Formula R10 Championship

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Stock Car Extreme logo.png Season 26
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Date 7th October - 2nd December 2018
Category Single Seater
Region World Tour
Races 16 (across eight rounds)
Drivers TBC
Teams TBC
Drivers' Champion To Be Confirmed TBC
Teams' Champion To Be Confirmed TBC
Newcomers Trophy To Be Confirmed TBC
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<< Stock X Reloaded ----- Season 27 >>

The Formula R10 Championship is the twenty-sixth season of official Realish Racing competition. The season will run from October to December 2018.

The series will be run using Reiza Studios' Automobilista and will feature early-2000s Formula 1 machinery. The season serves as a spiritual sequel to the Formula R2000 Festival, except for the longer season length and faster machinery.

Stock X Reloaded Drivers' Champion Mark Singleton is set to return to defend his current title. As there was no teams' championship contested in the previous season, Unified Petroleum Autosports are the reigning Teams' Champions from the Realish Prototype International Challenge.

Format

The eight rounds will each feature five sessions:

  • Practice 1 - running throughout the week of the race beginning on the Monday evening.
  • Practice 2 - 30 minutes, beginning at 19:00 GMT.
  • Qualifying - 10 minutes, with the fastest flying laps determing the grid for Race 1, and the second-fastest flying laps determing the grid for Race 2.
  • Race 1 - About 30 minutes in length with lapped distance and a standing start, beginning at approximately 20:00 GMT.
  • Race 2 - About 30 minutes in length with lapped distance and a standing start, beginning at approximately 20:40 GMT.

Car Specifications

All drivers will compete in the Formula V10 car. These high-powered brutes require a very specific driving style to get used to, with plenty of torque and aerodynamic grip.

Brazil Formula V10
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Engine 3.0L V10
Power 817bhp
Weight 600kg
Tyre Japan Bridgestone Potenza

Teams can choose from the following engine brands (though this will not affect car performance):

  • Asiatech
  • BMW
  • Ferrari / Acer / Petronas
  • Ford / Cosworth / European
  • Honda
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Renault
  • Toyota

The Formula V10 comes with traction control, as well as on-board adjustable brake bias and anti-roll bars.

Entry List

Drivers competing in their first season of Realish Racing competition will additionally compete for the Newcomers' Trophy, and can choose to drive for the Realish Racing New Driver Programme team for their first full season (if they wish to do so, instead of creating their own team or joining an existing one).

Team Engine No. Driver Rounds Entered
United Kingdom Bad Pun Racing Japan Honda RA003E 1 United Kingdom Mark Singleton 1-2
71 United Kingdom William Fry 1-2
United Kingdom Argosport Japan Asiatech AT02 00 Scotland Sam Hill
13 Scotland Neil Heatlie 1
Japan Cosmo Seiki Japan Taiwan Acer 01A 2 Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson 1-2
166 United Kingdom Chris Williamson 1-2
United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports Germany Mercedes FO110P 3 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin 1-2
14 Greece Lazaros Filippakos 1-2
Mexico Valor Racing Team Italy Ferrari 052 6 Mexico Manuel de Samaniego
26 North Carolina Joe Nathan
Italy Scuderia Uccello United Kingdom Cosworth CR-3 7 United Kingdom Sam Hirani
Sweden Fury Racing Japan Honda RA003E 8 United States of America Annita Kelly
314 Sweden April Carlsvard 1-2
Germany aureus motorsport Japan Toyota RVX-03 10 Germany Björn Golda 1-2
23 England Alex Odell
Japan Kaibutsu Racing Japan Honda RA003E 35 Scotland Allie Ferrie 1-2
64 Scotland Campbell Wallis 1-2
Canada Howler Racing Japan Toyota RVX-03 43 Canada Rob Covey
85 Europe Matt Davies 1-2
RlyR Realish Racing NDP France Renault RS23 59 United States of America Evan Adams 1-2
Austria ByCraig Racing Germany BMW P83 74 Flag of poland.png Artur Borowski 1-2
86 United Kingdom Craig Woollard 1-2
Tropico Tropico Motorsports Germany BMW P83 91 United Kingdom James Lambert 1-2
Spotters' Guide

Blue - Newcomer driver

Driver Changes

Calendar & Results

Round Race Venue Circuit Time of Day Conditions Race Length Pole Position Winning Driver Winning Team Fastest Lap Date
1 Formula R10
Brazilian Grand Prix
1 Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
Interlagos, São Paulo, Brazil Brazil
Grand Prix Day Clear Day Equal Split 26 laps United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom Unified Petroleum Autosports United Kingdom Kyran Parkin Sunday 7th
October 2018
2 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin Scotland Allie Ferrie Japan Kaibutsu Racing United Kingdom Kyran Parkin
2 Formula R10
Italian Grand Prix
3 Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Imola, Bologna, Italy Italy
2001 GP Day Clear Day Equal Split TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 14th
October 2018
4 To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC
3 Formula R10
Monaco Grand Prix
5 Monte Carlo
Monte Carlo, Monaco Monaco
Grand Prix Day Clear Day Equal Split TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 21st
October 2018
6 To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC
4 Formula R10
Canadian Grand Prix
7 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Île Notre Dame, Montreal, Canada Canada
Grand Prix Day Clear Day Equal Split TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 28th
October 2018
8 To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC
5 Formula R10
French Grand Prix
9 Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours
Magny-Cours, Nevers, France France
Grand Prix Day Clear Day Equal Split TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 11th
November 2018
10 To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC
6 Formula R10
British Grand Prix
11 Brands Hatch
Brands Hatch, Kent, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Grand Prix Day Clear Day Equal Split TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 18th
November 2018
12 To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC
7 Formula R10
German Grand Prix
13 Hockenheimring
Hockenheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany Germany
2001 GP Day Clear Day Equal Split TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 25th
November 2018
14 To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC
8 Formula R10
Australian Grand Prix
15 Adelaide Street Circuit
Adelaide, Australia Australia
1988 GP Day Clear Day Equal Split TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC Sunday 2nd
December 2018
16 To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC To Be Confirmed TBC

Championship Standings

Points

The top twelve finishers in each race will score points.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
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 two or more drivers, race result countback will determine the champion, followed by fastest total combined race time. Drivers must complete more than 70% of the race distance to classify for points. The season will not incorporate dropped scores. 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 Constructors Championship.

Drivers Championship

Pos Driver Constructor Brazil
BRA
Italy
ITA
Monaco
MON
Canada
CAN
France
FRA
United Kingdom
GBR
Germany
GER
Australia
AUS
Total
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin United Kingdom UPA-Mercedes 1 4 30
2 United Kingdom Mark Singleton United Kingdom Bad Pun-Honda 2 3 27
3 Scotland Allie Ferrie Japan Kaibutsu-Honda 10 1 23
4 Germany Björn Golda Germany Aureus-Toyota 3 5 20
5 Sweden April Carlsvard Sweden Fury-Honda 9 2 19
6 Scotland Campbell Wallis Japan Kaibutsu-Honda 4 7 16
7 United Kingdom James Lambert Tropico Tropico-BMW 6 8 12
8 Flag of poland.png Artur Borowski Austria ByCraig-BMW 5 11 10
9 United Kingdom Craig Woollard Austria ByCraig-BMW 11 6 9
10 United Kingdom William Fry United Kingdom Bad Pun-Honda 7 9 10
11 United Kingdom Chris Williamson Japan Cosmo-Acer 8 10 8
12 Europe Matt Davies Canada Howler-Toyota 12 13 1
13 Greece Lazaros Filippakos United Kingdom UPA-Mercedes DNF 12 1
14 Tyne and Wear Joshua Anderson Japan Cosmo-Acer 13 DNF 0
15 United States of America Evan Adams RlyR NDP-Renault 14 DNF 0
16 Scotland Neil Heatlie United Kingdom Argosport-Asiatech 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
Italics - Fastest Lap
 - Did not finish but was classified as 70% race distance was completed.

Constructors Championship

Pos Constructor No. Brazil
BRA
Italy
ITA
Monaco
MON
Canada
CAN
France
FRA
United Kingdom
GBR
Germany
GER
Australia
AUS
Total
Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Japan Kaibutsu-Honda 35 10 1 39
64 4 7
2 United Kingdom Bad Pun-Honda 1 2 3 37
71 7 9
3 United Kingdom UPA-Mercedes 3 1 4 31
14 DNF 12
4 Germany Aureus-Toyota 10 3 5 20
23
5 Sweden Fury-Honda 8 19
314 9 2
6 Austria ByCraig-BMW 74 5 11 19
86 11 6
7 Tropico Tropico-BMW 91 6 8 12
8 Japan Cosmo-Acer 2 13 DNF 8
166 8 10
9 Canada Howler-Toyota 43 1
86 12 13
10 RlyR NDP-Renault 59 14 DNF 0
11 United Kingdom Argosport-Asiatech 00 0
13 D/C
12 Mexico Valor-Ferrari 6 0
26
13 Italy Uccello-Cosworth 7 0

Season Records

Record Total Driver(s)
Most Wins ' '
Most Podiums '
Most Pole Positions
Most Fastest Laps