2009 Superleague season

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2009 Superleague season
Consiglio Zandvoort 09.png
Competition Superleague
Title Sponsor N/A
Platform Used RFactor.png rFactor v1.255
Rounds 18
Mod base CTDP F1 06
Carshape base GP2
Engine Supplier(s) Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault,
Toyota, Honda, Cosworth
Tyre Supplier(s) Bridgestone
Drivers 46
Teams 16
Drivers' Champion Malta Joe Consiglio
Teams' Champion Italy Nordsjoen Racing
Superleague Seasons
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GPVWC series in 2009
Career Ladder

Superleague

Other series

Masters Series

The 2009 Superleague season was the 10th GPVWC Superleague competition. 2009 was an important year in the league's history, it marked the beginning of online competiton in the GPVWC. The highly acclaimed rFactor simulator was chosen as the platform for the all new "connected era".

In a successful and exciting year, Joe Consiglio and Nordsjoen Racing secured the drivers and constructors championships respectively. The season saw six different winners, Joe Consiglio, Adam Rouse, Janne Tanskanen, Luis Fernando Laaff, Dave Carr-Smith and Lee Morris all stood on the top step of the podium over the course of the 18 round competition.

Consiglio took six wins on his way to championship glory in 2009. His closest rival Janne Tanskanen picked up three victories but retirements and non starts put pay to any chance of the Finn taking the crown. With Consiglio securing the drivers championship at the pen-ultimate round in Zandvoort, it was the ever consistent Mark Wicks who finished the season 2nd in the drivers standings, despite not taking any wins in 2009. FSR sensation Lee Morris entered the fray late in the season and duly won all five races he attended.

Nordsjoen Racing wrapped up the constructors championship as early as the Spanish Grand Prix in Valencia. Consiglio and team-mate Rouse proved to be a formidable partnership and gave Nordsjoen their 2nd constructors title in as many years.

Pre-season

Testing

Pre-season testing gave the league and it's drivers a chance to become better acquainted with rFactor and online competition in general. Many drivers, including eventual champion Joe Consiglio had barely turned a wheel on the game before attending the first scheduled test in Norway. At the league’s historical first online meeting, Adam Rouse and newcomer Janne Tanskanen emerged as the early pace setters.

As winter testing progressed Dave Carr-Smith wrote his name on the list of potential contenders by posting a very quick laptime at the second test in Zolder. At Sebring a week later Consiglio headed the timesheets and proved he was now fully up to speed with the new platform. Consiglio also posted the quickest time at the final pre-season test in Donington Park.

Indeed with the highly rated Maltese driver teamed up with the determined Adam Rouse, Nordsjoen Racing were pre-season favourites to take the constructors championship in 2009. The Woods Racing duo of Carr-Smith and Mark Wicks looked like they would be Nordsjoen’s closest rivals. However the Cosworth powered Evans Blue cars were also being marked as potential challengers.

Report

The 2009 Superleague season. After a nine year wait, online racing finally arrives in the GPVWC.
Adam Rouse won the first race of the season in Australia after leader Janne Tanskanen suffered a dramatic engine failure on the very last lap. The Finn was still classified 2nd with Dave Carr-Smith rounding out the podium in 3rd. After suffering a massive first lap crash in Melbourne, Joe Consiglio took victory at the Chinese Grand Prix. In the race Tanskanen seemed to have everything under control up front, until an incident with Roberto Luis Conde ended his day before mid-distance. Later in the race Rouse blew his engine trying to chase the leader Consiglio down. Mark Wicks finished 2nd ahead of Mark Stanton who came home 3rd for Evans Blue.

Tanskanen finally took his first win of the season at Suzuka. The Nordsjoen drivers Consiglio and Rouse finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. Both drivers received drive-thru penalties early on and had to fight their way through the field as a result. A round later Consiglio took a lights to flag victory at the French Grand Prix in Charade. Veteran Kieran Ryan was an excellent 2nd with Chris Allen scoring his maiden podium in 3rd. Rouse once again bore the brunt of Nordsjoen's unreliable Honda engine and with Tanskanen also retiring Consiglio found himself leading the championship after four rounds.

Tanskanen dominated the 2009 Irish Grand Prix and took his 2nd win of the year. Adam Rouse resisted late pressure from Phil Perkins to finish the race in 2nd. After being punted off by Michelangelo Manrique at mid distance, the recovering Consiglio fell foul of yet another Honda engine blowup. A round later the Maltese driver was back on form in Monaco. On the tight and twisty streets Consiglio took pole position and a dominant win to re-establish his lead in the championship. Rouse made it a Nordsjoen 1-2 with Wicks taking a well earned 3rd. Tanskanen wound up in an unusually distant 4th.

Dave Carr-Smith took his first ever victory at Silverstone after an epic race long battle with Joe Consiglio. The Woods Racing driver resisted huge pressure for lap after lap and crossed the line less than four tenths ahead of the charging championship leader. Tanskanen failed to finish after an unfortunate incident with Leontin Nemet. Mark Wicks capped a great day for Woods Racing by holding off Jyri Lylykorpi for 3rd. The Czech Grand Prix saw Consiglio take his 4th win of season, comfortably ahead of Tanskanen in 2nd. After starting at the back of the grid Rouse did a stellar job to bring his Nordsjoen to the finish in 3rd. Ryan McConkey put up the fastest lap of the race but had to settle for 4th after a stop-go penalty for speeding in the pits.

Dave Carr-Smith and Joe Consiglio fight for the win at Silverstone.
Legendary GPVWC driver Luis Fernando Laaff returned to the league for a one off appearance at Bahrain. Laaff was drafted in to replace the absent Rouse at Nordsjoen and duly took a superb victory in his first outing in the car. Tanskanen didn’t start the race and Consiglio failed to finish after the now infamous pit entry accident with Wayne Mullins. A week later Janne Tanskanen returned to his winning ways in South Africa. With Consiglio and Rouse not attending the Finnish driver was untroubled on his way to victory number three of the season. Perkins and Wicks finished the race 2nd and 3rd respectively.

After a long summer break the paddock re-gathered in Montreal for the Canadian Grand Prix. In a tense race Consiglio resisted late pressure from Tanskanen and took his 5th victory of the season. Carr-Smith was 3rd ahead of his team-mate Wicks in 4th. Mexico was next on the calendar and once again Consiglio was in unstoppable form. In an event that saw Janne Tanskanen failing to show up, Consiglio took pole, fastest lap and a comfortable victory over team-mate Rouse. Perkins continued his strong run of form with another podium.

Adam Rouse returned to the top step of the podium in Brazil. The Englishman tracked team-mate Consiglio all race and fully capitalised when the Maltese driver got disconnected from the server. Mark Wicks crossed the finish line in 2nd with debutant James Linton bringing his Fusion home in a superb 3rd. By the Italian Grand Prix the form book was turned completely upside down. FSR driver Lee Morris announced he would be competing for CSG Racing in the remaining races. Morris quickly demonstrated his ability by scoring a dominant win in Monza. Meanwhile championship hopefuls Tanskanen and Consiglio fought tooth and nail for the runner-up spot, in the end the Finn just managed to hold the Nordsjoen at bay.

At the next race in Valencia, Morris again lined up on pole ahead of Tanskanen and Consiglio. The podium consisted of the same drivers in the same order but Tanskanen had given Morris a real run for his money up front. With the Nordsjoen drivers coming home in 3rd and 4th, the Constructors Championship was thereby decided in favour of the Italian team. At Spa Consiglio was only two tenths slower than Morris in qualifying and many were wondering if the Maltese driver would be able to challenge Morris for the win. However Consiglio was disconnected early on and never got a chance to show his true pace in the race. With Morris storming to another victory, Tanskanen kept his championship hopes alive with another 2nd. Nick Rowland scored his first career podium with 3rd.

The pen-ultimate round of the championship was held at Zandvoort. The big pre-race news was that Tanskanen would be unable to compete due to exam committments. Consiglio had been handed a massive opportunity and he knew that a 3rd place finish was all that was required to take the championship. In the race Morris was once again in strong form and took another easy lights to flag victory for CSG Racing. However it was Joe Consiglio who followed him home to take the 2009 World Drivers Championship. A 7 year dream had finally come true.

At the final round in Singapore the fans were treated to a fantastic battle for the win between Morris and the newly crowned champion. With the pressure off Consiglio was free to express himself on the floodlit streets and after a race long battle pulled off a spectacular pass on the CSG driver to take the lead in the latter stages of the grand prix. A late spin denied Consiglio of a fairy tale ending but none-the-less he had proven he was capable of going toe to toe with the new FSR sensation. Adam Rouse finished 3rd and Mark Wicks was 4th. In finishing 4th Wicks ensured 2nd in the drivers standings, just heading out Tanskanen and Rouse by a single point.

Teams and drivers

Team Base Constructor Chassis Engine Tyre No. Race Drivers Rounds Test/Reserve Driver(s)
Italy Nordsjoen Racing Wales Cardiff, Wales Nordsjoen Racing NR002 Honda B 0 England Adam Rouse 1-6, 8, 11-18 Germany Luis Fernando Laaff
Germany Luis Fernando Laaff 9
2 Malta Joe Consiglio 1-9, 11-18
England Woods Racing England Croydon, England Woods Racing WR09a Renault B 3 England Mark Wicks All Finland Juha Tanskanen
Romania Dan Rusu
4 England Dave Carr-Smith 1, 6-9, 11-12
Finland Juha Tanskanen 2-3
Romania Dan Rusu 13-14, 17-18
Northern Ireland Synergetic Motorsports Northern Ireland Belfast, Northern Ireland Synergetic Motorsports SM-09 Cosworth B 5 Northern Ireland Mal McKee 1-2, 4-7, 14-18 England Liam Hatchell
Wales Martin Wright
United States Ryan McConkey 3, 8-12
6 Ireland Philip Cullen 1-11
Wales Martin Wright 13
England Liam Hatchell 16
United States Ryan McConkey 17
Spain Platform Michelangelo Spain Granada, Spain Platform Michelangelo PM-01 Ferrari B 7 Netherlands Jero Jansen 2-3
Ireland Kieran Ryan 6-18
8 England Neil Peters 2
Spain Michelangelo Manrique 3-11
Netherlands Daniel Bolman 14, 16-17
England Convex XRX England Sheffield, England Convex XRX XRX1 Mercedes B 9 England Neil Peters 3
Germany Maximum Racing Germany Duisburg, Germany Maximum Racing MAX001 Mercedes B 9 England Steve Bridge 6-8
England Michael Pitman 9
England Lee Iden 11-13, 15-16, 18
10 Australia Richard Bayes 6
England Kieran Spencer 7-8
Wales Mike Phillis 11-12
Germany Anthony Meier 13-14
Wales Gavin Thomas 15-18
Finland Evans Blue Racing Finland Hanko, Finland Evans Blue Racing EBR09 Cosworth B 11 Finland Janne Tanskanen 1-8, 10-11, 14-16
12 England Mark Stanton 1-2
Finland Jyri Lylykorpi 3, 5, 7, 10
Ireland Martin O'Connor 11, 13-14
Italy Gear F1 Italy Italy Gear F1 GF1-2009 Ferrari B 14 Argentina Ciro Di Rosa 1-2
Romania Leontin Nemet 4-5
Wales Wayne Mullins 6-15, 17-18
15 England Michael Pitman 1-5
Romania Leontin Nemet 6-8
Wales Gavin Thomas 9-14
Germany Christoph Lichtenstein 15-18
Spain Daniel Ortega Racing Spain Gijon, Spain Daniel Ortega Racing DOR09 Toyota B 16 Spain Daniel Ortega 1-2, 9
Ireland Kieran Ryan 3-5
Romania Leontin Nemet 12-13, 15, 17-18
17 Greece Nikos Evangeldakis 1-7, 9-14
Malta Jason Muscat 15-18
England Allen GP England Alton, England Allen GP AGP-009 Mercedes B 18 England Chris Allen 1-11, 13-18
19 Italy William Ponissi 1-7, 9-10
England Chris Kinsman 8, 11-14, 16-18
Argentina Conde Racing Competicion Argentina Argentina Conde Racing Competicion CRC09 Honda B 20 Argentina Roberto Walter Conde 1-2, 4-6, 8-10
21 Argentina Roberto Luis Conde 1-2, 4-5, 7-8
England CSG Racing England England CSG Racing CSG-01 Honda B 20 England Lee Morris 14-18
21 England Nick Rowland 14-18
Canada R4 Engineering Canada Montreal, Canada R4 Engineering R409 Renault B 22 England Mark Stanton 3
England Constant Racing England St Helens, England Constant Racing CR-SL09 Renault B 22 England Mark Stanton 4-7, 9-10, 13, 17-18
Australia Richard Bayes 11-12, 14
23 United States Ryan McConkey 4-6
Australia Richard Bayes 7, 9-10
Italy William Ponissi 11-18
England Phoenix Racing England Wakefield, England Phoenix Racing PHX01 Toyota B 24 England Mark Fuller 1-8
25 England Phil Perkins 3-8
England Fusion Motorsport England England Fusion Motorsport FM09 Toyota B 24 England Mark Fuller 9-12, 14-16, 18
England James Linton 13
25 England Phil Perkins 9-10, 12-15

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Other Entrants

The following constructors also launched entries at the start of the 2009 Superleague season, but never competed beyond pre-season testing:

  • New Zealand Team Edge Radio
  •   Team Mach4

New entries

A Phoenix and D.O.R collide in China.

With the GPVWC in a rebuilding year many new teams took the opportunity to enter the 2009 Superleague season.

Evans Blue Racing were by far the most sucessful new outfit. The Finnish team took three wins and several podiums on their way to third place in the constructors championship.

New entries Phoenix Racing, Allen GP and Daniel Ortega Racing all scored podiums in 2009 and established themselves as regular point scorers.

Gear F1 and Conde Racing Competicion also found themselves amongst the points in their debut year.

Unfortunately R4 Engineering and Convex XRX only attended one race in 2009 and quickly fell by the way side.

Despite the relative success of these new teams, their existance was destined to last only one year in the GPVWC.

Team changes

Driver changes

  • It was all change for reigning constructors’ champions Nordsjoen Racing in 2009. Scott Whiteman retired at the end of 2008 and Adam Rouse was quickly signed as his replacement. The returning Joe Consiglio was originally signed as test driver but after showing some impressive pre-season pace, team manager William Ponissi promoted the Maltese veteran to drive the #2 car before the season start. Now without a drive Ponissi opted to compete for the new Allen GP team. Mid-season Luis Fernando Laaff was signed as Nordsjoen’s test driver. The German replaced the absent Adam Rouse at Bahrain, winning in his first and only appearance of 2009.
  • Allen GP started the season with Chris Allen and William Ponissi. Test driver Chris Kinsman substituted for Allen at the Czech GP. Before Canada Ponissi was dropped from the team in favour of Kinsman. The situation forced Ponissi to look elsewhere for a race seat, eventually the Italian settled at Constant for the remainder of the season.

2009 Calendar

Round Race Title Grand Prix Circuit Conditions Mod Date Time
Track time GMT
1 Australian Grand Prix Australian GP Australia Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 25th March  ??? 19:00
2 Chinese Grand Prix Chinese GP China Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 1st April  ??? 19:00
3 Japanese Grand Prix Japanese GP Japan Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Mie Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 8th April  ??? 19:00
4 French Grand Prix French GP France Circuit de Charade, Clermont-Ferrand Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 15th April  ??? 19:00
5 Irish Grand Prix Irish GP Ireland Mondello Park, Kildare Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 29th April  ??? 19:00
6 Monaco Grand Prix Monaco GP Monaco Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 13th May  ??? 19:00
7 British Grand Prix British GP United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 3rd June  ??? 19:00
8 Czech Grand Prix Czech GP Czech Republic Autodrom Most, Most Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 10th June  ??? 19:00
9 Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain GP Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 24th June  ??? 19:00
10 South African Grand Prix South African GP South Africa Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, Gauteng Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 1st July  ??? 19:00
11 Canadian Grand Prix Canadian GP Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 15th July  ??? 19:00
12 Mexican Grand Prix Mexican GP Mexico Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 22nd July  ??? 19:00
13 Brazilian Grand Prix Brazilian GP Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 29th July  ??? 19:00
14 Italian Grand Prix Italian GP Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 9th September  ??? 19:00
15 Spanish Grand Prix Spanish GP Spain Valencia Street Circuit, Valencia Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 2nd September  ??? 19:00
16 Belgian Grand Prix Belgian GP Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 23rd September  ??? 19:00
17 Dutch Grand Prix Dutch GP Netherlands Circuit Park Zandvoort, Zandvoort Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 30th September  ??? 19:00
18 Singapore Grand Prix Singapore GP Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore Sunny.png Sunny RFactor.png rFactor v1255 21st October  ??? 19:00

Calendar changes

Results and standings

Grands Prix

Rd. Grands Prix Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning constructor Report
1 Australia Australian Grand Prix Finland Janne Tanskanen Finland Janne Tanskanen
(1:28.221)
England Adam Rouse Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
2 China Chinese Grand Prix Finland Janne Tanskanen England Adam Rouse
(1:38.365)
Malta Joe Consiglio Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
3 Japan Japanese Grand Prix Malta Joe Consiglio Finland Janne Tanskanen
(1:34.503)
Finland Janne Tanskanen Finland Evans Blue Racing-Cosworth Report
4 France French Grand Prix Malta Joe Consiglio England Adam Rouse
(1:26.419)
Malta Joe Consiglio Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
5 Ireland Irish Grand Prix Finland Janne Tanskanen Malta Joe Consiglio
(1:15.253)
Finland Janne Tanskanen Finland Evans Blue Racing-Cosworth Report
6 Monaco Monaco Grand Prix Malta Joe Consiglio England Adam Rouse
(1:15.769)
Malta Joe Consiglio Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
7 United Kingdom British Grand Prix England Dave Carr-Smith Malta Joe Consiglio
(1:21.705)
England Dave Carr-Smith England Woods Racing-Renault Report
8 Czech Republic Czech Grand Prix Malta Joe Consiglio United States Ryan McConkey
(1:12.408)
Malta Joe Consiglio Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
9 Bahrain Bahrain Grand Prix Germany Luis Fernando Laaff Germany Luis Fernando Laaff
(1:32.897)
Germany Luis Fernando Laaff Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
10 South Africa South African Grand Prix Finland Janne Tanskanen United States Ryan McConkey
(1:16.280)
Finland Janne Tanskanen Finland Evans Blue Racing-Cosworth Report
11 Canada Canadian Grand Prix Malta Joe Consiglio England Adam Rouse
(1:17.228)
Malta Joe Consiglio Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
12 Mexico Mexican Grand Prix Malta Joe Consiglio Malta Joe Consiglio
(1:11.031)
Malta Joe Consiglio Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
13 Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix Malta Joe Consiglio England Phil Perkins
(1:12.138)
England Adam Rouse Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda Report
14 Italy Italian Grand Prix England Lee Morris England Lee Morris
(1:23.126)
England Lee Morris England CSG Racing-Honda Report
15 Spain Spanish Grand Prix England Lee Morris England Lee Morris
(1:39.314)
England Lee Morris England CSG Racing-Honda Report
16 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix England Lee Morris England Lee Morris
(1:46.364)
England Lee Morris England CSG Racing-Honda Report
17 Netherlands Dutch Grand Prix England Lee Morris England Lee Morris
(1:14.372)
England Lee Morris England CSG Racing-Honda Report
18 Singapore Singapore Grand Prix England Lee Morris England Lee Morris
(1:34.610)
England Lee Morris England CSG Racing-Honda Report

Scoring system

Points are awarded to the top 10 classified finishers.

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

Drivers standings

Pos Driver AUS
Australia
CHN
China
JPN
Japan
FRA
France
IRL
Ireland
MON
Monaco
UK
United Kingdom
CZE
Czech Republic
BAH
Bahrain
SA
South Africa
CAN
Canada
MEX
Mexico
BRA
Brazil
ITA
Italy
SPA
Spain
BEL
Belgium
NED
Netherlands
SIN
Singapore
Points
1 Malta Joe Consiglio Ret 1 2 1 Ret 1 2 1 Ret - 1 1 Ret 3 3 Ret 2 2 104
2 England Mark Wicks Ret 2 4 6 6 3 3 6 3 3 4 4 2 4 5 9 3 4 84
3 Finland Janne Tanskanen 2† Ret 1 Ret 1 4 Ret 2 - 1 2 - - 2 2 2 83
4 England Adam Rouse 1 8 3 8 2 2 - 3 - - 5 2 1 Ret 4 4 4 3 83
5 England Lee Morris 1 1 1 1 1 50
6 England Phil Perkins 6 Ret 3 5 5 Ret 7 2 - 3 6 Ret Ret 36
7 England Chris Allen Ret Ret Ret 3 4 Ret 7 5 Ret 4 7 - DSQ Ret 8 6 Ret 6 31
8 England Dave Carr-Smith 3 Ret 1 Ret 2 3 DSQ 30
9 Ireland Kieran Ryan Ret 2 10 7 9 8 5 Ret Ret 5 Ret 7 6 Ret 6 Ret 27
10 England Mark Stanton Ret 3 7 7 Ret 9 Ret - 4 Ret - - Ret - - - Ret 5 19
11 United States Ryan McConkey Ret Ret 8 6 - 4 Ret 5 Ret 7 - - - - 8 16
12 England Nick Rowland 6 Ret 3 5 Ret 13
13 England Mark Fuller 4 Ret Ret 5 7 10 Ret 7 Ret Ret 9 Ret - 10 9 Ret - Ret 13
14 Greece Nikos Evangelidakis 5 4 8 Ret Ret Ret Ret - 8 Ret Ret Ret 7 Ret 13
15 Finland Jyri Lylykorpi 5 - Ret - 4 - - 6 12
16 Germany Luis Fernando Laaff 1 10
17 Ireland Philip Cullen Ret Ret Ret 4 5 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 9
18 Italy William Ponissi Ret 5 9 Ret 9 Ret Ret - Ret 8 Ret 8 8 8 10 8 10 9 9
19 Australia Richard Bayes Ret 8 - 6 7 Ret 6 - Ret 9
20 Wales Wayne Mullins Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 6 Ret Ret 9 7 - 7 7 9
21 England James Linton 3 6
22 England Lee Iden Ret Ret 4 - Ret Ret - Ret 5
23 England Chris Kinsman 9 - - 8 Ret Ret 5 - Ret Ret DSQ 5
24 Wales Martin Wright 5 4
25 England Liam Hatchell 5 4
26 England Michael Pitman Ret 6 Ret 10 Ret - - - DSQ 3
27 England Steve Bridge Ret 6 Ret 3
28 Malta Jason Muscat Ret 7 9 8 3
29 Argentina Roberto Luis Conde Ret 7 - Ret Ret - 11 Ret 2
30 Argentina Roberto Walter Conde Ret Ret - Ret Ret 8 - 10 Ret 9 1
31 Spain Michelangelo Manrique Ret Ret 11 Ret Ret DSQ 9 Ret Ret 0
32 Northern Ireland Mal McKee Ret Ret - Ret Ret Ret Ret - - - - - - Ret Ret Ret 13 10 0
33 Wales Gavin Thomas Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret DNS Ret DNS 11 Ret 0
34 Romania Dan Rusu Ret Ret - - Ret 11 0
35 Netherlands Daniel Bolman Ret - Ret 12 0
36 Romania Leontin Nemet Ret Ret Ret Ret DSQ - - - Ret Ret - Ret - Ret Ret 0
37 Ireland Martin O'Connor Ret - Ret Ret 0
38 Spain Daniel Ortega Ret Ret - - - - - - Ret 0
39 Argentina Ciro Di Rosa Ret Ret 0
40 England Neil Peters Ret Ret 0
41 Netherlands Jero Jansen Ret DNS 0
42 Finland Juha Tanskanen Ret Ret 0
43 England Kieran Spencer DNS Ret 0
44 Wales Mike Phillis DNS Ret 0
45 Germany Anthony Meier Ret Ret 0
46 Germany Christoph Lichtenstein Ret Ret Ret Ret 0
Pos Driver AUS
Australia
CHN
China
JPN
Japan
FRA
France
IRL
Ireland
MON
Monaco
UK
United Kingdom
CZE
Czech Republic
BAH
Bahrain
SA
South Africa
CAN
Canada
MEX
Mexico
BRA
Brazil
ITA
Italy
SPA
Spain
BEL
Belgium
NED
Netherlands
SIN
Singapore
Points
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light blue Practiced only (PO)
Blank Did not participate (-)
Excluded (EX)
Withdrew entry before the event (WD)

Bold - Pole
Italics - Fastest lap

Drivers did not finish the Grand Prix, but were classified as they completed over 90% of the race distance.

Constructors standings

Pos Constructor Car
No.
AUS
Australia
CHN
China
JPN
Japan
FRA
France
IRL
Ireland
MON
Monaco
UK
United Kingdom
CZE
Czech Republic
BAH
Bahrain
SA
South Africa
CAN
Canada
MEX
Mexico
BRA
Brazil
ITA
Italy
SPA
Spain
BEL
Belgium
NED
Netherlands
SIN
Singapore
Points
1 Italy Nordsjoen Racing-Honda 0 1 8 3 8 2 2 - 3 1 - 5 2 1 Ret 4 4 4 3 199
2 Ret 1 2 1 Ret 1 2 1 Ret - 1 1 Ret 3 3 Ret 2 2
2 England Woods Racing-Renault 3 Ret 2 4 6 6 3 3 6 3 3 4 4 2 4 5 9 3 4 114
4 3 Ret Ret - - Ret 1 Ret 2 - 3 DSQ Ret Ret - - Ret 11
3 Finland Evans Blue Racing-Cosworth 11 2 Ret 1 Ret 1 4 Ret 2 - 1 2 - - 2 2 2 - - 101
12 Ret 3 5 - Ret - 4 - - 6 Ret - Ret Ret - - - -
4 England CSG Racing-Honda 20 1 1 1 1 1 63
21 6 Ret 3 5 Ret
5 England Allen GP-Mercedes 18 Ret Ret Ret 3 4 Ret 7 5 Ret 4 7 - DSQ Ret 8 6 Ret 6 41
19 Ret 5 9 Ret 9 Ret Ret 9 Ret 8 8 Ret Ret 5 - Ret Ret DSQ
6 England Phoenix Racing-Toyota 24 4 Ret Ret 5 7 10 Ret 7 30
25 - - 6 Ret 3 5 5 Ret
7 Northern Ireland Synergetic Motorsports-Cosworth 5 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 4 Ret 5 Ret 7 - Ret Ret Ret 13 10 29
6 Ret Ret Ret 4 5 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret - 5 - - 5 - -
8 England Constant Racing-Renault 22 7 Ret 9 Ret - 4 Ret Ret 6 Ret Ret - - Ret 5 28
23 Ret 8 6 8 - 6 7 Ret 8 8 8 10 8 10 9
9 England Fusion Motorsport-Toyota 24 Ret Ret 9 Ret 3 10 9 Ret - Ret 25
25 7 2 - 3 6 Ret Ret - - -
10 Spain Daniel Ortega Racing-Toyota 16 Ret Ret Ret 2 10 - - - Ret - - Ret Ret - Ret - Ret Ret 24
17 5 4 8 Ret Ret Ret Ret - 8 Ret Ret Ret 7 Ret Ret 7 9 8
11 Spain Platform Michelangelo-Ferrari 7 - Ret DNS - - 7 9 8 5 Ret Ret 5 Ret 7 6 Ret 6 Ret 19
8 - Ret Ret Ret 11 Ret Ret DSQ 9 Ret Ret - - Ret - Ret 12 -
12 Italy Gear F1-Ferrari 14 Ret Ret - Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 6 Ret Ret 9 7 - 7 7 12
15 Ret 6 Ret 10 Ret Ret Ret DSQ Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret Ret Ret
13 Germany Maximum Racing-Mercedes 9 Ret 6 Ret DSQ - Ret Ret 4 - Ret Ret - Ret 8
10 Ret DNS Ret - - DNS Ret Ret Ret Ret DNS 11 Ret
14 Argentina Conde Racing Competicion-Honda 20 Ret Ret - Ret Ret 8 - 10 Ret 9 3
21 Ret 7 - Ret Ret - 11 Ret - -
15 Canada R4 Engineering-Renault 22 7 2
16 England Convex XRX-Mercedes 9 Ret 0
Pos Constructor Car
No.
AUS
Australia
CHN
China
JPN
Japan
FRA
France
IRL
Ireland
MON
Monaco
UK
United Kingdom
CZE
Czech Republic
BAH
Bahrain
SA
South Africa
CAN
Canada
MEX
Mexico
BRA
Brazil
ITA
Italy
SPA
Spain
BEL
Belgium
NED
Netherlands
SIN
Singapore
Points
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light blue Practiced only (PO)
Blank Did not participate (-)
Excluded (EX)
Withdrew entry before the event (WD)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

Cars did not finish the Grand Prix, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.

Preceded by:
2008 Superleague season
2009 Superleague season
2009
Succeeded by:
2010 Superleague season