• Jordan Cane
    Jordan Cane
    Car No.86
Jordan Cane
Car No.86

    Country: U.K
    Date of birth: 
    Place of residence: Sussex

    Recent career history:
    2017: 7th Overall in ADAC Formula 4 with 3 podiums
    2016: 8th in the BRDC F3 Championship with 3 victories and 5 podiums.

    2015: Karting
    2014: Karting

    For more information about Jordan, please visit his Website.

    • Arthur Rougier
      Arthur Rougier
      Car No.87
    Arthur Rougier
    Car No.87

      Country: France
      Date of birth: 
      Place of residence: Le Mans

      Recent career history:
      2017:  French F4 Champion with 5 victories and 12 podiums.
      2016: 10th in the French Formula 4 Championship with 1 victory and 2 podiums.

      2015: Karting


      • Raúl Guzmán
        Raúl Guzmán
        Car No.85
      Raúl Guzmán
      Car No.85

        Country: Mexico
        Date of birth: TBC

        Place of residence: Guadalajara

        Recent career history:
        2017: 17th Overall in the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup championship with R-ace GP
        2016: 3rd in the Italian Formula 4 Championship with 2 wins and 7 podiums.
        2015: Italian Formula 4 Championship.

        • Vladimir Tziortzis
          Vladimir Tziortzis
          Car No.84
        Vladimir Tziortzis
        Car No.84

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          Country: Russia
          Date of birth: 
          Place of residence: Nicosia

          Recent career history:
          2017: 12th in the SMP F4 Championship

          2016: Kartings.

          For more information about Vladimir, please visit his Website.

          Part of the world Series by Renault package, the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 Championship allows drivers to shine on the world stage as they get to grips with new tracks and improve their race craft in front of huge crowds. This year see’s the Eurocup Championship race at the admired Monaco circuit for the first time.  Large grids for 2016 make the competition evermore fierce, and those who win in Europe are sure to be noticed.

          Event Calendar

          14th - 15th AprilPaul RicardFrance
          21st - 22nd AprilMonzaItaly
          19th - 20th MaySilverstoneUK
          26th - 27th MayMonacoMonaco
          21st - 22nd JulyRed Bull RingAustria
          27th - 28th JulySpa FrancorchampsBelgium
          1st -2nd SeptemberHungaroringHungary
          14th-15th SeptemberNurburgringGermany
          22nd - 23rd SeptemberHockenheimGermany
          20th - 21st OctoberCatalunyaSpain

          Driver Standings

          1Ye YifeiJosef Kaufmann Racing88
          2Christian LundgaardMP Motorsport78
          3Logan SargeantR-ace GP77
          4Max FewtrellR-ace GP69
          5Lorenzo ColomboJD Motorsport61
          6Victor MartinsR-ace GP46
          7Charles MilesiR-ace GP39
          8Oscar PiastriArden30
          9Aleksandr SmolyarTech 1 Racing22
          10Thomas MaxwellJD Motorsport20

          Team Standings

          1R-ace GP200
          2 MP Motorsport101
          3Josef Kaufmann Racing96
          4JD Motorsport81
          5Tech 1 Racing43

          Series Info

          The Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup Series is part of the World Series by Renault. It is seen as the natural step up from the Formula Renault 2.0 UK series to which it is similar in terms of car specifications. As the name suggests, teams compete across Europe, supporting the majority of Formula Renault 3.5 races with the exception of Monza and Monaco.  

          The Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 takes place over seven race weekends, all of which are part of the World Series by Renault programme. With 36 cars taking their places on the grid, traffic on the track can often be dense, which is why the field is split into two groups during qualifying. With fierce competition on the grid, drivers compete over two qualifying sessions and two races on the world stage to over a hundred thousand spectators per race weekend with races shown live on various television channels across the globe. 

          Launched in 1971, Formula Renault has become an important stepping stone for young drivers to break in to the Motorsport industry. Over the years, a succession of drivers have graced the category on their climb to Formula One with names such as Alain Prost, Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa. 

          Fortec in series 

          Fortec, after joining the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 championship in 2008, have quickly developed claiming third in the championship for three consecutive years from 2011 to 2013. In 2012, Racing Steps Foundation backed driver, Oliver Rowland, took third in the championship following Will Stevens’ finish in fourth the previous year. 2013 saw Jake Dennis, another Steps Foundation driver, finish the championship in fourth. 

          Tech Specs


          Type: Honeycomb and carbon fibre monocoque
          Bodywork: Carbon-fibre
          Aerodynamic features: Front and rear wings, diffuser


          Layout: Self-supporting engine and gearbox
          Type: Renault F4R 832 – 4 cylinder – 16 valve – 1,998cc – 1998 cm
          Bore x Stroke: 82.7 x 93mm
          Fuel injection/ignition: Built-in management system
          Max power: 210bhp at 7,150rpm Max torque: 220Nm 5,500rpm Max engine speed:7,500rpm


          Type: Rear-wheel drive
          Gearbox: Sequential, 7–speed + reverse
          Gearshift: Electric semi-automatic steering wheel mounted
          Differential: Limited slip, auto-locking differential with clutch discs and ramp pressure plates
          Clutch: Cerametallic twin-disk

          Axles and suspension systems

          Suspension: Front: single adjustable twin-tube shock absorber
          Rear: double adjustable twin-tube shock absorber
          Brakes: 278 x 18mm floating discs and 4–piston callipers


          Wheel rims: One-piece aluminium wheel rims, 9 x 13 (front) and 10.5 x 13 (rear)
          Tyres: Michelin tyres, 20–54 x 13 (front) and 24–57 x 13 (rear)

          Dimensions, weight and capacities

          Length: 4,391 mm Front and rear track: 1502 – 1440 mm Fuel tank: 50 litres
          Kerb weight: 505 kg