2014 Formula One Rejects Microprose Grand Prix Series season

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The fourth season of the Formula One Rejects Microprose Grand Prix Series was held in 2014, on fifteen of the circuits of the 1994 Formula One season, plus Mexico in place of what was then known as TI Aida. The net result in this series is the replacement of the race at Phoenix by one at Jerez. The schedule was optimised for maximum travel efficiency - races in the Americas first, then the European season, followed by the final races flying east to Japan and Australia.

This season also saw the introduction of refuelling, even in the newly-created Women's European Cup which used 2013-spec cars which needed retro-fitting with filling valves.

The reigning Drivers' Champion was Chris Dagnall, who returned to defend his title, and the reigning Constructors' Champions were Viking Racing.

Calendar

Pre-season testing was held at Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia, Spain on 12/14/16 February 2014.

Round Host Country Circuit Date
1 Flag of Brazil svg.png Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo 19 April
2 Flag of Mexico svg.png Mexico Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City 3 May
3 Flag of Canada.svg.png Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal 17 May
4 Flag of San Marino svg.png San Marino Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola, Italy 7 June
5 Flag of Monaco svg.png Monaco Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo 21 June
6 Flag of Andorra svg.png Andorra Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain 5 July
7 Flag of France svg.png France Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours 19 July
8 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Great Britain Silverstone Circuit 26 July
9 Flag of Germany svg.png Germany Hockenheimring 30 August
10 Flag of Belgium svg.png Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 6 September
11 Flag of Hungary svg.png Hungary Hungaroring, Budapest 20 September
12 Flag of Italy svg.png Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 4 October
13 Flag of Portugal svg.png Portugal Autódromo do Estoril 18 October
14 Flag of Spain svg.png Spain Circuito de Jerez 25 October
15 Flag of Japan svg.png Japan Suzuka Circuit 15 November
16 Flag of Australia svg.png Australia Adelaide Street Circuit 29 November

Points system

Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

Entrants

The field consisted of 19 teams, all entering two cars.

Team and engine changes

  • Team America F1, Osella Squadra Corse, Mastercard Lola and Life Racing Engines left the series after the end of the 2013 season.
  • As a consequence, the Life 3.5-litre W12 was withdrawn from the series. Dodge, Alfa Romeo and Volkswagen also left the series after the end of the 2013 season - although the Volkswagen engine was not a factory effort.
  • Allez Les Bleus! Prost Formule Un and Driot-Arnoux Motorsport merged to form Société Prost-Arnoux Motorsport (SPAM). They were not put off this idea by the unfortunate new acronym. Former Renault F1 team-mates Alain Prost and René Arnoux were in charge of the new F1RMGP team, with Jean-Paul Driot returning to run the DAMS squad that competes in the GP2 Series.
  • Dome Engineering Design, Spyker Squadron, Suzuki Works Team and (somewhat inexplicably) David Price Racing joined the series as new teams.
  • Three new engine suppliers joined the series for the 2014 season. The first was the Mecachrome-backed Propulsion Universelle et Recuperation d'Energie (PURE) unveiled their 1.6-litre inline-4 engine, signing a contract with Formula One Rejects Motorsport, to the ire of Proton, whose tie-up with Mecachrome to produce a triple-turbo W9 for Fondmetal Team Malaysia had been an abject failure. Proton decided to supply the Malaysian team with their own answer to the PURE engine - the same capacity and layout.
  • The second significant new engine manufacturer was Audi, whose entry had been in response to Peugeot's decision to switch from their standard V10 Formula One engine (as previously supplied to Prost) to the twin turbo diesel V6 from the 908 Le Mans Prototype. SPAM were the recipients of the Peugeot diesel; seeking a German team, Audi had no choice but to team up with the failing ATS Rial Racing team, increasing funding from the team massively and supplying their equivalent single turbo diesel V6 from the R18, thus ousting the non-works Volkswagen VR6 from the series.
  • The third new engine supplier was Suzuki, who developed a 2.7 litre twin turbo V6 engine from the Pikes Peak Hillclimb Escudo, rumoured to develop 1000 bhp but found to be detuned to rather less than that. Having consulted almost the entire grid (F1RM were a prime target when their supply of Life engines was abruptly halted), there was no interest from the existing teams, and Suzuki formed their own works team to go it alone. Leyton House were revealed as the title sponsor when the 2014 cars were unveiled.
  • The Honda 2.4 litre V8 was replaced by a 3.0 litre V10, developed by Mugen Motorsports and supplied to both Super Aguri and the new Dome team.
  • The Neotech V12 engine was supplied to the new Spyker team as well as their previous customers, EuroBrun.
  • The spare supply of Renault engines no longer required by DAMS after their incorporation into SPAM were given to David Price Racing, rebadged as Dacia due to the team's Romanian connections via André Herck.
  • The long and boring feud between Tony Fernandes and Dany Bahar that had done so much to drag the name of Team Lotus through the mud finally came to a head as both men were ordered to run the same team; Fondmetal Team Malaysia and Genii Capital from Bahar's F1 team were forcibly merged into Genii Team Malaysia.

Driver changes

  • Marco Apicella moved from Super Aguri to Dome, who he had driven for in Japanese Formula 3000, the new boys seeing fit to poach one of their former drivers from the rival Japanese team.
  • Olivier Grouillard found himself surplus to requirements after the Prost/DAMS merger and moved to Monteverdi.
  • Alex Yoong left Fondmetal Team Malaysia in disgust, before its merger with Genii, and moved back to Minardi.
  • Plamen Kralev was left high and dry after the withdrawal of Mastercard Lola but signed for David Price.
  • Fellow Lola refugee Ricardo Teixeira took the second seat at Genii Team Malaysia.
  • Joachim Winkelhock moved from AGS to ATS Rial, due to Audi's demand for an all-German line-up.
  • Forced out of the new regime at ATS Rial for not being German, Pierre-Henri Raphanel moved to Winkelhock's old seat at AGS.
  • As Suzuki used an old Life chassis to test their engine in, Bruno Giacomelli was signed as an official test driver, being promoted to the race drive when the team's entry was finally confirmed.
  • Scott Speed, Jimmie Johnson, Taki Inoue, Piercarlo Ghinzani, Andrea Chiesa, Pierluigi Martini, Gary Brabham and Vincenzo Sospiri all left the series. Sospiri signed as a test driver with Arrows Grand Prix International as they attempted to claim a place on the 2014 F1RMGP grid, but their application was unsuccessful.
  • Emanuele Naspetti returned to the series, having previously driven for Forti in the 2011 season. He signed for Dome, having driven for them in Japanese Formula 3000.
  • Marko Asmer (Simtek), Olivier Beretta (Spyker), Shinji Nakano (Super Aguri) and Hideki Noda (Leyton House-Suzuki) all joined the series - as, and nobody can quite figure out why, did Christophe Hurni, though as he signed for David Price, that's no surprise. Shinji Nakano was the winner of a seven-driver shootout held by Super Aguri to find their second driver after the shock departure of Marco Apicella; Noda was second, and was signed by Leyton House-Suzuki shortly afterwards.

Entry List

Note: "All" in the "Rounds" column refers to all the rounds that have taken place in the championship so far. Driver changes mid-season are, however, unlikely.

Team Chassis Engine No. Driver Rounds
Flag of Australia svg.png Formula One Rejects Motorsport F1R-14 PURE 1.6l inline-4, turbocharged 1 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Chris Dagnall All
2 Flag of Switzerland svg.png Jean-Denis Délétraz All
Flag of France svg.png Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives JH31 MGN 3.5l arrow-W12, normally aspirated 3 Flag of Italy svg.png Gabriele Tarquini All
4 Flag of France svg.png Pierre-Henri Raphanel All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Ginsters Team Toleman TG214 Renault 2.4l V8, normally aspirated 5 Flag of Ireland svg.png Ralph Firman All
6 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Allan McNish All
Flag of Japan svg.png Super Aguri Formula One SA14 Mugen-Honda 3.0l V10, normally aspirated 7 Flag of Japan svg.png Shinji Nakano All
8 Flag of Japan svg.png Yuji Ide All
Flag of Norway svg.png Viking Racing MJØLNER-03 Koenigsegg 2.4l V8, twin supercharged 9 Flag of Denmark svg.png Jan Magnussen All
10 Flag of Iceland svg.png Þorvaldur Einarsson All
Flag of Italy svg.png Scuderia Andrea Coloni SAC8 Judd 3.5l V10, normally aspirated 11 Flag of Portugal svg.png Pedro Chaves All
12 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Perry McCarthy All
Flag of Japan svg.png Leyton House Suzuki Works Team LHS/CG141 Suzuki 2.7l V6, twin turbocharged 15 Flag of Japan svg.png Hideki Noda All
16 Flag of Italy svg.png Bruno Giacomelli All
Flag of Switzerland svg.png Monteverdi Onyx Grand Prix ORE-6 HKS 3.5l V12, normally aspirated 17 Flag of France svg.png Olivier Grouillard All
18 Flag of Italy svg.png Fabrizio Barbazza All
Flag of Switzerland svg.png EuroBrun Racing ER214 Neotech 3.5l V12, normally aspirated 19 Flag of Italy svg.png Claudio Langes All
20 Flag of Italy svg.png Enrico Bertaggia All
Flag of Germany svg.png ATS Rial Racing ARC-5 Audi 3.7l V6, turbocharged diesel 21 Flag of Germany svg.png Joachim Winkelhock All
22 Flag of Germany svg.png Volker Weidler All
Flag of Italy svg.png Minardi Formula One Team PS09 Motori Moderni 1.5l V6, twin turbocharged 23 Flag of Malaysia svg.png Alex Yoong All
24 Flag of Argentina svg.png Esteban Tuero All
Flag of France svg.png Société Prost-Arnoux Motorsport PD-12 Peugeot 3.7l V8, twin turbocharged diesel 25 Flag of France svg.png Stéphane Sarrazin All
26 Flag of France svg.png Philippe Alliot All
Flag of Brazil svg.png Forti Corse... do Brasil! FG07 Ford do Brasil 2.3l inline-4, turbocharged 27 Flag of Italy svg.png Luca Badoer All
28 Flag of Italy svg.png Andrea Montermini All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Simtek Research Formula One S141 Isuzu 3.5l V12, normally aspirated 29 Flag of France svg.png Paul Belmondo All
30 Flag of Estonia svg.png Marko Asmer All
Flag of Serbia svg.png Stefan Grand Prix S-04 Toyota 3.0l V12, normally aspirated 31 Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima All
32 Flag of Canada.svg.png Jacques Villeneuve All
Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Spyker Squadron F12-XIV Neotech 3.5l V12, normally aspirated 33 Flag of Switzerland svg.png Gregor Foitek All
34 Flag of Monaco svg.png Olivier Beretta All
Flag of Japan svg.png Dome Engineering Design Do14 Mugen-Honda 3.0l V10, normally aspirated 35 Flag of Italy svg.png Emanuele Naspetti All
36 Flag of Italy svg.png Marco Apicella All
Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png David Price Racing DPR-1 Dacia 2.4l V8, normally aspirated 37 Flag of Bulgaria svg.png Plamen Kralev All
38 Flag of Switzerland svg.png Christophe Hurni All
Flag of Malaysia svg.png Genii Team Malaysia GEN-4 Proton 1.6l inline-4, turbocharged 39 Flag of Malaysia svg.png Fairuz Fauzy All
40 Flag of Angola svg.png Ricardo Teixeira All

Drivers' Championship

Pos Driver Team BRA
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MEX
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CAN
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SMR
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MON
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AND
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FRA
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GBR
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GER
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BEL
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HUN
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ITA
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POR
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ESP
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JPN
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AUS
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Points DNQ Best result
1 Flag of Iceland svg.png Þorvaldur Einarsson Viking 1 1 2 1 Ret Ret 6 6 1 4 16 1 Ret 5 2 6 207 0 1st × 5
2 Flag of Denmark svg.png Jan Magnussen Viking 9 5 3 2 1 8 10 Ret Ret 1 Ret 5 4 6 1 3 170 0 1st × 3
3 Flag of Japan svg.png Hideki Noda Leyton House Ret 2 10 3 Ret 2 Ret 5 3 Ret 8 6 1 11 3 1 154 0 1st × 2
4 Flag of Italy svg.png Bruno Giacomelli Leyton House 5 8 15 4 4 Ret 2 1 4 Ret 7 Ret Ret 2 4 22 129 0 1st × 1
5 Flag of Japan svg.png Yuji Ide Super Aguri Ret 4 1 5 Ret 4 13 2 2 Ret Ret Ret 2 10 Ret Ret 114 0 1st × 1
6 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Chris Dagnall F1RM Ret 15 6 Ret 11 1 1 3 7 Ret 4 14 6 8 Ret 7 109 0 1st × 2
7 Flag of Italy svg.png Luca Badoer Forti 2 Ret 5 8 7 Ret 14 4 Ret Ret 6 4 5 1 Ret 15 105 0 1st × 1
8 Flag of Portugal svg.png Pedro Chaves SAC Ret 17 9 6 2 12 3 Ret 19 3 3 Ret 3 Ret Ret 11 88 0 2nd × 1
9 Flag of Italy svg.png Marco Apicella Dome 12 DNQ 4 17 3 3 Ret 7 9 2 10 17 8 20 Ret 5 83 1 2nd × 1
10 Flag of Japan svg.png Shinji Nakano Super Aguri Ret 3 14 7 5 Ret 7 8 8 Ret Ret 2 12 12 Ret 4 75 0 2nd × 1
11 Flag of Italy svg.png Gabriele Tarquini AGS Ret 12 17 22 13 9 17 13 Ret 5 2 12 18 4 5 14 52 0 2nd × 1
12 Flag of Estonia svg.png Marko Asmer Simtek 7 10 22 16 Ret 13 Ret 10 Ret 11 1 3 14 Ret Ret 12 48 0 1st × 1
13 Flag of France svg.png Philippe Alliot SPAM DNQ 14 Ret DNQ 15 Ret 18 Ret 6 DNQ 5 16 16 9 Ret 2 38 3 2nd × 1
14 Flag of France svg.png Paul Belmondo Simtek 4 6 DNQ 13 DNQ 7 DNQ 15 12 6 Ret 10 DNQ DNQ Ret 19 35 5 4th × 1
15 Flag of Switzerland svg.png Jean-Denis Délétraz F1RM 3 13 11 Ret Ret Ret 16 14 15 Ret Ret 11 10 3 Ret 16 31 0 3rd × 2
16 Flag of Italy svg.png Andrea Montermini Forti 11 7 8 10 10 Ret 4 11 17 Ret Ret 9 9 Ret 10 20 29 0 4th × 1
17 Flag of Germany svg.png Joachim Winkelhock ATS Rial 16 Ret 20 21 17 Ret 5 DNQ 13 7 DNQ 7 19 7 Ret 21 28 2 5th × 1
18 Flag of Germany svg.png Volker Weidler ATS Rial DNQ DNQ 7 DNQ 8 DNQ 12 DNQ 5 8 DNQ 13 Ret 14 DNQ DNQ 24 8 5th × 1
19 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Perry McCarthy SAC 8 19 13 12 Ret 5 8 DNQ 21 Ret 12 Ret 11 16 8 13 22 1 5th × 1
20 Flag of Italy svg.png Enrico Bertaggia EuroBrun 6 DNQ 18 15 14 6 11 DNQ 16 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 8 20 7 6th × 2
21 Flag of Italy svg.png Fabrizio Barbazza Monteverdi Ret 16 16 18 16 Ret 19 Ret Ret 9 9 8 7 Ret Ret 10 15 0 7th × 1
22 Flag of Italy svg.png Claudio Langes EuroBrun DNQ 9 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 10 DNQ 11 DNQ DNQ 13 6 17 11 10 6th × 1
23 Flag of Ireland svg.png Ralph Firman Toleman 13 11 23 23 Ret 10 9 16 20 DNQ Ret 19 13 17 7 Ret 9 1 7th × 1
24 Flag of France svg.png Pierre-Henri Raphanel AGS DNQ DNQ DNQ 11 6 DNQ 15 Ret DNQ 13 15 DNQ Ret 18 DNQ DNQ 8 8 6th × 1
25 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Allan McNish Toleman 15 Ret Ret 20 9 Ret Ret 12 DNQ DNQ DNQ 15 15 21 9 DNQ 4 4 9th × 2
26 Flag of Italy svg.png Emanuele Naspetti Dome 10 DNQ DNQ 14 DNQ DNQ DNQ 9 DNQ 10 Ret 18 DNQ 15 Ret Ret 4 7 9th × 1
27 Flag of Switzerland svg.png Gregor Foitek Spyker Ret Ret Ret 19 DNQ 14 DNQ DNQ 18 Ret DNQ Ret 17 Ret Ret 9 2 4 9th × 1
28 Flag of France svg.png Stéphane Sarrazin SPAM DNQ Ret 12 9 DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 2 11 9th × 1
NC Flag of Monaco svg.png Olivier Beretta Spyker DNQ 18 19 Ret Ret Ret Ret DNQ 11 DNQ 14 Ret Ret 19 DNQ 18 0 4 11th × 1
NC Flag of Canada.svg.png Jacques Villeneuve Stefan Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret 14 12 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret Ret 0 9 12th × 1
NC Flag of Argentina svg.png Esteban Tuero Minardi 17 20 21 DNQ DNQ 11 DNQ 17 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 11 11th × 1
NC Flag of Malaysia svg.png Alex Yoong Minardi 14 DNQ DNQ DNQ 12 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ 20 DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 11 12th × 1
NC Flag of France svg.png Olivier Grouillard Monteverdi DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 13 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 13 13th × 1
NC Flag of Malaysia svg.png Fairuz Fauzy GTM DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ 14 DNQ DNQ 21 DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 13 14th × 1
NC Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima Stefan DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 20 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ 0 13 20th × 1
NC Flag of Bulgaria svg.png Plamen Kralev David Price DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 15 DNF × 1
NC Flag of Angola svg.png Ricardo Teixeira GTM DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 15 DNF × 1
NC Flag of Switzerland svg.png Christophe Hurni David Price DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 16 n/a
Pos Driver Team BRA
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MEX
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CAN
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SMR
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MON
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AND
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FRA
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GBR
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GER
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BEL
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HUN
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ITA
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POR
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ESP
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JPN
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AUS
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Points DNQ Best result

Constructors' Championship

Pos Team Car
no.
BRA
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MEX
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CAN
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SMR
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MON
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AND
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FRA
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GBR
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GER
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BEL
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HUN
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ITA
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POR
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ESP
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JPN
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AUS
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Points DNQ Best result
1 Flag of Norway svg.png Viking Racing 9 9 5 3 2 1 8 10 Ret Ret 1 Ret 5 4 6 1 3 377 0 1st × 8
10 1 1 2 1 Ret Ret 6 6 1 4 16 1 Ret 5 2 6
2 Flag of Japan svg.png Leyton House Suzuki Works Team 15 Ret 2 10 3 Ret 2 Ret 5 3 Ret 8 6 1 11 3 1 283 0 1st × 3
16 5 8 15 4 4 Ret 2 1 4 Ret 7 Ret Ret 2 4 22
3 Flag of Japan svg.png Super Aguri Formula One 7 Ret 3 14 7 5 Ret 7 8 8 Ret Ret 2 12 12 Ret 4 189 0 1st × 1
8 Ret 4 1 5 Ret 4 13 2 2 Ret Ret Ret 2 10 Ret Ret
4 Flag of Australia svg.png Formula One Rejects Motorsport 1 Ret 15 6 Ret 11 1 1 3 7 Ret 4 14 6 8 Ret 7 140 0 1st × 2
2 3 13 11 Ret Ret Ret 16 14 15 Ret Ret 11 10 3 Ret 16
5 Flag of Brazil svg.png Forti Corse... do Brasil! 27 2 Ret 5 8 7 Ret 14 4 Ret Ret 6 4 5 1 Ret 15 134 0 1st × 1
28 11 7 8 10 10 Ret 4 11 17 Ret Ret 9 9 Ret 10 20
6 Flag of Italy svg.png Scuderia Andrea Coloni 11 Ret 17 9 6 2 12 3 Ret 19 3 3 Ret 3 Ret Ret 11 110 1 2nd × 1
12 8 19 13 12 Ret 5 8 DNQ 21 Ret 12 Ret 11 16 8 13
7 Flag of Japan svg.png Dome Engineering Design 35 10 DNQ DNQ 14 DNQ DNQ DNQ 9 DNQ 10 Ret 18 DNQ 15 Ret Ret 87 8 2nd × 1
36 12 DNQ 4 17 3 3 Ret 7 9 2 10 17 8 20 Ret 5
8 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Simtek Research Formula One 29 4 6 DNQ 13 DNQ 7 DNQ 15 12 6 Ret 10 DNQ DNQ Ret 19 83 5 1st × 1
30 7 10 22 16 Ret 13 Ret 10 Ret 11 1 3 14 Ret Ret 12
9 Flag of France svg.png Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives 3 Ret 12 17 22 13 9 17 13 Ret 5 2 12 18 4 5 14 60 8 2nd × 1
4 DNQ DNQ DNQ 11 6 DNQ 15 Ret DNQ 13 15 DNQ Ret 18 DNQ DNQ
10 Flag of Germany svg.png ATS Rial Racing 21 16 Ret 20 21 17 Ret 5 DNQ 13 7 DNQ 7 19 7 Ret 21 52 10 5th × 2
22 DNQ DNQ 7 DNQ 8 DNQ 12 DNQ 5 8 DNQ 13 Ret 14 DNQ DNQ
11 Flag of France svg.png Société Prost-Arnoux Motorsport 25 DNQ Ret 12 9 DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 40 14 2nd × 1
26 DNQ 14 Ret DNQ 15 Ret 18 Ret 6 DNQ 5 16 16 9 Ret 2
12 Flag of Switzerland svg.png EuroBrun Racing 19 DNQ 9 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 10 DNQ 11 DNQ DNQ 13 6 17 31 17 6th × 3
20 6 DNQ 18 15 14 6 11 DNQ 16 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 8
13 Flag of Switzerland svg.png Monteverdi Onyx Grand Prix 17 DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 13 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 15 13 7th × 1
18 Ret 16 16 18 16 Ret 19 Ret Ret 9 9 8 7 Ret Ret 10
14 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Ginsters Team Toleman 5 13 11 23 23 Ret 10 9 16 20 DNQ Ret 19 13 17 7 Ret 13 5 7th × 1
6 15 Ret Ret 20 9 Ret Ret 12 DNQ DNQ DNQ 15 15 21 9 DNQ
15 Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Spyker Squadron 33 Ret Ret Ret 19 DNQ 14 DNQ DNQ 18 Ret DNQ Ret 17 Ret Ret 9 2 8 9th × 1
34 DNQ 18 19 Ret Ret Ret Ret DNQ 11 DNQ 14 Ret Ret 19 DNQ 18
NC Flag of Italy svg.png Minardi Formula One Team 23 14 DNQ DNQ DNQ 12 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ 20 DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 22 11th × 1
24 17 20 21 DNQ DNQ 11 DNQ 17 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ
NC Flag of Serbia svg.png Stefan Grand Prix 31 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 20 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ 0 22 12th × 1
32 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret 14 12 Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret Ret
NC Flag of Malaysia svg.png Genii Team Malaysia 39 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ 14 DNQ DNQ 21 DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 28 14th × 1
40 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ
NC Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png David Price Racing 37 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 0 31 DNF × 1
38 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ
Pos Team Car
no.
BRA
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MEX
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CAN
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SMR
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MON
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AND
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FRA
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GBR
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GER
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BEL
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HUN
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ITA
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POR
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ESP
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JPN
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AUS
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Points DNQ Best result

Gallery

Simtek were caught napping by someone who appeared to be Rrrrrmmmnn Grrrrjjjjnnn creeping around in their garage, fiddling with their computers. It was later discovered to be Row-Man Gross-Gene, a F1 Rejects forum user who is adept at computer hacking and production of motor racing themed colouring-in books. Row-Man was busy downloading the virtual-reality CFD-only blueprints from Nick Wirth's computer for the Virgin VR-01 - which, to nobody's surprise, has been altered to meet F1RMGP regulations and all the chassis for this season have ended up based on a "C" spec version of this car, the "B" version having been rejected for having sidepods that were even more impractical than the original. The teams are said to be absolutely delighted with the CFD-only approach that means none of them have to waste money on expensive wind tunnels - not that any of them need such a thing because all the cars over all four seasons have been stolen from some existing team, usually a massive reject job. Simtek, paying tribute to the car that was such an abysmal failure in 2010, have left the Virgin livery pattern intact and painted it in bark blue, thus unifying Nick Wirth's two reject teams separated by a decade and a half.