2011 Formula 1 Rejects World Race Series season

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2011 Formula 1 Rejects World Race Series
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The 2011 F1RWRS season was the second season of the F1RWRS. It was won by Nathanael Spencer after 15 races. Spencer's team Prospec won the constructors' championship for the second year running. The season was also notable for a large increase in field numbers and the introduction of pre-qualifying.

Season Review

The success of the F1RWRS' first year ensured the series' longterm future. The Zimmer brothers signed new race contracts and television deals through 2012 which left the series on firm financial footing. With business booming, the entrants for the series multiplied as twenty teams would eventually take part in the season. Hemogoblin Autowerks, Jones Racing, Trueba Racing Team, ECB, Australian Minardi and Anglo-Manx Racing would enter at the beginning of the year. By race 6, Holden became the first major manufacturer to commit to the sport (although they had provided support for John Zimmer's ZimSport squad). They were also joined by ArrowTech at the same time. However, this was balanced by the closure of several teams before and during the season. KQ Motor Sports was the first to go after their manufacturer backing disappeared, leaving the team with no money to develop a car for 2011.

The new teams also created a flurry of action in the driver market with Sammy Jones and Douglas Mann both creating their own teams. Dan BH and Adam Lewis retired after 2010 but neither seat was filled at KQ folded and Bangelia became a one-car operation. West Cliff was unfortunate enough to have both their drivers depart; they replaced them with Hagane Shizuka who had departed KQ at the end of 2010. JLD was able to retain Daniel Melrose but Chris Dagnall joined Sammy Jones' team. JLD would later replace Dagnall with Jeroen Krautmeir midway through the season. Pacchia signed Ashley Watkinson from CR, leaving CR as a single-car operation with Darren Older Jr.. Phoenix McAllister left Calinetic to join Rosenforth; he was replaced by Thomas De Bock. Six rookies, John Zimmer, Aurelien Moll, Giovanni Roda, T. Hemo Goblin, Dave Simpson and future champion Pippa Mann all made their debuts at the start of the season, most with new teams.

The season began at the the Norisring with the inaugural Bavarian Grand Prix. Cameron took pole but he slipped to third in the race behind his teammate De Bock and the winner, Simon Redman. Redman's first and only career win was also Kahama's first and so far only win. The series stayed in Germany as the teams made the short trip to the Hockenheimring for the 2011 F1RWRS German Grand Prix. Nathanael Spencer won the race easily from second on the grid. Spencer went on to win the next race in Oschersleben, establishing himself as the early-season title favorite with two consecutive victories. The fourth and final race in Germany, the 2011 F1RWRS Luxembourg Grand Prix was a chaotic farce after the track marshals decided to go on strike before the race. The replacement marshals were untrained and poorly organized and after a first-lap pileup involving four cars, madness descended upon the 'Ring. The three cars that had crashed out on Lap 1 would remain at the first turn as the marshals desperately tried to find cranes to remove the cars. Eventually, most of the field was caught at the Turn 1 pileup as the track workers failed to remove the stricken cars. Luca Pacchiarini survived and nearly made it to the end but he was collected in the pileup on the last lap. Chris Dagnall picked up the pieces to take his and RubberTex Jones' first F1RWRS victory.

The officiating problems continued into the next race in Belgium. Kay Lon speared off the circuit on Lap 14 which caused a chain reaction of collisions. The cars that sustained damage were all given the black-and-orange flag which forced the damaged cars into the pits (although, to be fair, they would have pitted anyway). The entire field was eventually flagged but Daniel Melrose was able to take his first F1RWRS win with Hemo Goblin in second. Race 6 at Silverstone saw the arrival of three new teams: Team Phoenix, Holden and ArrowTech. However, this was preceded by the ignominious end of Rosenforth one month before as the team divided in half. This was mostly due to the corrosive rivalry between Phoenix McAllister and Frank Zimmer. Zimmer fled to Holden while McAllister acquired a chassis and formed his own team. Barii Mori was hired to the team at the next race. But in Silverstone, Dave Simpson dominated the race as the championship battle was now delicately poised in Spencer's favor. The 2011 F1RWRS English Grand Prix was won by Melrose who took the victory after Simpson's tyre strategy failed.

The 2011 F1RWRS Kent Grand Prix at Brands Hatch was won by Aurelien Moll who became the fourth new winner of the season. ECB also became the the third different team to take their maiden win. Gary Cameron became the fifth new winner at the 2011 F1RWRS Dutch Grand Prix, despite the fact that he was already the reigning champion. Melrose jumped out to a twelve point lead over Spencer. Moll took his second win in three races on the streets of Adelaide but Spencer collided with Dagnall during the race, which wasted a good opportunity to gain ground on Melrose. The series stayed in Australia for the 2011 F1RWRS Australian Grand Prix at Mount Panorama. Melrose failed to qualify for the race after the qualifying system was revamped to include all the drivers in the field. The race itself quickly went awry when Nicolas Steele and James Davies collided at "The Cutting", causing a multi-car collision which blocked the circuit completely. The race was restarted without the wrecked cars and a second qualifying session was held, a decision that annoyed several drivers. Ashley Watkinson took the second race victory of his career with De Bock second and Spencer third. Cameron failed to score as the championship battle was essentially narrowed to Melrose and Spencer.

Melrose held a lead of five points heading into the final four races of the season. The first two were held on Melrose's home turf in Australia. The first, the 2011 F1RWRS New South Wales Grand Prix, was marred by the death of Holden legend Tom Walkinshaw. The Holden team paid their respects by painting their cars with a memorial livery and went on to take a commanding 1-3 finish in the race with John Zimmer in first after his brother was given a controversial twenty-second time penalty post-race for dangerous driving. Spencer managed to finish in second but Dave Simpson collided with Melrose midway through the race (Simpson was disqualified for his actions), giving the Englishman a five-points lead in the championship. The next race in Surfers' Paradise saw a race-long battle between the two title contenders in the rain which ended when Hagane Shizuka collided with Melrose in the rain. However, Spencer was also taken out in the crash which kept the title fight alive. Ironically, Shizuka survived to win the race followed by the two Phoenix cars. Prospec bounced back at the 2011 F1RWRS Chinese Grand Prix by taking a dominant 1-2 victory (led by Koczo) which sealed them the Constructors' Championship for the second year running. Melrose finished third. The championship went down to the final race of the year but both Melrose and Spencer did not factor during the race after both drivers screwed up their pit strategies. The race came down to the final lap when Jeroen Krautmeir passed Giovanni Roda with a spectacular move at the Corkscrew. Spencer and Melrose both failed to score, handing Nathanael Spencer the title.

Drivers and teams

Team Constructor Chassis Engine Tyre # Race Drivers Rounds
Flag of Jamaica svg.png Team Calinetic Calinetic CAL2 Ford Boss 302 V8 Michelin Icon.png 1 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Gary Cameron All
2 Flag of Belgium svg.png Thomas De Bock All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Prospec Prospec PRS 271 Prospec PT-2011 V8 Michelin Icon.png 3 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Nathanael Spencer All
4 Flag of Hungary svg.png David Koczo All
Flag of Italy svg.png Club Bangelia Racing Bangelia BH11 Alfa Romeo V6 Turbo Michelin Icon.png 5 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png James Davies All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Rosenforth Engineering Rosenforth RF11 Jaguar AJ-V8 Michelin Icon.png 6 Flag of Australia svg.png Frank Zimmer 1-5
7 Flag of Spain svg.png Phoenix McAllister 1-5
Flag of Australia svg.png Zimmer-Holden Racing Team
Flag of Australia svg.png NAB-Holden F1RWRS Racing Team
Holden HRT-001 Holden HSV LS3 Bridgestone Icon.png 6 Flag of Australia svg.png Frank Zimmer 6-15
23 Flag of Australia svg.png John Zimmer 6-13, 15
Flag of Spain svg.png Team Phoenix
Flag of Spain svg.png Footwork Team Phoenix Honda
Phoenix PP1
PR01B
Porsche 366 Flat-6
Honda MF303AX 3.0 V10
Michelin Icon.png 7 Flag of Spain svg.png Phoenix McAllister 6-15
27 Flag of Japan svg.png Barii Mori 7-15
Flag of Italy svg.png Pacchia-Coswojuddhartlambo Pacchia LP-02 Coswojuddhartlambo V.2 Michelin Icon.png 8 Flag of Italy svg.png Luca Pacchiarini All
9 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Ashley Watkinson 1-7
28 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Dougal Kerr 7-15
Flag of the United States svg.png 4 Loko Hemogoblin Autowerks
Flag of the United States svg.png Hemogoblin Autowerks
Hemogoblin Type 501 Ford EDA Goodyear Icon.png 9 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Ashley Watkinson 8-15
15 Flag of the United States svg.png T. Hemo Goblin All
Flag of Germany svg.png Qantas JLD Motorsport JLD M2
M2B
BMW P84/5 Michelin Icon.png 10 Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Melrose All
26 Flag of Germany svg.png Jeroen Krautmeir 6-15
Flag of Spain svg.png Colorado Rockies Motorsport CR CR F211 Ford EDA Michelin Icon.png 11 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Darren Older Jr All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png West Cliff Racing West Cliff WC002 Chevrolet V8 Michelin Icon.png 12 Flag of Japan svg.png Hagane Shizuka 1-5
Flag of the Isle of Man svg.png Manx-Anglo-Nippon Racing Team MAN MAN-up MAN Turbo Diesel Bridgestone Icon.png 12 Flag of Japan svg.png Hagane Shizuka 6-15
Flag of Japan svg.png Kahama Motor Sport Kahama KT-2 Ford EDB Michelin Icon.png 13 Flag of Australia svg.png Simon Redman All
14 Flag of Germany svg.png Kay Lon All
Flag of Australia svg.png Australian Minardi
Flag of Australia svg.png OzJet Team Minardi Australia
Minardi PS04B Cosworth V10 Bridgestone Icon.png 16 Flag of Australia svg.png Dave Simpson All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png RubberTex-Jones Racing Team Jones 100 Renault RS9000T-11 Goodyear Icon.png 17 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Sammy Jones All
18 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Chris Dagnall All
Flag of Italy svg.png Trueba Racing Team Trueba T701 Judd V8 Pirelli Icon.png 19 Flag of Italy svg.png Giovanni Roda All
Flag of the Isle of Man svg.png Anglo-Manx Racing AMR 007 Peel-DMC 38G1 Dunlop Icon.png 20 Flag of the Isle of Man svg.png Douglas Mann All
21 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Pippa Mann All
Flag of Belgium svg.png Ecurie de Course Belge ECB JC01 Gillet G32 V10 Continental Icon.png 22 Flag of Belgium svg.png Aurelien Moll All
Flag of Australia svg.png Fwifwi-Holden Racing ZimSport FHR1 Holden HSV LS3 Bridgestone Icon.png 23 Flag of Australia svg.png John Zimmer 1-5
Flag of Canada.svg.png ArrowTech ART ArrowTech AT-01 Cosworth CR-6 3.0 V10 Bridgestone Icon.png 24 Flag of Finland svg.png Jari Kekkonen 6-15
25 Flag of the United States svg.png Nicolas Steele 6-15

Calendar

Testing

# Date Venue Teams Present Fastest Driver Fastest Team Fastest Time Main Article
1 29-30 January Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Donington Park All Teams bar Anglo-Manx Racing Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Melrose Flag of Germany svg.png JLD-BMW 0:59.38 2011 RWRS Pre-Season Test 1
2 5-6 February Flag of Ireland svg.png Mondello Park All Teams Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Darren Older Jr Flag of Spain svg.png CR-Ford 0:57.97 2011 RWRS Pre-Season Test 2
3 26-27 February Flag of Australia svg.png Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit All Teams Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Gary Cameron Flag of Jamaica svg.png Calinetic-Ford 0:57.86 2011 RWRS Pre-Season Test 3

Races

Race Track Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning constructor
Flag of Bavaria.png Bavarian Grand Prix Norisring 20 March Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Gary Cameron Flag of Australia svg.png Frank Zimmer Flag of Australia svg.png Simon Redman Flag of Japan svg.png Kahama-Ford
Flag of Germany svg.png German Grand Prix Hockenheimring 3 April Flag of Hungary svg.png David Koczo Flag of Australia svg.png Frank Zimmer Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Nathanael Spencer Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Prospec
Flag of Saxony-Anhalt svg.png Saxon Grand Prix Motorsports Arena Oschersleben 24 April Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Chris Dagnall Flag of Hungary svg.png David Koczo Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Nathanael Spencer Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Prospec
Flag of Luxembourg svg.png Luxembourg Grand Prix Nurburgring 1 May Flag of Australia svg.png Dave Simpson Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Chris Dagnall Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Chris Dagnall Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Jones-Renault
Flag of Belgium svg.png Belgian Grand Prix Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 15 May Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Nathanael Spencer Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Melrose Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Melrose Flag of Germany svg.png JLD-BMW
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png British Grand Prix Silverstone Circuit 5 June Flag of Hungary svg.png David Koczo Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Melrose Flag of Australia svg.png Dave Simpson Flag of Australia svg.png Minardi-Cosworth
Flag of England svg.png English Grand Prix Snetterton 19 June Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Ashley Watkinson Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Ashley Watkinson Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Melrose Flag of Germany svg.png JLD-BMW
Flag of Kent svg.png Kent Grand Prix Brands Hatch 3 July Flag of Belgium svg.png Thomas De Bock Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Pippa Mann Flag of Belgium svg.png Aurelien Moll Flag of Belgium svg.png ECB-Gillet
Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Dutch Grand Prix Circuit Park Zandvoort 17 July Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Nathanael Spencer Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Gary Cameron Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Gary Cameron Flag of Jamaica svg.png Calinetic-Ford
Flag of South Australia svg.png Tasman Grand Prix Adelaide Street Circuit 7 August Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Chris Dagnall Flag of Japan svg.png Barii Mori Flag of Belgium svg.png Aurelien Moll Flag of Belgium svg.png ECB-Gillet
Flag of Australia svg.png Australian Grand Prix Mount Panorama Circuit 14 August Flag of Belgium svg.png Thomas De Bock Flag of Japan svg.png Barii Mori Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Ashley Watkinson Flag of the United States svg.png Hemogoblin-Ford
Flag of New South Wales svg.png New South Wales Grand Prix Eastern Creek Raceway 21 August Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png James Davies Flag of Germany svg.png Jeroen Krautmeir Flag of Australia svg.png John Zimmer Flag of Australia svg.png Holden
Flag of Queensland svg.png Surfers SuperPrix Surfers Paradise Street Circuit 4 September Flag of Japan svg.png Barii Mori Flag of Japan svg.png Barii Mori Flag of Japan svg.png Hagane Shizuka Flag of the Isle of Man svg.png MAN
Flag of China svg.png Chinese Grand Prix Shanghai International Circuit 18 September Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Gary Cameron Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Melrose Flag of Hungary svg.png David Koczo Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Prospec
Flag of the United States svg.png United States Grand Prix Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca 2 October Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Gary Cameron Flag of the Isle of Man svg.png Douglas Mann Flag of Germany svg.png Jeroen Krautmeir Flag of Germany svg.png JLD-BMW

Points system

Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PP FL
Points 15 10 8 5 4 3 2 1 1 1


Driver Standings

Pos Driver BAV
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GER
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SAX
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LUX
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BEL
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GBR
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ENG
Flag of England svg.png
KEN
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NED
Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png
TAS
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AUS
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NSW
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SUR
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CHN
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USA
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Points
1 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Nathanael Spencer 11 1 1 NC 6 7 7 8 13 15 3 2 6* 2 11 73
2 Flag of Australia svg.png Daniel Melrose 5 14 16 6* 1 2 1 DSQ 4 8 DNPQ 10 7* 3 10 66
3 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Gary Cameron 3 8 DNPQ 4 NC 13 2 10 1 17 10 8 Ret 7 18 46
Flag of Hungary svg.png David Koczo 17 3 13 Ret 8 3 3 6 11 19 DNPQ DNPQ Ret 1 15 46
5 Flag of Australia svg.png Frank Zimmer 6 9 3 Ret 14 10 Ret 3 17 2 DNPQ 3 Ret 9 4 44
6 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Chris Dagnall DNPQ 17 6 1 Ret 11 8 12 19 4 7 15 Ret 12 3 37
7 Flag of Belgium svg.png Aurelien Moll 13 15 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 1 12 1 DNS 4 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 35
8 Flag of Australia svg.png Dave Simpson 4 12 5 Ret 10 1 Ret Ret 18 18 DNPQ DSQ 4 18* 5 34
Flag of Belgium svg.png Thomas De Bock 2 DNPQ 14 Ret 3 DNPQ 10 13 14 9 2 7 8* 8 Ret 34
10 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Pippa Mann 18 5 2 Ret 11 4 4 9 7 7 13* 16 Ret 5 DNPQ 33
11 Flag of Germany svg.png Jeroen Krautmeir 14 12 DNPQ DNPQ 3 DNPQ 5 Ret 10 1 28
Flag of Australia svg.png Simon Redman 1 4 17 DNPQ Ret 8 15 15 15 6 5 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 13 28
Flag of Italy svg.png Giovanni Roda 7 16 DNPQ DNPQ 4 6 11 5 16 5 DNS DNPQ DNPQ 14 2 28
14 Flag of Japan svg.png Hagane Shizuka DNPQ 13 4 DNPQ DNPQ 19 DNPQ 4 DNPQ 13 DNPQ 9 1 19* DNPQ 26
Flag of Australia svg.png John Zimmer 19 DNPQ DNPQ 5* 7 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 10 DNPQ 4 1 Ret 14 26
16 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Ashley Watkinson 14 18 18 Ret 5 DNPQ 9 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 1 11 Ret DNPQ 8 22
Flag of the United States svg.png T. Hemo Goblin 15 7 7 Ret 2 16 Ret 14 3 16 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 15 DNPQ 22
18 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png James Davies 9 6 9 Ret 13 DNPQ 5 2 9 11 DNS 14 Ret 6 17 21
20 Flag of Spain svg.png Phoenix McAllister 8 2 15 Ret 12 15 DNPQ Ret 8 14 11 DNPQ 3 16 DNPQ 20
Flag of Japan svg.png Barii Mori 6 DNPQ DNPQ 10 6 13 2 11 12 20
21 Flag of Germany svg.png Kay Lon 12 10 19 Ret DSQ 17 DNPQ DNPQ 2 DNPQ 12 DNPQ DNPQ 4 16 15
22 Flag of the Isle of Man svg.png Douglas Mann 10 DNPQ 12 2 DNPQ 18 DNPQ 17 DNPQ DNPQ 9 Ret Ret 13 7 13
23 Flag of Italy svg.png Luca Pacchiarini DNPQ DSQ 11 3* DNPQ DNPQ 16* 7 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 12 DNPQ 17 9 10
24 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Darren Older Jr 16 11 8 Ret 9 12 DNPQ DNPQ 5 DNPQ DNS DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 6 8
25 Flag of Finland svg.png Jari Kekkonen 9 14 16 DNPQ 12 DNPQ 6 5 DNPQ DNPQ 7
26 Flag of the United States svg.png Nicolas Steele 5 13 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNS DSQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 4
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Sammy Jones DNPQ DNPQ 10 Ret Ret DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 6 DNPQ 8 DNPQ Ret DNPQ DNPQ 4
28 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Dougal Kerr DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNS DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 0

Constructor Standings

Pos Constructor # BAV
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GER
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SAX
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LUX
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BEL
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GBR
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ENG
Flag of England svg.png
KEN
Flag of Kent svg.png
NED
Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png
TAS
Flag of South Australia svg.png
AUS
Flag of Australia svg.png
NSW
Flag of New South Wales svg.png
SUR
Flag of Queensland svg.png
CHN
Flag of China svg.png
USA
Flag of the United States svg.png
Points
1 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Prospec 3 11 1 1 NC 6 7 7 8 13 15 3 2 6* 2 11 117
4 17 3 13 Ret 8 3 3 6 11 19 DNPQ DNPQ Ret 1 15
2 Flag of Germany svg.png JLD 10 5 14 16 6* 1 2 1 DSQ 4 8 DNPQ 10 7* 3 10 93
26 14 12 DNPQ DNPQ 3 DNPQ 5 Ret 10 1
3 Flag of Jamaica svg.png Calinetic 1 3 8 DNPQ 4 NC 13 2 10 1 17 10 8 Ret 7 18 78
2 2 DNPQ 14 Ret 3 DNPQ 10 13 14 9 2 7 8* 8 Ret
4 Flag of Australia svg.png Holden 6 10 Ret 3 17 2 DNPQ 3 Ret 9 4 53
23 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 10 DNPQ 4 1 Ret 14
5 Flag of the Isle of Man svg.png AMR 20 10 DNPQ 12 2 DNPQ 18 DNPQ 17 DNPQ DNPQ 9 Ret Ret 13 7 46
21 18 5 2 Ret 11 4 4 9 7 7 13* 16 Ret 5 DNPQ
6 Flag of Japan svg.png Kahama 13 1 4 17 DNPQ Ret 8 15 15 15 6 5 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 13 43
14 12 10 19 Ret DSQ 17 DNPQ DNPQ 2 DNPQ 12 DNPQ DNPQ 4 16
7 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Jones 17 DNPQ DNPQ 10 Ret Ret DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 6 DNPQ 8 DNPQ Ret DNPQ DNPQ 40
18 DNPQ 17 6 1 Ret 11 8 12 19 4 7 15 Ret 12 3
8 Flag of the United States svg.png Hemogoblin 9 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 1 11 Ret DNPQ 8 38
15 15 7 7 Ret 2 16 Ret 14 3 16 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 15 DNPQ
9 Flag of Belgium svg.png ECB 22 13 15 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 1 12 1 DNS 4 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 35
10 Flag of Australia svg.png Minardi 16 4 12 5 Ret 10 1 Ret Ret 18 18 DNPQ DSQ 4 18* 5 34
11 Flag of Spain svg.png Phoenix 7 15 DNPQ Ret 8 14 11 DNPQ 3 16 DNPQ 29
27 6 DNPQ DNPQ 10 6 13 2 11 12
12 Flag of Italy svg.png Trueba 19 7 16 DNPQ DNPQ 4 6 11 5 16 5 DNS DNPQ DNPQ 14 2 28
13 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Rosenforth 6 6 9 3 Ret 14 24
7 8 2 15 Ret 12
14 Flag of Italy svg.png Bangelia 5 9 6 9 Ret 13 DNPQ 5 2 9 11 DNS 14 Ret 6 17 21
15 Flag of the Isle of Man svg.png MAN 12 19 DNPQ 4 DNPQ 13 DNPQ 9 1 19* DNPQ 20
16 Flag of Italy svg.png Pacchia 8 DNPQ DSQ 11 3* DNPQ DNPQ 16* 7 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 12 DNPQ 17 9 16
9 14 18 18 Ret 5 DNPQ 9
28 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNS DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ
17 Flag of Canada.svg.png ArrowTech 24 9 14 16 DNPQ 12 DNPQ 6 5 DNPQ DNPQ 11
25 5 13 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNS DSQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ
18 Flag of Spain svg.png CR 11 16 11 8 Ret 9 12 DNPQ DNPQ 5 DNPQ DNS DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 6 8
19 Flag of Australia svg.png ZimSport 23 19 DNPQ DNPQ 5* 7 6
20 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png West Cliff 12 DNPQ 13 4 DNPQ DNPQ 5

Harvey Jones Memorial Trophy

Pos Tyre Manufacturer BAV
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GER
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SAX
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LUX
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BEL
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GBR
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ENG
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KEN
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NED
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TAS
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AUS
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NSW
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SUR
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CHN
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USA
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Points
1 Michelin Icon.png 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 213
2 Goodyear Icon.png 6 3 4 1 2 5 3 6 2 4 1 4 Ret 4 3 108
3 Bridgestone Icon.png 2 4 3 Ret 4 3 5 3 4 2 3 1 1 3 4 104
4 Dunlop Icon.png 4 2 2 2 5 2 2 5 3 6 4 5 Ret 2 5 99
5 Pirelli Icon.png 3 6 DNPQ DNPQ 3 4 4 4 6 5 DNS DNPQ DNPQ 5 2 55
6 Continental Icon.png 5 5 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 1 5 1 DNS 3 DNPQ DNPQ DNPQ 50
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