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2013 World Touring Car Championship
World Drivers' Champion:
Yvan Muller
World Manufacturers' Champion:
Honda
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Yvan Muller won the 2013 Drivers' Championship, his fourth series title.
Honda won the 2013 Manufacturers' Championship.

The 2013 World Touring Car Championship season was the tenth season of the FIA World Touring Car Championship, and the ninth since the series was revived in 2005. The championship, which was reserved for cars run to Super 2000 regulations, began with the Race of Italy on 23 March and concluded with the Race of Macau in support of the Macau Grand Prix at the Guia Circuit on 17 November, after twenty-four races at twelve events.

Yvan Muller secured the Drivers' Championship title in Japan, with two events remaining in the season. Honda won the Manufacturers' Championship. Chevrolet was the defending manufacturers' champion, but it did not support a team in 2013, and thus was unable to defend its title.

James Nash won the Yokohama Drivers' Trophy for independent entries and RML won the Yokohama Teams' Trophy. The Lukoil Racing Team was the defending Yokohama Teams' Trophy winner, but was unable to defend its title as Lukoil closed their own team to support manufacturer Lada Sport team in 2013.[1]

Teams and driversEdit

Team Car No. Drivers Rounds
Manufacturer Teams
  Castrol Honda World Touring Car Team Honda Civic WTCC 3   Gabriele Tarquini All
18   Tiago Monteiro All
  Lada Sport Lukoil[1] Lada Granta WTCC 8   Mikhail Kozlovskiy 2–12
10   James Thompson All
11   Aleksey Dudukalo 1
Independent Teams
  ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport SEAT León WTCC 1   Robert Huff All
38   Marc Basseng All
  Zengő Motorsport Honda Civic WTCC 5   Norbert Michelisz All
  RML Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 12   Yvan Muller All
23   Tom Chilton All
  ROAL Motorsport BMW 320 TC 15   Tom Coronel All
  NIKA Racing Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 69   Rickard Rydell 11
  Tuenti Racing Team SEAT León WTCC 74   Pepe Oriola 1–6
Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 7–12
Yokohama Trophy
  Liqui Moly Team Engstler BMW 320 TC 6   Franz Engstler[2] 1–9, 11–12
7   Charles Ng[2] All
  bamboo-engineering Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 9   Alex MacDowall All
14   James Nash All
  ANOME BMW 320 TC 13   Jean-Philippe Dayraut 1
  NIKA Racing Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 17   Michel Nykjær 1–9
  Campos Racing SEAT León WTCC 19   Fernando Monje 1–11
20   Hugo Valente 4–5, 7–9, 11–12
21   Nikolay Karamyshev 6–7
81   Konstantīns Calko 12
  Special Tuning Racing SEAT León WTCC 22   Tom Boardman 1–4, 7, 9–12
  Proteam Racing BMW 320 TC 25   Mehdi Bennani All
  PB Racing BMW 320 TC 26   Stefano D'Aste All
  ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport SEAT León WTCC 37   René Münnich All
  ROAL Motorsport BMW 320 TC 55   Darryl O'Young All
  Wiechers-Sport BMW 320 TC 72   José María López 8
73   Fredy Barth 1–7, 9, 11–12
Eurosport Asian Trophy
  China Dragon Racing Chevrolet Cruze LT 60   Felipe De Souza 10–12
61   Kin Veng Ng 10–12
Chevrolet Lacetti 62   Lam Kam San 12
63   Célio Alves Dias 12
  Son Veng Racing Team Chevrolet Cruze LT 66   Jerónimo Badaraco 10–12
  NIKA Racing Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T 67   Hiroki Yoshimoto[3] 10
33   Yukinori Taniguchi 12
  Wiechers-Sport BMW 320 TC 10
  Campos Racing SEAT León WTCC 11
80   Michael Soong 12
  Liqui Moly Team Engstler BMW 320 TC 68   Masaki Kano 10
BMW 320si 70   Jo Merszei 12
88   Henry Ho 10–12
  RPM Racing BMW 320si 77   Mak Ka Lok 10–12
  PAS Macau Racing Team Honda Accord Euro R 79   Eurico de Jesus 12
  Honda Racing Team JAS Honda Civic WTCC 99   Takuya Izawa 10
Guest Drivers
  Volvo Polestar Racing Volvo C30 DRIVe 40   Thed Björk 11

Team changesEdit

Driver changesEdit

Mid-season changesEdit

CalendarEdit

The 2013 championship was contested over twenty-four races, with two races held at each of twelve events throughout the year. The final calendar for the season was released in December 2012.[20]

Rnd. Race Race Name Circuit Date
1 R1 Race of Italy   Autodromo Nazionale Monza 24 March
R2
2 R3 Race of Morocco[21]   Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan 7 April
R4
3 R5 Race of Slovakia   Automotodróm Slovakia Ring 28 April
R6
4 R7 Race of Hungary   Hungaroring 5 May
R8
5 R9 Race of Austria   Salzburgring 19 May
R10
6 R11 Lukoil Race of Russia   Moscow Raceway 9 June
R12
7 R13 Race of Portugal   Circuito da Boavista 30 June
R14
8 R15 Race of Argentina   Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo 4 August
R16
9 R17 Race of the United States   Sonoma Raceway 8 September
R18
10 R19 JVC Kenwood Race of Japan   Suzuka Circuit 22 September
R20
11 R21 Race of China   Shanghai International Circuit 3 November
R22
12 R23 Guia Race of Macau   Guia Circuit 17 November
R24

Calendar changesEdit

  • The Race of Morocco was not included on the provisional calendar for 2013, though the provisional calendar was released with a vacant race date.[22]
  • The Race of Portugal returned to the Circuito da Boavista in Porto after being held at the Portimão circuit in 2012.
  • The Race of Spain was originally included on the provisional calendar at a venue to be decided.[22] However, the race was removed from the final calendar released in December 2012.[20]
  • The Race of Russia made its championship debut at the Moscow Raceway.[22]
  • The Race of Brazil was dropped before the start of the season, but was later reinstated.[23] It was then dropped from the calendar again when the Argentine round was confirmed.
  • An additional thirteenth round of the championship was added before the start of the season.[24] In May 2013, it was confirmed the Race of Argentina made its championship debut at the Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo.[25] The race in Argentina was confirmed in June, replacing the Brazilian round.[26]

Results and standingsEdit

RacesEdit

Race Race Name Pole Position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Winning manufacturer Yokohama winner Report
1   Race of Italy   Yvan Muller   Tom Chilton   Yvan Muller   RML   Chevrolet   Alex MacDowall Report
2   Pepe Oriola   Yvan Muller   RML   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær
3   Race of Morocco   Gabriele Tarquini   Alex MacDowall   Michel Nykjær   NIKA Racing   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær Report
4   Tom Chilton   Pepe Oriola   Tuenti Racing Team   SEAT   James Nash
5   Race of Slovakia   Gabriele Tarquini   Gabriele Tarquini   Gabriele Tarquini   Castrol Honda WTC Team   Honda   James Nash Report
6   Tom Coronel   Tom Coronel   ROAL Motorsport   BMW   Alex MacDowall
7   Race of Hungary   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   RML   Chevrolet   Mehdi Bennani Report
8   Robert Huff   Robert Huff   Münnich Motorsport   SEAT   Mehdi Bennani
9   Race of Austria   Yvan Muller[N 1]   Alex MacDowall   Michel Nykjær   NIKA Racing   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær Report
10   Yvan Muller   James Nash   bamboo-engineering   Chevrolet   James Nash
11   Race of Russia   Yvan Muller   Tom Coronel   Yvan Muller   RML   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær Report
12   Michel Nykjær   Michel Nykjær   NIKA Racing   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær
13   Race of Portugal   Yvan Muller   Pepe Oriola   Yvan Muller   RML   Chevrolet   Michel Nykjær Report
14   Yvan Muller   James Nash   bamboo-engineering   Chevrolet   James Nash
15   Race of Argentina   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   RML   Chevrolet   José María López Report
16   Yvan Muller   José María López   Wiechers-Sport   BMW   José María López
17   Race of the United States   Tom Chilton   Tiago Monteiro   Tom Chilton   RML   Chevrolet   Alex MacDowall Report
18   Norbert Michelisz   Gabriele Tarquini   Castrol Honda WTC Team   Honda   Mehdi Bennani
19   Race of Japan   Norbert Michelisz   Norbert Michelisz   Norbert Michelisz   Zengő Motorsport   Honda   Alex MacDowall Report
20   Mehdi Bennani   Tom Coronel   ROAL Motorsport   BMW   Mehdi Bennani
21   Race of China   Yvan Muller   Stefano D'Aste   Tom Chilton   RML   Chevrolet   James Nash Report
22   Tiago Monteiro   Tiago Monteiro   Castrol Honda WTC Team   Honda   James Nash
23   Guia Race of Macau   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   Yvan Muller   RML   Chevrolet   Alex MacDowall Report
24   Yvan Muller[28]   Robert Huff   Münnich Motorsport   SEAT   James Nash

StandingsEdit

Drivers' ChampionshipEdit

Pos. Driver ITA
 
MAR
 
SVK
 
HUN
 
AUT
 
RUS
 
POR
 
ARG
 
USA
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts. 
1   Yvan Muller 11 1 43 2 44 2 11 5 31 2 11 2 11 7 11 13 32 4 34 Ret 21 5 11 6 431
2   Gabriele Tarquini 45 3 21 Ret 11 3 33 Ret 12 8 65 7 Ret5 20 44 2 6 1 27† 4 7 2 DNS3 8 242
3   James Nash 7 7 32 4 6 17 9 4 2 1 8 10 11 1 9 7 5 8 55 5 34 6 6 4 226
4   Robert Huff 6 10 5 Ret 17 4 4 1 83 9 43 3 5 2 8 Ret 8 20† 7 8 6 4 34 1 215
5   Tom Chilton 22 5 Ret5 3 Ret5 7 7 7 72 NC 9 6 22 9 32 12 11 11 43 6 12 10 Ret Ret 213
6   Norbert Michelisz 8 22 Ret 15† 33 21 22 8 14 3 34 5 Ret4 DNS 73 5 20 3 11 Ret 10 3 45 Ret 185
7   Michel Nykjær 20 2 14 7 7 12 10 9 15 5 7 1 33 3 6 4 12 17 180
8   Tiago Monteiro 5 8 Ret DNS 22 5 Ret4 13 13 4 12 12 9 11 10 6 23 5 28† 3 11 1 22 Ret 164
9   Pepe Oriola Ret4 6 8 1 9 6 Ret 16 11 7 17 4 4 4 25 3 114 21† 26† Ret 53 7 15 2 164
10   Tom Coronel 9 11 9 6 5 1 65 6 10 10 22 14 7 8 NC 9 7 6 8 1 12 8 10 3 163
11   Alex MacDowall 33 20† 6 Ret 8 8 8 3 54 6 13 11 13 17 11 11 45 13 22 12 45 13 5 5 141
12   Mehdi Bennani 17 19 18 11 10 9 5 2 4 16 11 16 Ret 10 20 21† 18 2 11 2 16 14 11 Ret 80
13   Marc Basseng 14 4 7 5 16 15 11 17 Ret 11 18 13 10 5 12 Ret 9 9 9 17 15 18 7 7 57
14   James Thompson DNS DNS 10 Ret 13 14 Ret 12 9 12 5 Ret 6 6 Ret 20† 14 16 6 11 8 17 Ret Ret 41
15   José María López 5 1 35
16   Stefano D'Aste Ret 9 Ret 14 12 11 14 11 15 DNS 10 8 8 12 14 10 10 10 29 9 28 9 8 Ret 22
17   Fredy Barth 10 14 13 12 11 13 Ret 22† 6 13 Ret DNS 15 21† 17 7 19 21 DNS DNS 15
18   Charles Ng 15 17 14 10 18 Ret 15 14 18 19 Ret Ret 14 15 17 19 16 Ret 14 7 27 16 28† Ret 7
19   Darryl O'Young 13 12 12 9 14 10 NC 10 20† DNS 20 9 12 13 15 18 Ret 12 13 10 20 30† 12 Ret 7
20   Hugo Valente 12 19 Ret DNS 18 14 13 8 13 14 Ret 12 Ret Ret 4
21   Franz Engstler 19† 13 17 8 19 Ret 13 Ret 19† 14 19 15 21† 18 19 15 17 Ret 13 28† 13 14 4
22   Tom Boardman 18† 16 DNS DNS Ret 18 Ret 15 20† DNS 21 22† 25† Ret 9 11 9 Ret 4
23   Henry Ho 24 21 23 25 19 9 2
24   Fernando Monje 12 15 11 Ret 15 16 16 18 Ret 17 15 18 15 Ret 16 14 23 15 10 13 29 19 1
25   Célio Alves Dias 23 10 1
 —   Jean-Philippe Dayraut 11 18 0
 —   Kin Veng Ng 22 20 26 26 22 11 0
 —   Takuya Izawa 12 22† 0
 —   Lam Kam San 26 12 0
 —   Mikhail Kozlovskiy 16 13 20 20 17 20 16 15 14 Ret 19 19 Ret 16 19 18 15 19 17 20 14 Ret 0
 —   Mak Ka Lok 23 Ret 25 27 27 13 0
 —   René Münnich 16 21 15 Ret 21 19 18 21 17 18 16 19† Ret Ret 18 17 22 19 16 14 18 22 16 Ret 0
 —   Rickard Rydell 14 29† 0
 —   Masaki Kano 19 15 0
 —   Felipe De Souza 21 Ret 22 24 20 15 0
 —   Thed Björk DNS 15 0
 —   Nikolay Karamyshev 21 17 16 16 0
 —   Yukinori Taniguchi 17 16 21 23 17 Ret 0
 —   Jerónimo Badaraco 20 18 24 Ret 25 Ret 0
 —   Hiroki Yoshimoto 18 Ret 0
 —   Michael Soong 18 Ret 0
 —   Jo Merszei 21 Ret 0
 —   Eurico de Jesus 24 Ret 0
 —   Konstantīns Calko 29† Ret 0
 —   Aleksei Dudukalo DNS DNS 0
Pos. Driver ITA
 
MAR
 
SVK
 
HUN
 
AUT
 
RUS
 
POR
 
ARG
 
USA
 
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 75% of the race distance.

Manufacturers' ChampionshipEdit

Pos. Manufacturer ITA
 
MAR
 
SVK
 
HUN
 
AUT
 
RUS
 
POR
 
ARG
 
USA
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts. 
1   Honda 41 3 21 Ret 11 3 31 13 121 4 61 7 93 11 41 2 62 1 272 3 71 2 21 9 1017
53 8 Ret3 DNS 22 5 Ret2 Ret 132 8 124 12 Ret1 20 102 6 21 5 281 4 112 1 DNS2 Ret
2   Lada DNS2 DNS 102 13 133 14 174 12 94 12 52 Ret 62 6 Ret3 16 143 16 63 11 83 17 153 Ret 601
DNS4 DNS 164 Ret 204 20 Ret3 20 163 15 143 Ret 194 19 Ret4 20 194 18 154 19 174 20 Ret4 Ret
Pos. Manufacturer ITA
 
MAR
 
SVK
 
HUN
 
AUT
 
RUS
 
POR
 
ARG
 
USA
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts. 

Yokohama TrophiesEdit

World Touring Car Championship promoter Eurosport Events organized the Yokohama Drivers' Trophy and the Yokohama Teams' Trophy within the 2013 FIA World Touring Car Championship.[29]

Yokohama Drivers' TrophyEdit
Pos. Driver ITA
 
MAR
 
SVK
 
HUN
 
AUT
 
RUS
 
POR
 
ARG
 
USA
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts. 
1   James Nash 7 7 3 4 6 17 9 4 2 1 8 10 11 1 9 7 5 8 5 5 3 6 6 4 208
2   Alex MacDowall 3 20† 6 Ret 8 8 8 3 5 6 13 11 13 17 11 11 4 13 2 12 4 13 5 5 168
3   Michel Nykjær 20 2 1 7 7 12 10 9 1 5 7 1 3 3 6 4 12 17 134
4   Mehdi Bennani 17 19 18 11 10 9 5 2 4 16 11 16 Ret 10 20 21† 18 2 11 2 15 14 11 Ret 102
5   Stefano D'Aste Ret 9 Ret 14 12 11 14 11 15 DNS 10 8 8 12 14 10 10 10 29 9 28 9 8 Ret 96
6   Darryl O'Young 13 12 12 9 14 10 NC 10 20† DNS 20 9 12 13 15 18 Ret 12 13 10 20 30† 12 Ret 66
7   Fredy Barth 10 14 13 12 11 13 Ret 22† 6 13 Ret DNS 17 21† 15 7 19 21 DNS DNS 43
8   Franz Engstler 19† 13 17 8 19 Ret 13 Ret 19† 14 19 15 21† 18 19 15 17 Ret 13 28† 13 14 34
9   Fernando Monje 12 15 11 Ret 15 16 16 18 Ret 17 15 18 15 Ret 16 14 23 15 10 13 29 19 34
10   Charles Ng 15 17 14 10 18 Ret 15 14 18 19 Ret Ret 14 15 17 19 16 Ret 14 7 27 16 28† Ret 30
11   Hugo Valente 12 19 Ret DNS 18 14 13 8 13 14 Ret 12 Ret Ret 27
12   Tom Boardman 18† 16 DNS DNS Ret 18 Ret 15 20† DNS 21 22 25† Ret 9 11 9 Ret 24
13   José María López 5 1 20
14   René Münnich 16 21 15 Ret 21 19 18 21 17 18 16 19† Ret Ret 18 17 22 19 16 14 18 22 16 Ret 15
15   Henry Ho 24 21 23 25 19 9 12
16   Célio Alves Dias 23 10 10
17   Kin Veng Ng 22 20 26 26 22 11 8
18   Lam Kam San 26 12 6
19   Jean-Philippe Dayraut 11 18 5
20   Mak Ka Lok 23 Ret 25 27 27 13 4
21   Nikolay Karamyshev 21 17 16 16 3
22   Yukinori Taniguchi 17 16 21 23 17 Ret 1
 –   Masaki Kano 19 15 0
 –   Felipe De Souza 21 Ret 22 24 20 15 0
 –   Jerónimo Badaraco 20 18 24 Ret 25 Ret 0
 –   Hiroki Yoshimoto 18 Ret 0
 –   Michael Soong 18 Ret 0
 –   Jo Merszei 21 Ret 0
 –   Eurico de Jesus 24 Ret 0
 –   Konstantīns Calko 29† Ret 0
Pos. Driver ITA
 
MAR
 
SVK
 
HUN
 
AUT
 
RUS
 
POR
 
ARG
 
USA
 
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

Eligibility for the Yokohama Drivers' Trophy was decided by Eurosport Events, taking into consideration the Team's CV and records, the Driver's CV and records and the car's technical characteristics.[29]

Yokohama Teams' TrophyEdit
Pos. Team ITA
 
MAR
 
SVK
 
HUN
 
AUT
 
RUS
 
POR
 
ARG
 
USA
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts. 
1   RML 1 1 4 2 4 2 1 5 3 2 1 2 1 7 1 12 1 4 3 6 1 5 1 6 260
2 5 Ret 3 Ret 7 7 7 7 NC 9 6 2 9 3 13 3 11 4 Ret 2 10 Ret Ret
2   bamboo-engineering 3 7 3 4 6 8 8 3 2 1 8 10 11 1 9 7 4 8 2 5 3 6 5 4 183
7 20† 6 Ret 8 17 9 4 5 6 13 11 13 17 11 11 5 13 5 13 4 13 6 5
3   ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport 6 4 5 5 16 4 4 1 8 9 4 3 5 2 8 17 8 9 7 8 6 4 3 1 150
14 10 7 Ret 17 15 11 17 17 11 16 13 10 5 12 Ret 9 20† 9 9 15 18 7 7
4   Zengő Motorsport 8 22 Ret 15† 3 21 2 8 14 3 3 5 Ret DNS 7 5 20 3 1 Ret 10 3 4 Ret 87
5   ROAL Motorsport 9 11 9 6 5 1 6 6 10 10 2 9 7 8 15 9 7 6 8 1 12 8 10 3 84
13 12 12 9 14 10 NC 10 20† DNS 20 14 12 13 NC 18 Ret 12 13 11 20 30† 12 Ret
6   Tuenti Racing Team Ret 6 8 1 9 6 Ret 16 11 7 17 4 4 4 2 3 11 21† 26† Ret 5 7 15 2 81
7   NIKA Racing 20 2 1 7 7 12 10 9 1 5 7 1 3 3 6 4 12 17 18 Ret 14 29† 17 Ret 75
8   Proteam Racing 17 19 18 11 10 9 5 2 4 16 11 16 Ret 10 20 21† 18 2 11 2 16 14 11 Ret 39
9   Wiechers-Sport 10 14 13 12 11 13 Ret 22† 6 13 Ret DNS 17 21† 5 1 17 7 17 17 19 21 DNS DNS 23
10   PB Racing Ret 9 Ret 14 12 11 14 11 15 DNS 10 8 8 12 14 10 10 10 29 10 28 9 8 Ret 18
11   Liqui Moly Team Engstler 19† 13 14 8 18 Ret 13 14 18 14 19 15 14 15 17 15 16 Ret 14 7 13 16 13 9 7
15 17 17 10 19 Ret 15 Ret 19† 19 Ret Ret 21† 18 19 19 17 Ret 19 16 23 25 19 14
12   Special Tuning Racing 18† 16 DNS DNS Ret 18 Ret 15 20† DNS 21 22† 25† Ret 9 11 9 Ret 4
13   Campos Racing 12 15 11 Ret 15 16 12 18 Ret 17 15 17 15 14 13 8 13 14 10 14 21 12 18 Ret 3
16 19 Ret DNS 21 18 16 16 16 14 23 15 29 19 29† Ret
 —   China Dragon Racing 21 20 22 24 20 10 0
22 Ret 26 26 22 11
 —   ANOME 11 18 0
 —   RPM Racing 23 Ret 25 27 27 13 0
 —   Son Veng Racing Team 20 18 24 Ret 25 Ret 0
 —   PAS Macau Racing Team 24 Ret 0
Pos. Team ITA
 
MAR
 
SVK
 
HUN
 
AUT
 
RUS
 
POR
 
ARG
 
USA
 
JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts. 

All the teams taking part in the championship were eligible to score points towards the Yokohama Teams' Trophy, with the exception of teams which incorporated a car manufacturer's name in the team's name.[29]

Eurosport Asia TrophyEdit
Pos. Driver JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts. 
1   Yukinori Taniguchi 17 16 21 23 17 Ret 46
2   Henry Ho 24 21 23 25 19 9 32
3   Felipe De Souza 21 Ret 22 24 20 15 27
4   Kin Veng Ng 22 20 26 26 22 11 24
5   Masaki Kano 19 15 15
6   Jerónimo Badaraco 20 18 24 Ret 25 Ret 15
7   Takuya Izawa 12 22† 13
8   Mak Ka Lok 23 Ret 25 27 27 13 13
9   Célio Alves Dias 23 10 10
10   Michael Soong 18 Ret 8
11   Hiroki Yoshimoto 18 Ret 6
12   Lam Kam San 26 12 5
13   Jo Merszei 21 Ret 4
14   Eurico de Jesus 24 Ret 1
Pos. Driver JPN
 
CHN
 
MAC
 
 Pts. 

† – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Yvan Muller was one of twelve drivers given a grid penalty for unsporting behaviour during qualifying for the first race in Austria and started from thirteenth place.[27] Michel Nykjær started the race from pole as a result, but Muller was entitled to keep the five championship points for pole position.

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