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FFR2009 FFR2.0 Season
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Overview

The 2009 FFR2.0 Season was the 3rd season of FFR2.0 and supported the FFR3.5 series at selected events which will comprised the 2009 World Series by Renault. The season began at Barcelona on the 19th April and end at Hockenheim on 17th September.

The Drivers Championship was won by Daniel Ricciardo after a season long battle with Jean Eric Vergne and the Teams Championship by Carlin Motorsport.

Teams and Drivers

Entry List

Team Chassis Engine Tyre No. Race Drivers
22px-Flag of France.svg-1- ART Grand Prix Dallara Renault Bridgestone 1 Alexander Sims
2 Adrien Tambay
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Carlin Motorsport Dallara Renault Bridgestone 3 Kevin Magnussen
4 Daniel Ricciardo
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Arden International Dallara Renault Bridgestone 5 Josef Kral
6 Matias Laine
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Manor Motorsport Dallara Renault Bridgestone 7 Adrian Quaiffe Hobbs
8 Roberto Merhi
22px-Flag of the Netherlands.svg-1- MP Motorsport Dallara Renault Bridgestone 9 Nigel Melker
10 Daniel De Jong
20px-Flag of Switzerland.svg-1- Jenzer Motorsport Dallara Renault Bridgestone 11 Pal Verhaug
12 Simon Trummer
22px-Flag of France.svg-1- SG Formula Dallara Renault Bridgestone 14 Jean-Eric Vergne
15 Tom Dillman
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Fortec Motorsport Dallara Renault Bridgestone 16 James Calado
17 Will Stevens
22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Tech1 Dallara Renault Bridgestone 18 Antonio Felix Da Costa
19 Kevin Korhus
22px-Flag of the Czech Republic.svg-1- ISR Dallara Renault Bridgestone 20 Alexander Rossi
21 Kevin Ceccon
Raikkonen Robertson Racing Dallara Renault Bridgestone 22 Jazeman Jaafar
23 Tom Blomqvist

Race Calendar

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Winning Driver Winning Team
1 22px-Flag of Spain.svg-1- Barcelona 19th April 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Jean-Eric Vergne 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Jean-Eric Vergne 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- SG Formula
2 22px-Flag of Italy.svg-1- Autodromo Nazionale Monza 3rd May 22px-Flag of Denmark.svg-1- Kevin Magnussen 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Jean-Eric Vergne 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- SG Formula
3 22px-Flag of Hungary.svg-1- Hungaroring, Budapest 14th June 22px-Flag of Australia.svg-1- Daniel Ricciardo 22px-Flag of Australia.svg-1- Daniel Ricciardo 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Carlin
4 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Silverstone Circuit 5th July 22px-Flag of Australia.svg-1- Daniel Ricciardo 22px-Flag of Australia.svg-1- Daniel Ricciardo 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Carlin
5 22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Circuit de Spa Francorchamps 25th July 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Jean-Eric Vergne 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Jean-Eric Vergne 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- SG Formula
6 22px-Flag of Sweden.svg-1- Anderstorp 2nd August 22px-Flag of Australia.svg-1- Daniel Ricciardo 22px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1- Antonio Felix Da Costa 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Tech 1
7 22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Nurburgring 20th September 22px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1- Antonio Felix Da Costa 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Jean-Eric Vergne 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- SG Formula
8 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Dijon-Prenais 11th October 22px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1- Antonio Felix Da Costa 22px-Flag of Australia.svg-1- Daniel Ricciardo 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg-1- Carlin
9 22px-Flag of Germany.svg-1- Hockenheimring 25th October 22px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1- Antonio Felix Da Costa 22px-Flag of Portugal.svg-1- Antonio Felix Da Costa 22px-Flag of France.svg-1- Tech 1

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top 10 classified finishers.

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

Championship Positions

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