Formula R Festival

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RaceProLogo.png Formula R Festival
Formula R Festival series logo
Date 12th January - 2nd February 2014
Category Single Seaters
Region Europe Europe
Races 8
Drivers 18
Teams 12
Drivers Champion United Kingdom Jay Cooper
Teams Champion United Kingdom Jayvoury Racing
Rookie Champion United Kingdom Ollie Knight
Achievement Badges
Congratulationsyouwontheraceweryvelldone - this driver is the Formula R Festival champion You'reinthepointsweryvelldone - this driver is the Formula R Festival Rookie Cup holder Single Seater, Team Effort - this driver drove for the Formula R Festival Teams champion
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The Formula R Festival is Really Rubbish Racing's first season of racing on PC, as such it has been dubbed Season PC-1.

Car

The car used for the Formula R Festival was the Formula BMW FB02, a car designed by BMW Subsidiary DesignworksUSA and built by French chassis constructor Mygale.
The car features slick tyres and front & rear wings, features a mid-mounted BMW engine and rear wheel drive.

Germany BMW
Formula BMW Mygale FB02.jpg
Model Mygale FB02
Engine BMW K1200RS
Power 140 BHP
Weight 455kg
Drivetrain Mid Engine, Real Wheel Drive (MR)
Tyres Yokohama

Entry List

18 drivers from 12 teams entered the season. 3 Drivers were rookies in their first season of competition. 10 of the drivers competed in all 8 races.

Team No. Driver Races Entered
United Kingdom Northern Monkey Racing 5 Lancashire Tom Collantine 1-4, 7-8
777 Yorkshire Ben Haddleton 5-8
Scotland Team Squeasel 10 Scotland Dave Christie 3-6
England BLAIR|one 11 England Liam Blair All
78 United Kingdom James Price-Harper All
United Kingdom Jayvoury Racing 17 United Kingdom Jay Cooper All
29 England Barney Dove All
Bedfordshire Team OK 21 United Kingdom Ollie Knight 3-8
United Kingdom Black Cats 23 England Alex Odell 1-2, 5-8
55 United Kingdom Adam Smith All
Japan Kaibutsu Racing 25 Wales Tom White All
64 Scotland Campbell Wallis All
United Kingdom JemTech Racing 71 United Kingdom Pete Walker All
Spain PSP Motorsports 75 County Derry Niall O'Connell 1-2
85 United Kingdom Matt Davies All
The Netherlands Frami Racing 93 The Netherlands Tim Straub 1-2
United Kingdom Monolith Motorsport 149 Nottinghamshire Dave Morley 1-4, 7-8
Kernow Kernowsport 802 Kernow Dan Thorn All

Blue - Rookie driver

Event Format

The event will run on 4 successive Sundays beginning on 12th January 2014, with the final round being on 2nd February.

Events will consist of 2 30 minute practice sessions. This will be followed by a 3-lap Superpole qualifying session with each driver allowed an outlap, a single flying lap with which to set their qualifying time, and an inlap. This session will decide the grid for race 1. Qualifying will give way to two races of equal length (duration of around 25 minutes each), with the grid for the second race being a reverse of the previous race's finishing results.

Calendar & Results

The Formula R Festival calendar visits 4 circuits never raced before in Really Rubbish Racing. Round 1 kicks off the season at the Historic Brands Hatch circuit in the county of Kent in south-east England. The full-length Grand Prix circuit will be used, taking in the natural bowl of the Indy circuit before heading out for a minute-long blast through the trees. Round 2 crosses the North Sea and lands of the shores of the Netherlands, visiting Circuit Park Zandvoort, just west of the capital city Amsterdam. The circuit has been shortened since its inception in 1948, but is still the longest of the festival at over 2.5 miles. This will be the first time that Really Rubbish Racing has raced in Holland. Round 3 sees the powerful little single seaters thread their way through the narrow twisty streets of Pau, a town in the foothills of the French Pyrenees. The race will be slightly shorter in length, but it will seem just as long as the other rounds due to the extra concentration required. The Festival Finale whisks the circus up to Scandinavia. Amongst the forests and lakes of Sweden, to be exact. Anderstorp Raceway, sharing its main straight with the town's airport runway, is the venue for the final race. With long straights and fast, banked corners, this track will push the cars and drivers to the limit. Especially if the weather turns nasty.

Event Event Title Round Venue Circuit Race Distance Conditions SuperPole Position Winning Driver Winning Team Fastest Lap Date
1 Formula R Festival
of Brands Hatch
1 Brands Hatch
Kent, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Grand
Prix
25 Minutes Sunny England Barney Dove United Kingdom Jay Cooper United Kingdom Jayvoury Racing England Barney Dove Sunday 12th
January 2014
2 25 Minutes England Barney Dove United Kingdom Jayvoury Racing United Kingdom Jay Cooper
2 Formula R Festival
van Zandvoort
3 Circuit Park Zandvoort
Zandvoort, Netherlands The Netherlands
Full 25 Minutes Changable United Kingdom Ollie Knight England Liam Blair England BLAIR|one United Kingdom Ollie Knight Sunday 19th
January 2014
4 25 Minutes United Kingdom Adam Smith United Kingdom Black Cats United Kingdom Ollie Knight
3 Formula R Festival
du Pau
5 Circuit du Pau-Ville
Pau, France France
Full 25 Minutes Sunny United Kingdom Ollie Knight United Kingdom Ollie Knight Bedfordshire Team OK United Kingdom Ollie Knight Sunday 26th
January 2014
6 25 Minutes United Kingdom Adam Smith United Kingdom Black Cats United Kingdom Ollie Knight
4 Formula R Festival
av Anderstorp
7 Anderstorp Raceway
Anderstorp, Sweden Sweden
Full 25 Minutes Rain United Kingdom Ollie Knight United Kingdom Jay Cooper United Kingdom Jayvoury Racing United Kingdom Ollie Knight Sunday 2nd
February 2014
8 25 Minutes United Kingdom Ollie Knight Bedfordshire Team OK United Kingdom Ollie Knight

Championship Standings

Points

The top eight finishers in each race will score points.

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
Points 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

The Drivers Champion will be the driver with the most points at the end of the 8 races. If points totals are tied between 2 or more drivers, race result countback will determine the champion, followed by fastest total combined race time. The Teams Champion will be the team with the most points at the end of the 8 races. There will be no dropped scores.

Drivers Championship

Pos Driver Team United Kingdom
BRA
The Netherlands
ZAN
France
PAU
Sweden
AND
Total
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 United Kingdom Jay Cooper United Kingdom Jayvoury Racing 1 3 4 3 2 7 1 2 55
2 England Barney Dove United Kingdom Jayvoury Racing 2 1 5 6 3 3 3 3 49
3 United Kingdom Adam Smith United Kingdom Black Cats DSQ 2 2 1 8 1 6 DNF 40
4 United Kingdom Ollie Knight Bedfordshire Team OK 3 8 1 4 2 1 40
5 England Liam Blair England BLAIR|one 7 DNS 1 2 10 6 4 9 28
6 United Kingdom Pete Walker United Kingdom JemTech Racing 3 9 DNF 5 5 5 5 5 26
7 England Alex Odell United Kingdom Black Cats DNF 6 4 2 9 4 21
8 Wales Tom White Japan Kaibutsu Racing 6 4 9 4 6 12 11 8 17
9 Scotland Campbell Wallis Japan Kaibutsu Racing 5 DNF 7 9 11 11 7 7 10
10 United Kingdom James Price-Harper England BLAIR|one 4 8 8 DNF 7 DNF 10 DNF 9
11 United Kingdom Matt Davies Spain PSP Motorsports DNF 7 6 7 12 10 12 10 7
12 Kernow Dan Thorn Kernow Kernowsport DNF DNS 10 DNF 9 8 8 6 5
13 The Netherlands Tim Straub The Netherlands Frami Racing DNF 5 4
14 Nottinghamshire Dave Morley United Kingdom Monolith Motorsport 8 10 DNF DNF 13 11 1
15 Lancashire Tom Collantine United Kingdom Northern Monkey Racing 9 11 DNF DNS DNF DNF 0
16 Scotland Dave Christie Scotland Team Squeasel DNF DNF DNF 9 0
17 County Derry Niall O'Connell Spain PSP Motorsports 10 12 0
18 Yorkshire Ben Haddleton United Kingdom Northern Monkey Racing DNF DNF DNF DNF 0
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Purple Did not finish (DNF)
Red Disconnected (D/C)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Did not participate

Bold - Pole Position (Odd rounds only)
Italics - Fastest Lap
Blue - Rookie driver

Teams Championship

Pos Team No United Kingdom
BRA
The Netherlands
ZAN
France
PAU
Sweden
AND
Total
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 United Kingdom Jayvoury Racing 17 1 3 4 3 2 7 1 2 104
29 2 1 5 6 3 3 3 3
2 United Kingdom Black Cats 23 DNF 6 4 2 9 4 61
55 DSQ 2 2 1 8 1 6 DNF
3 Bedfordshire Team OK 21 3 8 1 4 2 1 40
4 England BLAIR|one 11 7 DNS 1 2 10 6 4 9 37
78 4 8 8 DNF 7 DNF 10 DNF
5 Japan Kaibutsu Racing 25 6 4 9 4 6 12 11 8 27
64 5 DNF 7 9 11 11 7 7
6 United Kingdom JemTech Racing 71 3 9 DNF 5 5 5 5 5 26
7 Spain PSP Motorsports 75 10 12 7
85 DNF 7 6 7 12 10 12 10
8 Kernow Kernowsport 802 DNF DNS 10 DNF 9 8 8 6 5
9 The Netherlands Frami Racing 93 DNF 5 4
10 United Kingdom Monolith Motorsport 149 8 10 DNF DNF 13 11 1
11 United Kingdom Northern Monkey Racing 5 9 11 DNF DNS DNF DNF 0
777 DNF DNF DNF DNF
12 Scotland Team Squeasel 10 DNF DNF DNS 10 0
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Purple Did not finish (DNF)
Red Disconnected (D/C)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Did not participate

Bold - Pole Position (Odd rounds only)
Italics - Fastest Lap

Season Records

Record Total Driver(s)
Most Wins 2 United Kingdom Adam Smith, United Kingdom Jay Cooper, United Kingdom Ollie Knight
1 England Barney Dove, England Liam Blair
Most Podiums 6 United Kingdom Jay Cooper, England Barney Dove
4 United Kingdom Adam Smith, United Kingdom Ollie Knight
2 England Liam Blair
1 United Kingdom Pete Walker, England Alex Odell
Most Pole Positions 3 United Kingdom Ollie Knight
1 England Barney Dove
Most Fastest Laps 6 United Kingdom Ollie Knight
1 England Barney Dove, United Kingdom Jay Cooper