Realish Prototype International Challenge

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Automobilista logo.png Realish Prototype International Challenge
Formula R2000 Festival series logo
Date 28th January - 1st April
Category Prototype
Region Worldwide
Races 8
Drivers
Teams
Drivers' Champion
Teams' Champion
Newcomers Champion
Achievement Badges
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<< Formula R2000 Festival ----- Season 25 >>

The Realish Prototype International Challenge is the twenty-fourth season of official Realish Racing competition. The season will run from January to April 2018.

Format

The eight rounds will each feature six sessions:
Practice 1 - running throughout the week of the race beginning on the Monday evening.
Practice 2 - 45 minutes, beginning at 19:00 GMT (Rounds 1-4) or 19:00 BST (Rounds 5-8).
Qualifying - 20 minutes, all cars on track, beginning at 19:45 GMT (Rounds 1-4) or 19:45 BST (Rounds 5-8).
Warmup - 5 minutes, all cars on track, beginning at 20:05 GMT (Rounds 1-4) or 20:05 BST (Rounds 5-8).
Race - 60 minutes in length, beginning at 20:10 GMT (Rounds 1-4) or 20:10 BST (Rounds 5-8).

Car Specifications

All drivers will compete in the MetalMoro AJR prototype, choosing one of four different engines with different power outputs and weights:

  • 5.7L Chevrolet/Cadillac LS3 V8, Nissan VK56DE V8 (NA, 524BHP, 940kg)
  • 4.0L Judd GV4 V10, Audi FSI V10 (NA, 520BHP, 930kg)
  • 2.0L Honda K20 I4t, Mazda MZ-2.0T I4t, Lexus RI4AG I4t (Turbo, 502HP, 900kg)
  • 3.2L RPE Powertec V8, Nissan VK45DE V8, Gibson GK428 V8, Cadillac LS3 V8 (NA, 484HP, 890kg)

Car Specifications

Brazil Metalmoro AJR
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Drivetrain RWD
Power 484-524 BHP
Weight 890-940 kg

Entry List

Team Engine No. Driver Rounds Entered
United Kingdom Smile Power Racing United Kingdom 3.2L RPE Powertec V8 1 United Kingdom Mike Bell 1-4
14 Greece Lazaros Filippakos 1-2, 4
United Kingdom Argosport Japan 2.0L Honda K20 I4 Turbo 00 Scotland Sam Hill 3
Japan Cosmo Seiki Japan Japan 5.7L Nissan VK56DE V8 2 Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson (1, 3)* 4
17 United Kingdom Jay Cooper
United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports United Kingdom 4.2L Gibson GK428 V8 3 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin 1-4
314 Sweden April Carlsvard 1-4
Germany aureus motorsport United Kingdom 4.2L Gibson GK428 V8 10 Germany Björn Golda 2-4
23 England Alex Odell 1-4
Scotland Sgioba Alba United States of America 3.2L Cadillac LS3 V8 13 Scotland Neil Heatlie 1-2, 4
27 United Kingdom David Carter 1-4
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United Kingdom 4.0L Judd GV4 V10 31 Australia Matthew Wheeler 1-4
86 United Kingdom Craig Woollard 1-4
Japan Kaibutsu Racing United Kingdom 4.0L Judd GV4 V10 35 Scotland Allie Ferrie 2-4
64 Scotland Campbell Wallis 1-4
Tropico Tropico Motorsports Germany 4.0L Audi FSI V10 36 United Kingdom Mark Singleton 1-2, 4
91 United Kingdom James Lambert 1-3
Canada Howler Racing United States of America 5.7L Chevrolet LS3 V8 43 Canada Rob Covey 1-4
85 United Kingdom Matt Davies 1, 4
Antarctica Team Penguin United Kingdom 3.2L RPE Powertec V8 101 United Kingdom William Walker 1-4
166 United Kingdom Chris Williamson 1-4
  • Cosmo Seiki Japan changed engines after round 3, originally running a 3.2L Nissan V8.

Blue - Newcomer driver

Howler Racing #43 Robert Covey
Howler Racing #85 Matt Davies
Aureus Motorsport Gibson
#1 Mike Bell
#14 Lazaros Filippakos
#3 Kyran Parkin
#314 April Carlsvard
Team Penguin
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Calendar & Results

The series will cover ten rounds, each featuring a single race:

Round Race Venue Circuit Conditions Race Length Pole Position Winning Driver Winning Team Fastest Lap Date
RPiC Race of Brazil 1 Taruma
Viamão, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Brazil
Full Clear Day Endurance 69 Laps United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Mike Bell United Kingdom Smile Power Racing United Kingdom Kyran Parkin Sunday 28th
January 2018
RPiC Race of America East 2 Virginia International Raceway
Alton, Virginia, USA United States of America
Full Clear Day Endurance 39 Laps United Kingdom Mark Singleton United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports United Kingdom Kyran Parkin Sunday 4th
February 2018
RPiC Race of Italy 3 Imola
Imola, Emilia-Romagna, Italy Italy
Grand Prix Clear Day Endurance 39 Laps United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports United Kingdom Kyran Parkin Sunday 11th
February 2018
RPiC Race of Germany 4 Nurburgring
Nurburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Germany
Grand Prix Clear Day Endurance 34 Laps United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports United Kingdom Kyran Parkin Sunday 18th
February 2018
RPiC Race of Japan 5 Suzuka
Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan Japan
Grand Prix Clear Day Endurance TBA Laps To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 11th
March 2018
RPiC Race of Australia 6 Albert Park
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Australia
Grand Prix Clear Day Endurance TBA Laps To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 18th
March 2018
RPic Race of Canada 7 Montreal
Montreal, Quebec, Canada Canada
Grand Prix Clear Day Endurance TBA Laps To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 25th
March 2018
RPiC Race of America West 8 Road America
Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, USA United States of America
Full Clear Day Endurance TBA Laps To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 1st
April 2018

Championship Standings

Points

The top twelve finishers in each race will score points.

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Points 20 15 12 10 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

All drivers are eligible to score points in the Drivers Championship. The Drivers Champion will be the driver with the most points at the end of the season. If points totals are tied between 2 or more drivers, race result countback will determine the champion, followed by fastest total combined race time. To be classified, drivers need to complete 75% of the race distance. The newcomer driver finishing highest in the Drivers Championship will win the Newcomers Trophy.

The team with the highest combined points total from all of their drivers will win the Teams Championship.

Drivers Championship

Pos Driver Team Brazil
TAR
United States of America
VIR
Italy
IMO
Germany
NUR
Japan
SUZ
Australia
MEL
Canada
MON
United States of America
ROA
Total
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports 2 1 1 1 75
2 United Kingdom Mike Bell United Kingdom Smile Power Racing 1 2 4 2 60
3 United Kingdom David Carter Scotland Sgioba Alba 3 3 2 4 49
4 Sweden April Carlsvard United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports 9 4 5 3 34
5 Germany Björn Golda Germany aureus motorsport 9 3 7 22
6 Greece Lazaros Filippakos United Kingdom Smile Power Racing 10 6 5 18
7 United Kingdom Mark Singleton Tropico Tropico Motorsports 4 13 6 17
8 England Alex Odell Germany aureus motorsport 6 5 D/C 11 17
9 United Kingdom Chris Williamson Antarctica Team Penguin 7 10 8 10 17
10 Scotland Allie Ferrie Japan Kaibutsu Racing 8 7 8 16
11 Scotland Neil Heatlie Scotland Sgioba Alba 5 DNF 9 12
12 Scotland Campbell Wallis Japan Kaibutsu Racing 11 D/C 6 12 10
13 United Kingdom James Lambert Tropico Tropico Motorsports DNF 7 DNF 6
14 Scotland Sam Hill United Kingdom Argosport 9 4
15 Canada Rob Covey Canada Howler Racing DNF 15 10 15 3
16 United Kingdom Craig Woollard France Eiffel Power Motorsports 14 11 D/C 14 2
17 Australia Matthew Wheeler France Eiffel Power Motorsports 13 12 DNF 13 1
18 United Kingdom William Walker Antarctica Team Penguin 12 14 DNF 16 1
19 United Kingdom Matt Davies Canada Howler Racing DNF 17 0
20 Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson Japan Cosmo Seiki Japan 8* DNF DNF 0*
  • Cosmo Seiki Japan switched engines after round 3: all points prior to this have been nullified per Realish Racing regulations.

Teams Championship

Pos Team No. Brazil
TAR
United States of America
VIR
Italy
IMO
Germany
NUR
Japan
SUZ
Australia
MEL
Canada
MON
United States of America
ROA
Total
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports 3 2 1 1 1 109
314 9 4 5 3
2 United Kingdom Smile Power Racing 1 1 2 4 2 78
14 10 6 5
3 Scotland Sgioba Alba 13 5 DNF 9 61
27 3 3 2 4
4 Germany aureus motorsport 10 9 3 7 39
23 6 5 D/C 11
5 Japan Kaibutsu Racing 35 8 7 8 26
64 11 D/C 6 12
6 Tropico Tropico Motorsports 36 4 13 6 23
91 DNF 7 DNF
7 Antarctica Team Penguin 101 12 14 DNF 16 18
166 7 10 8 10
8 United Kingdom Argosport 00 9 4
9 Canada Howler Racing 43 DNF 15 10 15 3
85 DNF 17
10 France Eiffel Power Motorsports 31 13 12 DNF 13 3
86 14 11 D/C 14
11 Japan Cosmo Seiki Japan 2 8* DNF DNF 0*
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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

  • Cosmo Seiki Japan switched engines after round 3: all points prior to this have been nullified per Realish Racing regulations.

Season Records

Record Total Driver(s)
Most Wins 3 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin
1 United Kingdom Mike Bell
Most Podiums 4 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin
3 United Kingdom Mike Bell, United Kingdom David Carter
1 Germany Björn Golda, Sweden April Carlsvard
Most Pole Positions 3 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin
1 United Kingdom Mark Singleton
Most Fastest Laps 4 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin