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2017-I R4S GP1 League Season
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Marc Stwerka won his second GP1 Drivers' Championship.

The 2017-I Season of the R4S GP1 League is scheduled to be the 3rd GP1 Season by Race4Speed and will start as rFactor series with 30 races on 10 weekends. The series will start in Australia on 19 February and end in Abu Dhabi on 02 July.

Marc Stwerka won the Drivers' Championship with two events to go and thus defended his Championship. His team, Repsol Swinegel Racing, will take part in the series as defending Constructors' Champions.

The Series will start using the P-02C/17 chassis by 3D artist haunetal1990 in this season.

Teams and Drivers

Team No. Driver Tyres Rounds
Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing 1 Germany Marc Stwerka Michelin 1–7
82 Venezuela Cristian Alvarez 1–8
Venezuela Unnamed's Race Team 7 Venezuela Jesús Chirinos Pirelli 1–2, 4–8
47 Venezuela Julián Chirinos 1–3
54 Venezuela Carlos Garcia
Italy McLollo Racing Technology 10 Italy Lorenzo De Ciutiis Dunlop 1–2
TBA TBA
Germany Ecodrom Prototype Racing 11 Germany Martin Jatzek Dunlop 1–4, 6
13 Germany Phillip Volland 7–8
14 Germany Constantin Grimminger 1–8
17 Argentina Francisco Vazquez 5
Germany Prototype Racing Academy 13 Germany Phillip Volland Dunlop 4, 6
17 Argentina Francisco Vazquez 6–8
Colombia Virtual Speed Racing Kartingroup 16 Colombia Luis Felipe Calderón Pirelli 1, 4
TBA TBA
Mexico TR Bluvos Motorsports 17 Argentina Francisco Vazquez Dunlop 2–4
Poland Team Berni 18 Poland Bernard Mróz Dunlop 3–8
TBA TBA
UK SlipStream Racing 22 UK Simon Crain Dunlop
23 UK Myles Dixon
Germany Mücke Motorsport 32 Ireland Matthew Hull Michelin 4
TBA TBA
Venezuela Chirinos Motorsport 47 Venezuela Julián Chirinos Pirelli 5
78 Venezuela Jhomkarlo Patiño
Venezuela Unnamed's Motorsport 54 Venezuela Carlos Garcia Pirelli 1–2
Brazil Gabriel Garravetta 4
95 Brazil Lucas Murno 1–7
96 Venezuela Jesus Marcano 5–8
Venezuela Unnamed's Academy 97 Venezuela Eduardo Meza Pirelli
98 Brazil Gabriel Garravetta
Germany Klebaa Racing Team TBA TBA Michelin
99 Germany Mike Grothaus 7–8
Guest drivers Argentina Ricardo Mleziva 7

Driver changes

Joining GP1

Changing teams

Leaving GP1

Mid-season changes

Team changes

Race calendar and results

A provisional ten-round calendar was announced on 26 December 2016 and confirmed as final race calender on 24 January 2017.

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team
1 R1 Australia Albert Park Circuit,
Melbourne
19 February Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R2 Germany Marc Stwerka Colombia Luis Felipe Calderon Colombia Virtual Speed Racing Kartingroup
R3 Brazil Lucas Murno Brazil Lucas Murno Venezuela Unnamed's Motorsport
2 R4 Argentina Circuito de Potrero
de los Funes, San Luis
5 March Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R5 Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R6 Germany Marc Stwerka Brazil Lucas Murno Venezuela Unnamed's Motorsport
3 R7 USA Sebring International
Raceway, Sebring
19 March Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R8 Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R9 Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
4 R10 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-
Catalunya, Barcelona
2 April Germany Marc Stwerka Brazil Lucas Murno Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R11 Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R12 Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
5 R13 Monaco Circuit de Monaco,
Monaco
23 April Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Brazil Lucas Murno Venezuela Unnamed's Motorsport
R14 Germany Marc Stwerka Brazil Lucas Murno Venezuela Unnamed's Motorsport
R15 Brazil Lucas Murno Poland Bernard Mróz Poland Team Berni
6 R16 Austria Red Bull Ring,
Spielberg
7 May Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Venezuela Cristian Alvarez Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R17 Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R18 Germany Marc Stwerka Venezuela Cristian Alvarez Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
7 R19 France Paul Ricard HTTT,
Le Castellet
21 May Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R20 Germany Marc Stwerka Brazil Lucas Murno Venezuela Unnamed's Motorsport
R21 Germany Marc Stwerka Germany Marc Stwerka Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
8 R22 Germany Hockenheimring,
Hockenheim
4 June Venezuela Jesus Marcano Germany Phillip Volland Venezuela Cristian Alvarez Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing
R23 Germany Constantin Grimminger Venezuela Jesus Marcano Venezuela Unnamed's Motorsport
R24 Venezuela Cristian Alvarez Germany Constantin Grimminger Germany Ecodrom Prototype Racing
9 R25 Japan Fuji Speedway,
Oyama
18 June
R26
R27
10 R28 UAE Yas Marina Circuit,
Abu Dhabi
2 July
R29
R30

Calendar changes

  • The Victoria GP in Melbourne is now known as the Australian Grand Prix.
  • The Florida GP in Sebring is now known as the American Grand Prix.
  • The Catalunya GP in Barcelona is now known as the Spanish Grand Prix.
  • Due to shortening the race calender the races in Curitiba, Sonoma, Mexico-City, Silverstone, Budapest, Stavelot, Monza, Valencia, Bathurst and Sao Paulo will not take part in the GP1 2017-I season.
  • The French Grand Prix will replace the race in Estoril, Portugal.
  • The Japanese Grand Prix will now take part at the Fuji Speedway instead of Suzuka.

Changes

General changes

  • The season length was shortened from covering a full calendar year to only half of a year.

Sporting regulations

  • The race length was changed from ~230km in distance to 15 minutes in time.
  • The formation lap was removed from the starting procedure. The races will now start directly after the time for driving into the grid expired.
  • After some curious situations during the qualifying procedure, the qualifying format was changed to one session, 10 minutes in length, where every driver can do as many laps as he wants.
  • There will be 30 races at all, 3 on 10 circuits, this season. The qualifying will form the starting grid for the first race. The second race will be started as a reverse grid refering to the race result of race 1. The third race will be started as a reverse grid refering to the drivers' championship standings after the second race of the same race weekend.
  • The Warm-Up-Session is shortened to 5 minutes in length.

Championship results

Drivers' Championship

Pos. Driver Australia
AUS
Argentina
ARG
USA
USA
Spain
ESP
Monaco
MON
Austria
AUT
France
FRA
Germany
GER
Japan
JAP
UAE
UAE
Points
1 Germany Marc Stwerka 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 4 2 1 6† 1 3 1 497
2 Brazil Lucas Murno 3 DNS 1 4 Ret 1 3 3 7† 2 2 6† 1 1 Ret 4 3 3 3 1 DNS 293
3 Germany Constantin Grimminger 8 7 8 Ret 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 2 Ret 7† 5 Ret 2 2 9† 5 8 3 2 1 271
4 Venezuela Cristian Alvarez 2 5 4 Ret 5† 5 Ret 7† 6 4 8† 7† 3 DNS 2 1 Ret 1 2 2 2 1 Ret 6 268
5 Venezuela Jesús Chirinos 5 8 7 2 2 6 5 5 3 6 5 3 4 8 8† 4 Ret 3 8† 6 2 211
6 Poland Bernard Mróz Ret 5 5 6 4 4 7† 3 1 7 6 7 5 4 7 5 4 5 178
7 Venezuela Jesus Marcano 4 2 7 Ret 4 5 6 6 5 2 1 3 146
8 Germany Phillip Volland 8 6 5 3 5 4 8† Ret 6 4 3 4 112
9 Argentina Francisco Vazquez Ret Ret Ret 4 6† Ret 9† 9† Ret 5 6 6 6 7 9† 7 Ret Ret 6 5 7† 96
10 Germany Martin Jatzek 6 3 3 Ret 4 Ret 6 Ret 2 Ret 7 DNS Ret Ret Ret 82
11 Venezuela Julián Chirinos 7 4 6 WD WD WD 5 4 4 8† WD WD 64
12 Venezuela Carlos Garcia 4 6 5 3 DNS 4 57
13 Colombia Luis Felipe Calderon Ret 1 Ret 10† Ret DNS 26
13 Germany Mike Grothaus Ret 7† 4 7 Ret Ret 24
14 Ireland Matthew Hull 7† WD WD 6
15 Italy Lorenzo De Ciutiis Ret WD WD DNS Ret WD 0
16 Brazil Gabriel Garravetta DNS DNS Ret 0
17 Argentina Ricardo Mleziva DNS WD WD 0
Pos. Driver Australia
AUS
Argentina
ARG
USA
USA
Spain
ESP
Monaco
MON
Austria
AUT
France
FRA
Germany
GER
Japan
JAP
UAE
UAE
Points

Bold – Pole (Race 1 only)
Italics – Fastest Lap

Notes:

  • † — Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 90% of the race distance.


Teams' Championship

Pos. Driver No. Australia
AUS
Argentina
ARG
USA
USA
Spain
ESP
Monaco
MON
Austria
AUT
France
FRA
Germany
GER
Japan
JAP
UAE
UAE
Points
1 Spain Repsol Swinegel Racing 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 4 2 1 6† 1 3 1 765
82 2 5 4 Ret 5† 5 Ret 7† 6 4 8† 7† 3 DNS 2 1 Ret 1 2 2 2 1 Ret 6
2 Venezuela Unnamed's Motorsport 54 4 6 5 3 DNS 4 3 1 DNS 496
95 3 DNS 1 4 Ret 1 3 3 7† 2 2 6† 1 1 Ret 4 3 3
96 4 2 7 Ret 4 5 6 6 5 2 1 3
3 Germany Ecodrom Prototype Racing 11 6 3 3 Ret 4 Ret 6 Ret 2 Ret 7 DNS Ret Ret Ret 434
13 8† Ret 6 4 3 4
14 8 7 8 Ret 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 2 Ret 7† 5 Ret 2 2 9† 5 8 3 2 1
17 5 6 6
4 Venezuela Unnamed's Race Team 7 7 4 6 2 2 6 5 5 3 6 5 3 4 8 8† 4 Ret 3 8† 6 2 275
47 5 8 7 WD WD WD 5 4 4
5 Poland Team Berni 18 Ret 5 5 6 4 4 7† 3 1 7 6 7 5 4 7 5 4 5 178
6 Germany Prototype Racing Academy 13 8 6 5 3 5 4 105
17 6 7 9† 7 Ret Ret 6 5 7†
7 Colombia Virtual Speed Racing Kartingroup 16 Ret 1 Ret 10† Ret DNS 26
8 Mexico TR Bluvos Motorsports 17 Ret Ret Ret 4 6† Ret 9† 9† Ret 24
9 Germany Klebaa Racing Team 99 Ret 7† 4 7 Ret Ret 24
10 Germany Mücke Motorsport 32 7† WD WD 6
11 Venezuela Chirinos Motorsport 47 8† WD WD 4
78
12 Italy McLollo Racing Technology 10 Ret WD WD DNS Ret WD 0
Pos. Driver No. Australia
AUS
Argentina
ARG
USA
USA
Spain
ESP
Monaco
MON
Austria
AUT
France
FRA
Germany
GER
Japan
JAP
UAE
UAE
Points

Bold – Pole (Race 1 only)
Italics – Fastest Lap

Notes:

  • † — Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 90% of the race distance.


Tyres manufacturer Championship

Pos. Manufacturer Points
1 Pirelli Pirelli 801
2 Michelin Michelin 795
3 Dunlop Dunlop 741

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