2007 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season
|2007 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season|
The 2007 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season was the seventeenth Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 season. The season began at Zolder on 21 April and finished at Barcelona on 28 October, after fourteen rounds.
The title was claimed by Epsilon RedBull driver Brendon Hartley with a round to spare. Hartley took four race wins during the season, two of which coming in the opening round at Zolder. He also took four further podium finishes en route to a 32-point championship win over Jon Lancaster. SG Formula's driver eventually ended the season also with four victories in two final rounds at Estoril and Barcelona.
Lancaster's teammate Charles Pic finished in third position, taking victory at the Nürburgring. He finished 17 points clear of Epsilon Euskadi's Stefano Coletti, who took win at the Hungaroring. Other victories were taken by Prema Powerteam's Henkie Waldschmidt at the Nürburgring and guest driver Mathieu Arzeno, who won both Magny-Cours races.
Teams and drivers
- Guest entries are listed in italics.
|Round||Circuit||Date||Pole Position||Fastest Lap||Winning Driver||Winning Team|
|1||R1||23x15px Circuit Zolder||21 April||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Epsilon RedBull|
|R2||22 April||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Epsilon RedBull|
|2||R1||23x15px Nürburgring||5 May||23x15px Charles Pic||23x15px Oliver Oakes||23x15px Henkie Waldschmidt||23x15px Prema Powerteam|
|R2||6 May||23x15px Charles Pic||23x15px Charles Pic||23x15px SG Formula|
|3||R1||23x15px Hungaroring||14 July||23x15px Jules Bianchi||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Epsilon RedBull|
|R2||15 July||23x15px Jules Bianchi||23x15px Stefano Coletti||23x15px Epsilon Euskadi|
|4||R1||23x15px Donington Park||8 September||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x16px Fabio Leimer||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px SG Formula|
|R2||9 September||23x15px Frank Kechele||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Epsilon RedBull|
|5||R1||23x15px Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours||22 September||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Stefano Coletti||23x15px Mathieu Arzeno||23x15px Epsilon Euskadi|
|R2||23 September||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Mathieu Arzeno||23x15px Epsilon Euskadi|
|6||R1||23x15px Autódromo do Estoril||20 October||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px SG Formula|
|R2||21 October||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px SG Formula|
|7||R1||23x15px Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona||27 October||23x15px Brendon Hartley||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px SG Formula|
|R2||28 October||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px Jon Lancaster||23x15px SG Formula|
Points are awarded to the drivers as follows:
* - only awarded to race one polesitters
Bold - Pole
† — Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 90% of the race distance.
- 1 Pierre Combot raced as guest driver with Cram Competition in rounds Magny Cours and Barcelona.
- 2 Anton Nebylitskiy raced as guest driver with SG Formula at Estoril and Barcelona.
|1||23x15px Epsilon RedBull||201|
|2||23x15px SG Drivers Project||127|
|3||23x15px SG Formula||112|
|4||23x15px Motopark Academy||99|
|5||23x15px Epsilon Euskadi||71|
|6||23x15px Prema Powerteam||54|
|7||23x16px Jenzer Motorsport||53|
|8||23x15px District Racing||44|
|9||23x15px Motorsport Arena||31|
|10||23x15px BVM Minardi Team||23|
|11||23x15px Graff Racing||22|
|12||23x15px Boutsen Energy Racing||22|
|13||23x15px Cram Competition||6|
|23x15px Carlin Motorsport||0|
|23x15px Omicron Racing||0|
|23x15px SL Formula Racing||0|
|23x15px Steiner Motorsport||0|
- "Race Calendar: Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup — Season 2007". Speedsport Magazine. Retrieved 17 March 2012.
- "FRENAULT: EU 2.0: Series Estoril race two report". motorsport.com. 23 October 2007. Retrieved 17 March 2012.
- "FRENAULT: EU 2.0: Nurburgring race two notes". motorsport.com. 6 May 2007. Retrieved 17 March 2012.
- "FRENAULT: EU 2.0: Hungaroring race two report". motorsport.com. 15 July 2007. Retrieved 17 March 2012.
- "Entrylist: Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup — Season 2007". Speedsport Magazine. Retrieved 17 March 2012.