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2011 World Touring Car Championship
World Drivers' Champion:
Yvan Muller
World Manufacturers' Champion:
Chevrolet
Previous: 2010 Next: 2012
Yvan Muller (front) won his third Drivers' Championship and Chevrolet won the Manufacturers' Championship. The Chevrolet trio (from the front: Muller, Robert Huff and Alain Menu) occupied the top three positions in the Drivers' Championship ranking.

The 2011 World Touring Car Championship season was the eighth season of the FIA World Touring Car Championship, and the seventh since its 2005 return. The championship, which was open to Super 2000 cars and Diesel 2000 cars,[1] began with the Race of Brazil at Curitiba on 20 March and ended with the Guia Race of Macau at the Guia Circuit on 20 November, after twelve events and twenty-four races.

The series underwent major changes with new circuits Suzuka and Tianma coming into the championship, new drivers such as Pepe Oriola to SUNRED Engineering and Robert Dahlgren with Polestar Racing for the whole season. The series lost the FIA Formula Two Championship as a support championship, but it was replaced by Auto GP. It was also supported by a brand new series, European Production Series which supported the six rounds at Zolder, Monza, Brno, Donington, Oschersleben and Valencia.

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Teams and driversEdit

A provisional list of teams and drivers was revealed on 23 February,[2] and the official entry list was published on 4 March.[3]

Team Car No. Drivers Events
Manufacturer Teams
  Chevrolet RML Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 1   Yvan Muller All
2   Robert Huff All
6   Carlos 'Cacá' Bueno 1
8   Alain Menu All
  Lukoil – SUNRED SEAT León 2.0 TDI 3   Gabriele Tarquini 1–4
SUNRED SR León 1.6T 5–12
  SUNRED Engineering SEAT León 2.0 TDI 18   Tiago Monteiro 1–4
SUNRED SR León 1.6T 5–12
  ROAL Motorsport BMW 320 TC 15   Tom Coronel All
  Polestar Racing Volvo C30 30   Robert Dahlgren 1–4
Volvo C30 DRIVe 5–12
Yokohama Trophy
  Lukoil – SUNRED SUNRED SR León 1.6T 4   Aleksey Dudukalo 7–12
  SEAT Swiss Racing by SUNRED 7   Fredy Barth 4–12
  SUNRED Engineering 17   Michel Nykjær 4–12
74   Pepe Oriola 4–12
  Zengõ-Dension Team BMW 320 TC 5   Norbert Michelisz 2–12
  bamboo-engineering Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 9   Darryl O'Young 2–12
10   Yukinori Taniguchi 2–11
  Liqui Moly Team Engstler BMW 320 TC 11   Kristian Poulsen All
12   Franz Engstler All
  Proteam Racing BMW 320 TC 20   Javier Villa All
25   Mehdi Bennani All
  Wiechers-Sport BMW 320 TC 26   Stefano D'Aste 6, 8–9
29   Colin Turkington 7, 10–11
35   Urs Sonderegger 2–5
  DeTeam KK Motorsport BMW 320 TC 64   David Sigachev 9
65   Marchy Lee 1–3
Jay-Ten Trophy
  Lukoil – SUNRED SEAT León 2.0 TDI 4   Aleksey Dudukalo 1–6
  SEAT Swiss Racing by SUNRED 7   Fredy Barth 1–3
  SUNRED Engineering 17   Michel Nykjær 1–3
74   Pepe Oriola 1–3
  bamboo-engineering Chevrolet Lacetti 9   Darryl O'Young 1
10   Yukinori Taniguchi 1
  Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport BMW 320si E90 13   Ibrahim Okyay 3, 8
  Proteam Racing BMW 320si E90 Facelift 21   Fabio Fabiani 1–4, 7–10
  Liqui Moly Team Engstler 11
Asian Wild Card Entries
  Proteam Racing BMW 320si E90 Facelift 23   Philip Ma 11–12
  Wiechers-Sport BMW 320 TC 28   Gary Kwok 12
  Chevrolet RML Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 31   Toshi Arai 10
  Liqui Moly Team Engstler BMW 320si E90 Facelift 52   Jo Merszei 12
51   Charles Ng 10
  DeTeam KK Motorsport BMW 320 TC 11–12
68   Masaki Kano 10
  SUNRED Engineering SUNRED SR León 1.6T 66   André Couto 12
88   Hiroki Yoshimoto 10
  RPM Racing Team BMW 320si E90 70   Mak Ka Lok 12
  Corsa Motorsport Chevrolet Lacetti 75   Felipe De Souza 12
76   Kuok Io Keong 12
  778 Auto Sport Peugeot 308 77   Lo Ka Chun 12

Team and driver changesEdit

Chevrolet retained their three full-time drivers from 2010, Yvan Muller, Robert Huff and Alain Menu. Cacá Bueno also joined the team in a fourth car at his home meeting in Curitiba. The team utilized the newly introduced 1,600 cc (98 cu in) engine. Again, two further Chevrolets were entered by bamboo-engineering, who retained their 2010 drivers, Darryl O'Young and Yukinori Taniguchi. Bamboo campaigned Lacettis at the first round in Curitiba, but contested the rest of the season with Cruzes.

SUNRED Engineering again ran six cars through three different team guises. Gabriele Tarquini remained with the team and was joined by former SEAT León Eurocup racer Aleksei Dudukalo, who brought Lukoil sponsorship into the team. Another three-car outfit was headed by Tiago Monteiro, who was joined by Michel Nykjær, and another graduate from the SEAT León Eurocup, Pepe Oriola. Fredy Barth completed the SEAT sextet, with his SEAT Swiss Racing by SUNRED team. The SEATs began the season using a two-litre turbo diesel engine and from Hungary introduced a similar engine to that used in the Chevrolets. However, the cars were branded as SR Leon with no SEAT support at all. Leaving the team is Jordi Gené, who parted with the team before the end of the 2010 season.

Norbert Michelisz remained in the championship with the Zengő Dension Team, but switched to a BMW 320 TC, having campaigned a SEAT in 2010, winning a race at Macau. He began his campaign at the second round of the season at Zolder. Three other teams campaigned a single 320 TC during the season; ROAL Motorsport returned to the series, with Tom Coronel switching from a SUNRED SEAT, Wiechers-Sport ran Urs Sonderegger – another driver from the SEAT León Eurocup – at the European races held during the season, and DeTeam KK Motorsport ran Marchy Lee, who steps up from the Asian Porsche Carrera Cup.

The factory BMW Team RBM did not return in 2011, and drivers Augusto Farfus and Andy Priaulx moved into sportscar racing, entering the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup. Independent BMWs were however campaigned by the Proteam Racing and Liqui Moly Team Engstler outfits. Proteam ran three BMWs; two 320 TCs for Mehdi Bennani, who moves from Wiechers-Sport and former single-seater racer Javier Villa, as well as a naturally aspirated 320si for Fabio Fabiani. Bennani and Villa replaced Independents' champion Sergio Hernández and Stefano D'Aste. Team Engstler ran two cars once again, with Franz Engstler being joined by Kristian Poulsen, who drove for his own team in 2010 after driving for Engstler in 2009. Poulsen replaced Andrei Romanov.

Polestar Racing campaigned a Volvo full-time in 2011, having contested five meetings over the past four seasons. Swedish Touring Car Championship runner-up Robert Dahlgren again campaigned the car as he had done in each of Polestar's events to date. The team also introduced a similar engine in the mid-season.

CalendarEdit

The provisional calendar for the 2011 season was approved by the FIA World Motor Sport Council on 8 September 2010[4] with further amendments on 3 November 2010,[5] 7 December 2010[6] and 8 March 2011.[7]

Event Race Name Track Date
1 R1 Race of Brazil   Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba 20 March
R2
2 R3 Monroe Race of Belgium   Circuit Zolder 24 April
R4
3 R5 Race of Italy   Autodromo Nazionale Monza 15 May
R6
4 R7 Race of Hungary   Hungaroring 5 June
R8
5 R9 Monroe Race of the Czech Republic   Masaryk Circuit 19 June
R10
6 R11 Race of Turismo de Portugal   Circuito da Boavista 3 July
R12
7 R13 Race of UK   Donington Park 17 July
R14
8 R15 bet-at-home.com Race of Germany   Motorsport Arena Oschersleben 31 July
R16
9 R17 interwetten.com Race of Spain   Circuit Ricardo Tormo 4 September
R18
10 R19 Kenwood Race of Japan   Suzuka Circuit 23 October
R20
11 R21 Race of China   Shanghai Tianma Circuit 6 November
R22
12 R23 Race of Macau   Guia Circuit 20 November
R24

Calendar changesEdit

Results and standingsEdit

RacesEdit

Race Race Name Pole Position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Yokohama winner Jay-Ten Winner Report
1   Race of Brazil   Robert Huff   Robert Huff   Robert Huff   Chevrolet   Kristian Poulsen   Michel Nykjær Report
2   Robert Huff   Alain Menu   Chevrolet   Javier Villa   Pepe Oriola
3   Race of Belgium   Robert Huff   Robert Huff   Robert Huff   Chevrolet   Kristian Poulsen   Michel Nykjær Report
4   Javier Villa   Gabriele Tarquini   Lukoil – SUNRED   Darryl O'Young   Michel Nykjær
5   Race of Italy   Robert Huff   Yvan Muller   Robert Huff   Chevrolet   Norbert Michelisz   Fredy Barth Report
6   Yvan Muller   Robert Huff   Chevrolet   Kristian Poulsen   Pepe Oriola
7   Race of Hungary   Alain Menu   Norbert Michelisz   Alain Menu   Chevrolet   Norbert Michelisz   Aleksei Dudukalo Report
8   Norbert Michelisz   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet   Franz Engstler   Aleksei Dudukalo
9   Race of the Czech Republic   Yvan Muller   Robert Huff   Robert Huff   Chevrolet   Kristian Poulsen   Aleksei Dudukalo Report
10   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær   Aleksei Dudukalo
11   Race of Portugal   Alain Menu   Alain Menu   Alain Menu   Chevrolet   Norbert Michelisz no finishers Report
12   Robert Huff   Robert Huff   Chevrolet   Norbert Michelisz   Aleksei Dudukalo
13   Race of UK   Yvan Muller   Robert Huff   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet   Franz Engstler no finishers Report
14   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet   Franz Engstler no finishers
15   Race of Germany   Yvan Muller   Robert Huff   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet   Stefano D'Aste   Ibrahim Okyay Report
16   Tom Coronel   Franz Engstler   Liqui Moly Team Engstler   Franz Engstler   Ibrahim Okyay
17   Race of Spain   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet   Kristian Poulsen   Fabio Fabiani Report
18   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet   Kristian Poulsen   Fabio Fabiani
19   Race of Japan   Alain Menu   Alain Menu   Alain Menu   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær   Charles Ng Report
20   Robert Dahlgren   Tom Coronel   ROAL Motorsport   Michel Nykjær   Charles Ng
21   Race of China   Alain Menu   Robert Huff   Alain Menu   Chevrolet   Colin Turkington   Fabio Fabiani Report
22   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet   Colin Turkington   Fabio Fabiani
23   Guia Race of Macau   Robert Huff   Yvan Muller   Robert Huff   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær   Jo Merszei Report
24   Robert Huff   Robert Huff   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær   Jo Merszei

StandingsEdit

Drivers' ChampionshipEdit

Pos Driver BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 
1   Yvan Muller 2 3 3 Ret 2 2 5 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 5 1 1 4 2 4 1 2 3 433
2   Robert Huff 1 4 1 6 1 1 4 2 1 4 3 1 2 2 2 6 5 2 2 3 3 3 1 1 430
3   Alain Menu 6 1 2 2 19† 5 1 Ret 3 3 1 6 3 5 5 2 2 3 1 4 1 6 Ret DNS 323
4   Tom Coronel 4 2 Ret DNS 5 15 18† 4 4 2 6 5 4 4 10 4 3 7 NC 1 5 5 4 2 233
5   Gabriele Tarquini 7 6 4 1 Ret 10 6 3 NC 6 5 7 5 7 3 3 17† 4 9 Ret NC 2 3 4 204
6   Tiago Monteiro 11 7 5 3 3 4 7 5 12 12 4 3 Ret Ret Ret 8 8 Ret Ret DNS 8 Ret 12 8 117
7   Kristian Poulsen 5 14 6 Ret 6 3 9 Ret 5 8 14 19 9 17† 13 Ret 4 5 5 10 6 7 7 13 112
8   Franz Engstler 9 9 Ret 12 9 9 15 6 16 Ret 11 8 6 3 16 1 NC 10 10 11 12 8 6 7 88
9   Norbert Michelisz 7 8 4 7 2 15 8 15 8 4 NC 12 15 Ret 7 6 15 9 11 Ret 8 9 88
10   Michel Nykjær 8 Ret 8 5 12 Ret 13 13† 10 5 9 12 7 Ret 7 17 11 15 3 6 14 14 5 5 86
11   Robert Dahlgren 12 13 13 7 15 13 NC 9 6 9 7 16 8 6 4 7 9 9 Ret 5 9 9 DNS DNS 72
12   Javier Villa 14 8 9 10 8 8 3 7 9 7 Ret 17 17 16 12 10 6 19† 16 8 10 Ret 11 10 59
13   Colin Turkington 10 10 6 7 2 4 46
14   Darryl O'Young Ret 11 10 4 7 6 12 8 7 Ret 12 9 11 8 14 11 15 14 11 Ret 13 Ret Ret 12 43
15   Cacá Bueno 3 5 25
16   Mehdi Bennani 10 Ret Ret 11 11 20† 14 14 11 10 16 18 14 9 11 Ret Ret 12 8 18 7 11 9 6 24
17   Stefano D'Aste 10 11 6 9 10 11 12
18   Pepe Oriola 13 10 11 14 14 12 10 Ret 13 11 13 14 12 15 8 12 12 8 18 13 17 13 10 11 11
19   Fredy Barth 15 Ret Ret DNS 10 19† 8 10 Ret 16† NC 10 13 11 NC Ret 19 18† Ret DNS 21 12 DNS DNS 7
20   Yukinori Taniguchi 18 15 14 DSQ 13 11 11 11 15 14 15 15 16 13 17 14 14 16 7 14 20† DNS WD WD 6
21   Aleksei Dudukalo 17 12 12 9 Ret Ret 16 12 14 13 Ret 13 15 14 9 15 13 Ret 17 12 15 17 Ret DNS 4
22   Charles Ng 14 19 16 10 13 14 1
  Masaki Kano 12 16 0
  Toshi Arai 13 15 0
  Fabio Fabiani 19 NC 16 13 18 18 17 Ret DSQ DSQ 19 16 16 17 DNQ DNQ 18 15 0
  Ibrahim Okyay 16 16 18 13 0
  David Sigachev 18† 13 0
  Jo Merszei 14 15 0
  Marchy Lee 16 16 Ret DNS 20 14 0
  Urs Sonderegger 15 15† 17 17 DNS DNS 17 Ret 0
  Felipe De Souza 15† Ret 0
  Philip Ma 19 16† Ret 16 0
  Gary Kwok 16† Ret 0
  Hiroki Yoshimoto Ret 17 0
  Mak Ka Lok Ret Ret 0
  André Couto Ret Ret 0
  Kuok Io Keong DNS DNS 0
  Lo Ka Chun EX EX 0
Pos Driver BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (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 (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

† — Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 90% of the race distance.

Drivers Championship points were awarded on a 25–18–15–12–10–8–6–4–2–1 basis for the first ten places in each race.[1]

Manufacturers' ChampionshipEdit

Pos Manufacturer BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 
1   Chevrolet 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 973
2 3 2 4 2 2 4 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3
2   BMW Customer Racing Teams 4 2 6 8 4 3 2 4 4 2 6 4 4 3 6 1 3 5 5 1 2 4 4 2 583
5 8 7 10 5 7 3 6 5 7 8 5 6 4 10 4 4 6 6 7 5 5 6 6
3   SR Customer Racing 7 6 4 1 3 4 6 3 10 5 4 3 5 7 3 3 8 4 3 6 8 2 3 4 522
8 7 5 3 10 10 7 5 12 6 5 7 7 11 7 8 11 8 9 12 14 12 5 5
4   Volvo Polestar Evaluation Team 12 13 13 7 15 13 NC 9 6 9 7 16 8 6 4 7 9 9 Ret 5 9 9 DNS DNS 154
Pos Manufacturer BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 

Manufacturers Championship points were awarded on a 25–18–15–12–10–8–6–4–2–1 basis for the first ten places in each race.[1] However, only the results obtained by the best two cars classified per manufacturer in each race were counted.[1] All the other cars of that same manufacturer were invisible as far as scoring points is concerned.[1]

Yokohama Drivers' TrophyEdit

Pos Driver BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 
1   Kristian Poulsen 5 14 6 Ret 6 3 9 Ret 5 8 14 19 9 17 13 Ret 4 5 5 10 6 7 7 13 141
2   Michel Nykjær 8 Ret 8 5 12 Ret 13 13 10 5 9 12 7 Ret 7 17 11 15 3 6 14 14 5 5 139
3   Franz Engstler 9 9 Ret 12 9 9 15 6 16 Ret 11 8 6 3 16 1 NC 10 10 11 12 8 6 7 125
4   Norbert Michelisz 7 8 4 7 2 15 8 15 8 4 NC 12 15 Ret 7 6 15 9 11 Ret 8 9 124
5   Javier Villa 14 8 9 10 8 8 3 7 9 7 Ret 17 17 16 12 10 6 19 16 8 10 Ret 11 10 104
6   Darryl O'Young Ret 11 10 4 7 6 12 8 7 Ret 12 9 11 8 14 11 15 14 11 Ret 13 Ret Ret 12 88
7   Mehdi Bennani 10 Ret Ret 11 11 20 14 14 11 10 16 18 14 9 11 Ret Ret 12 8 18 7 11 9 6 73
8   Pepe Oriola 13 10 11 14 14 12 10 Ret 13 11 13 14 12 15 8 12 12 8 18 13 17 13 10 11 66
9   Colin Turkington 10 10 6 7 2 4 49
10   Stefano D'Aste 10 11 6 9 10 11 37
11   Aleksei Dudukalo 17 12 12 9 Ret Ret 16 12 14 13 Ret 13 15 14 9 15 13 Ret 17 12 15 17 Ret DNS 31
12   Fredy Barth 15 Ret Ret DNS 10 19 8 10 Ret 16 NC 10 13 11 NC Ret 19 18 Ret DNS 21 12 DNS DNS 30
13   Yukinori Taniguchi 18 15 14 DSQ 13 11 11 11 15 14 15 15 16 13 17 14 14 16 7 14 20 DNS WD WD 26
14   Charles Ng 14 19 16 10 13 14 7
15   Ibrahim Okyay 16 16 18 13 3
16   Marchy Lee 16 16 Ret DNS 20 14 3
17   David Sigachev 18 13 2
18   Masaki Kano 12 16 1
19   Fabio Fabiani 19 NC 16 13 18 18 17 Ret DSQ DSQ 19 16 16 17 DNQ DNQ 18 15 1
  Jo Merszei 14 15 0
  Urs Sonderegger 15 15 17 17 DNS DNS 17 Ret 0
  Felipe De Souza 15 Ret 0
  Philip Ma 19 16 Ret 16 0
  Gary Kwok 16 Ret 0
  Hiroki Yoshimoto Ret 17 0
  Mak Ka Lok Ret Ret 0
  Kuok Io Keong DNS DNS 0
  Lo Ka Chun EX EX 0
Pos Driver BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (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 (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

Yokohama Teams' TrophyEdit

Pos Team BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 
1   Liqui Moly Team Engstler 5 9 6 12 6 3 9 6 5 8 11 8 6 3 13 1 4 5 5 10 6 7 6 7 259
9 14 Ret Ret 9 9 15 Ret 16 Ret 14 19 9 17 16 Ret NC 10 10 11 12 8 7 13
2   SUNRED Engineering 8 10 8 5 12 12 10 13 10 5 9 11 7 15 7 12 11 8 3 6 14 13 5 5 200
13 Ret 11 14 14 Ret 13 Ret 13 11 13 14 12 Ret 8 17 12 15 18 13 17 14 10 11
3   Proteam Racing 10 8 9 10 8 8 3 7 9 7 16 17 14 9 11 10 6 12 8 8 7 11 9 6 172
14 NC 16 11 11 18 14 14 11 10 Ret 18 17 16 12 16 16 17 16 18 10 15 11 10
4   Zengő-Dension Team 7 8 4 7 2 15 8 15 8 4 NC 12 15 Ret 7 6 15 9 11 Ret 8 9 113
5   bamboo-engineering 18 11 10 4 7 6 11 8 7 14 12 9 11 8 14 11 14 14 7 14 13 Ret Ret 12 112
Ret 15 14 DSQ 13 11 12 11 15 Ret 15 15 16 13 17 14 15 16 11 Ret 20 DNS WD WD
6   Wiechers-Sport 15 15 17 17 DNS DNS 17 Ret 10 11 10 10 6 9 10 11 6 7 2 4 16 Ret 81
7   LukoilSUNRED 17 12 12 9 Ret Ret 16 12 14 13 Ret 13 15 14 9 15 13 Ret 17 12 15 17 Ret DNS 31
8   SEAT Swiss Racing by SUNRED 15 Ret Ret DNS 10 19 8 10 Ret 16 NC 10 13 11 NC Ret 19 18 Ret DNS 21 12 DNS DNS 30
9   DeTeam KK Motorsport 16 16 Ret DNS 20 14 18 13 12 16 16 10 13 14 13
10   Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport 16 16 18 13 3
  Corsa Motorsport 15 Ret 0
DNS DNS
  RPM Racing Team Ret Ret 0
  778 Auto Sport EX EX 0
Pos Team BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (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 (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Jay-Ten TrophyEdit

Pos Driver BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 
1   Fabio Fabiani 19 NC 16 13 18 18 17 Ret DSQ DSQ 19 16 16 17 DNQ DNQ 18 15 88
2   Aleksei Dudukalo 17 12 12 9 Ret Ret 16 12 14 13 Ret 13 75
3   Pepe Oriola 13 10 11 14 14 12 47
4   Michel Nykjær 8 Ret 8 5 12 Ret 38
5   Ibrahim Okyay 16 16 18 13 33
6   Philip Ma 19 16 Ret 16 24
7   Fredy Barth 15 Ret Ret DNS 10 19 21
8   Jo Merszei 14 15 20
9   Charles Ng 14 19 20
10   Yukinori Taniguchi 18 15 9
11   Darryl O'Young Ret 11 8
12   Felipe De Souza 15 Ret 8
  Mak Ka Lok Ret Ret 0
  Kuok Io Keong DNS DNS 0
  Lo Ka Chun EX EX 0
Pos Driver BRA
 
BEL
 
ITA
 
HUN
 
CZE
 
POR
 
GBR
 
GER
 
ESP
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts 

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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