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2016 R4S GP1 League Season
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Marc Stwerka won his first GP1 Drivers' Championship.

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Martin Jatzek finished second in the Drivers' Championship.

The 2016 Season of the R4S GP1 League started with rFactor and in cooperation with Deutsche Liga Meisterschaft e.V. There were twentry races scheduled.

Marc Stwerka, driving for Repsol Swinegel Racing, became champion early after fifteen of twenty races. His team won the team's championship.

Drivers and Teams

Team No. Driver Tyres Rounds
Mexico OnWheelsTV TR Motorsports 2 Brazil Cristiano Bohessef Pirelli 4
4 Spain Xavi Ros Gomez 1
34 Macedonia Darko Jovanovski 1
35 Germany Mexico Michael Teichmann 4
Spain David Hernández 6–9, 13–15, 17–20
Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing 3 Germany Marc Stwerka Michelin All
82 Venezuela Cristian Alvarez 10–20
Mexico TR Motorsports Zwei 5 Australia Zac Jones Pirelli 2
Venezuela Unnameds Racing Developement II 7 Venezuela Jesús Chirinos Pirelli 1–3, 5–9, 11–20
24 Venezuela Carlos Garcia 2–3, 5–6, 8–9, 11–14
Peru Peru Racing by Team GM 9 Argentina Ricardo Mleziva Michelin[1] 1
14 Germany Constantin Grimminger Dunlop[1] 1–3, 5–12, 17–20
15 Germany Martin Jatzek 3, 5, 7–11, 13, 15–20
Austria Team GM 9 Argentina Ricardo Mleziva Michelin 3
15 Germany Martin Jatzek 1
Finland Bruse GP 13 Finland Joni Hämäläinen Michelin 1–10, 12–13
27 Finland Ekku Kemppi 1–10, 12, 18
Colombia Kartingroup Colombia 16 Colombia Felipe Calderon Michelin 12
Venezuela DarkShadow RT 17 Spain Josep Climent Gomez Michelin 3
18 Venezuela Julián Gines 3–4
Venezuela Shadow Wolf RT 18 Venezuela Julián Gines Michelin 1, 9
66 Colombia John Robert Tamayo 3
82 Venezuela Cristian Alvarez 1–9
Argentina Venezuela G.P. Latina Racing Team 20 Argentina Pedro Jose Moreno Michelin 1–3, 5–9
33 Venezuela Jesus Pina 1–4, 7–9, 11
Spain UK SF Corse 21 Spain Carlos Frau Michelin 2
22 UK Simon Crain 1–2
Venezuela F1 Online League Racing Team 25 Venezuela Leonardo Puentes Michelin 10
Germany Mysterio Racing 26 Germany Mike Bartsch Michelin 1–2
78 Germany Tobias Rosenberg 1, 5, 8
Australia Random Racing 31 Australia Matthew Wheeler Hankook 10
Argentina Argentina Racing Team 37 Argentina Francisco Vazquez Michelin 2–3, 10, 15
Venezuela Unnameds Racing Developement 47 Venezuela Julian Chirinos Pirelli 1–3
78 Venezuela Carlos Reina 3–4, 7, 9, 11–12, 14–15
Guest drivers Spain Javier Granados 15
Poland Piotr Adamczyk 17–18

Mid-season changes

  • Ricardo Mleziva and Martin Jatzek swapped places at Team GM right after Round 1.
  • Julián Gines switched from ShadowWolf RT to it's B-Team DarkShadow RT at round 3 and stayed there until round 9, where he was called back to the main team Shadow Wolf RT.
  • Cristian Alvarez started negotiating with Repsol Swinegel Racing after round 9, as they were searching a second driver since the season start. Alvarez opted to switch over from his team ShadowWolf RT, as Shadow Wolf RT has failed to find a second driver themselves. Therefore, Alvarez joined Repsol Swinegel Racing prior to the Monaco race. As Shadow Wolf RT was left without any driver, they shut down their GP1 operation.

Race calendar and results

R. Circuit Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team
1 Victoria Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Mike Bartsch Germany Mysterio Racing
2 Parana Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba, Curitiba Germany Mike Bartsch Germany Marc Stwerka Finland Joni Hämäläinen Finland Bruse GP
3 Argentina Potrero de los Funes Circuit, San Luis Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
4 California Sonoma Raceway, Sonoma Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
5 Florida Sebring International Raceway, Sebring Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
6 Mexico Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
7 Portugal Autódromo Fernanda Pires da Silva, Estoril Argentina Jesus Pina Germany Marc Stwerka Venezuela Carlos Reina Venezuela Unnameds Racing Developement
8 Catalonia Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona Argentina Jesus Pina Germany Tobias Rosenberg Argentina Jesus Pina Argentina Venezuela G.P. Latina Racing Team
9 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
10 Monaco Circuit de Monaco, Monaco Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Finland Ekku Kemppi Finland Bruse GP
11 UK Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone Venezuela Carlos Reina Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
12 Germany Hockenheimring, Hockenheim Finland Joni Hämäläinen Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
13 Hungary Hungaroring, Budapest Finland Joni Hämäläinen Spain David Hernández Germany Martin Jatzek Peru Peru Racing by Team GM
14 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot Germany Marc Stwerka Venezuela Carlos Reina Venezuela Carlos Reina Venezuela Unnameds Racing Developement
15 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza Germany Marc Stwerka Venezuela Cristian Alvarez Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
16 Valencia Valencia Street Circuit, Valencia Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
17 UAE Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi Venezuela Cristian Alvarez Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
18 Japan Suzuka International Racing Course, Suzuka Spain David Hernández Spain David Hernández Spain David Hernández Mexico OnWheelsTV TR Motorsports
19 NSW Mount Panorama Circuit, Bathurst Venezuela Jesús Chirinos Spain David Hernández Spain David Hernández Mexico OnWheelsTV TR Motorsports
20 Sao Paulo Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo Germany Constantin Grimminger Venezuela Cristian Alvarez Venezuela Cristian Alvarez Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing

Championship results

Drivers' Championship

2016 GP1 drivers

Teams' Championship

2016 GP1 teams














Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 ¹
Peru Racing by Team GM switched the tyre manufacturer from Michelin to Dunlop prior to the Monaco round.

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