the track was canceled in September 2005 when the circuit was determined to be unready to host the event. A return to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway was also on the initial schedule, but on November 29, 2005 it was announced that the Champ Cars would be returning to Road America after a one-year hiatus instead of returning to the banked oval in Vegas.[32] The race schedule shrank back to 14 races in July 2006 when it was announced that the event in Ansan had been canceled yet again.[33] It was the third year in a row a Champ Car event in South Korea failed to materialize.

Season summaryEdit

Race resultsEdit

Rnd Race Name Pole position Fastest lap Lead most laps Winning driver Winning team Report
1   Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas Racing Report
2   Grand Prix of Houston   Mario Domínguez   Sébastien Bourdais   Mario Domínguez   Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas Racing Report
3   Tecate Grand Prix of Monterrey Presented by Roshfrans   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas Racing Report
4   Time Warner Cable Road Runner 225   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas Racing Report
5   Grand Prix of Portland Presented by G. I. Joe's   Bruno Junqueira   Will Power   A. J. Allmendinger   A. J. Allmendinger Forsythe Racing Report
6   Champ Car Grand Prix of Cleveland Presented by U. S. Bank   A. J. Allmendinger   Nelson Philippe   A. J. Allmendinger   A. J. Allmendinger Forsythe Racing Report
7   Molson Grand Prix of Toronto   Justin Wilson   Alex Tagliani   A. J. Allmendinger   A. J. Allmendinger Forsythe Racing Report
8   West Edmonton Mall Grand Prix Presented by The Brick   Sébastien Bourdais   Justin Wilson   Sébastien Bourdais   Justin Wilson RuSPORT Report
9   Canary Foundation Grand Prix of San José Presented by Taylor Woodrow   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas Racing Report
10   Grand Prix of Denver   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   A. J. Allmendinger   A. J. Allmendinger Forsythe Racing Report
11   Champ Car Grand Prix de Montréal   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas Racing Report
12   Grand Prix of Road America   Dan Clarke   Sébastien Bourdais   Sébastien Bourdais   A. J. Allmendinger Forsythe Racing Report
13   Lexmark Indy 300   Will Power   Paul Tracy   Nelson Philippe
  Will Power
  Nelson Philippe CTE Racing-HVM Report
14   Gran Premio Telmex Presented by Banamex   Justin Wilson   Sébastien Bourdais   Justin Wilson   Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas Racing Report

Final driver standingsEdit

Pos Driver LBH   HOU   MTY   MIL   POR   CLE   TOR   EDM   SJO   DEN   MTL   ROA   SRF   MXC   Pts
1   Sébastien Bourdais 1* 1 1* 1* 3 18 3 2* 1* 7 1* 3* 8 1 387
2   Justin Wilson 2 5 2 2 2 13 4 1 3 8 14 5 Wth 5 2* 298
3   A. J. Allmendinger 16 8 3 4 1* 1* 1* 3 7 1* 17 1 16 285
4   Nelson Philippe 13 4 17 3 8 10 13 14 4 5 3 14 1* 7 231
5   Bruno Junqueira 15 10 10 15 4 2 8 15 17 2 12 2 6 4 219
6   Will Power  RY  9 7 11 11 18 9 7 6 6 4 5 13 12 3 213
7   Paul Tracy 17 2 4 16 7 16 2 5 15 3 6 4 2 10 4 209
8   Alex Tagliani 3 11 5 Wth 1 11 4 6 12 14 16 7 11 3 5 205
9   Mario Domínguez 4 3* 6 14 2 14 6 11 8 5 13 10 12 2 17 202
10   Andrew Ranger 6 6 7 7 9 11 10 7 13 14 15 8 5 8 200
11   Oriol Servià 18 12 8 5 10 3 12 4 8 15 16 4 13 6 197
12   Dan Clarke  R  11 16 13 8 6 7 17 9 16 3 4 6 17 18 175
13   Charles Zwolsman  R  12 15 12 9 12 15 9 10 9 10 8 7 7 11 162
14   Jan Heylen  R  7 13 16 12 15 5 16 16 11 11 9 9 14 13 140
15   Cristiano da Matta 5 9 9 13 5 14 5 18 2 134
16   Katherine Legge  R  8 14 14 6 13 8 14 13 12 9 13 16 15 16 133
17   Nicky Pastorelli  R  17 15 10 17 17 17 10 12 6 73
18   Antônio Pizzonia  R  10 11 10 12 43
19   Tõnis Kasemets  R  16 12 15 11 17 34
20   Andreas Wirth  R  9 15 19
21   Ryan Briscoe  R  11 14 17
22   David Martínez  R  9 13
23   Buddy Rice  R  10 11
24   Jimmy Vasser 14 7
25   Juan Cáceres  R  15 6
Pos Driver LBH   HOU   MTY   MIL   POR   CLE   TOR   EDM   SJO   DEN   MTL   ROA   SRF   MXC   Pts
Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green 4th & 5th place
Light Blue 6th-10th place
Dark Blue Finished
(Outside Top 10)
Purple Did not finish
Red Did not qualify
(DNQ)
Brown Withdrawn
(Wth)
Black Disqualified
(DSQ)
White Did not start
(DNS)
Blank Did not
participate
(DNP)
Not competing
In-line notation
Bold Pole position
Italics Ran fastest race lap
* Led most race laps
 RY  Rookie of the Year
 R  Rookie

Notes:

Nation's CupEdit

  • Top result per race counts towards the Nation's Cup
Pos Country LBH   HOU   MTY   MIL   POR   CLE   TOR   EDM   SJO   DEN   MTL   ROA   SRF   MXC   Pts
1   France 1 1 1 1 3 10 3 2 1 5 1 3 1 1 397
2   United Kingdom 2 5 2 2 2 7 4 1 3 3 4 5 15 2 331
3   United States 14 8 3 4 1 1 1 3 7 1 17 1 16 10 292
3   Canada 3 2 4 7 7 4 2 5 13 6 2 8 3 5 292
5   Brazil 5 9 9 13 4 2 5 15 2 2 11 2 6 4 266
6   Mexico 4 3 6 141 14 6 11 8 5 13 10 12 2 9 209
7   Australia 9 7 11 11 18 9 7 6 6 4 5 13 11 3 209
8   Spain 18 12 8 5 10 3 12 4 8 15 16 4 13 6 192
9   Netherlands 12 15 12 9 12 15 9 10 9 10 6 7 7 11 163
10   Belgium 7 13 16 12 15 5 16 16 11 11 9 9 14 13 137
11   Estonia 16 12 15 11 17 34
12   Germany 9 15 19
12   Uruguay 15 6
Pos Country LBH   HOU   MTY   MIL   POR   CLE   TOR   EDM   SJO   DEN   MTL   ROA   SRF   MXC   Pts

NotesEdit

1 Mexico was penalized 7 points as a result of a penalty applied to Mario Domínguez in Milwaukee[35]

Driver BreakdownEdit

Pos Driver Team Entries Wins Podiums Top 5 Top 10 Poles Laps Led Pts
1   Bourdais   Newman-Haas Racing 14 7 11 11 13 7 522 387
2   Wilson   RuSPORT 13 1 7 10 11 2 172 298
3   Allmendinger   Forsythe Racing
  RuSPORT
13 5 7 8 10 1 246 285
4   Philippe   CTE Racing - HVM 14 1 3 6 9 -- 65 231
5   Junqueira   Newman-Haas Racing 14 -- 3 5 9 1 37 219
6   Power (R)   Team Australia 14 -- 1 3 9 1 14 213
7   Tracy   Forsythe Racing 13 -- 3 6 9 -- 5 209
8   Tagliani   Team Australia 14 -- 2 5 7 -- 19 205
9   Domínguez   Rocketsports Racing
  Dale Coyne Racing
  Forsythe Racing
14 -- 2 4 8 1 64 202
10   Ranger   Mi-Jack Conquest Racing 14 -- -- 1 10 -- -- 200
11   Servià   PKV Racing 14 -- 1 4 8 -- 51 197
12   Clarke (R)   CTE Racing - HVM 14 -- 1 2 7 1 4 175
13   Zwolsman (R)   Mi-Jack Conquest Racing 14 -- -- -- 8 -- 16 162
14   Heylen (R)   Dale Coyne Racing 14 -- -- 1 4 -- 11 140
15   da Matta   RuSPORT
  Dale Coyne Racing
9 -- 1 4 6 -- -- 134
16   Legge (R)   PKV Racing 14 -- -- -- 4 -- 12 133
17   Pastorelli (R)   Rocketsports Racing 9 -- -- -- 3 -- -- 73
18   Pizzonia (R)   Rocketsports Racing 4 -- -- -- 2 -- 10 43
19   Kasemets (R)   Rocketsports Racing 5 -- -- -- -- -- -- 34
20   Wirth (R)   Dale Coyne Racing 2 -- -- -- 1 -- -- 19
21   Briscoe (R)   RuSPORT 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- 17
22   Martínez (R)   Forsythe Racing 1 -- -- -- 1 -- -- 13
23   Rice (R)   Forsythe Racing 1 -- -- -- 1 -- -- 11
24   Vasser   PKV Racing 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 7
25   Cáceres (R)   Dale Coyne Racing 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 6

NotesEdit

Round 2Edit

Round 4Edit

Round 9Edit

Round 10Edit

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See alsoEdit