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    The Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup is a seven-round cross-channel event, which visits some of Europe’s most revered racetracks. Taking place over seven weekends, the Championship visits top circuits such as the Hockenheimring, the Nurburgring, and the illustrious Spa– Francorchamps and boasts grids of over 20 cars. In 2012 saw Fortec’s first season competing in the NEC, which they won. Since then repeating the domination, winning with Matt Parry and Ben Barnicoat.

    Event Calendar

    2016 NEC Event Calendar

    Date Circuit Country
    23rd-24th April Monza Italy
    14th-15th May Silverstone UK
    18th-19th June Hungaroring, Hungary
    29th-30th July Spa-Francorchamps Belgium
    6th-7th August Assen Holland
    18th-19th September Nurburgring Germany
    1st-2nd Ocotber Hockenheim Germany

    Driver Standings

    2016 NEC Driver Standings

    No. Name Team Points
    1  Lando Norris  Josef Kaufman Racing  326
    2  Max Defourny  R-ace GP  285
    3  Dorian Boccalacci  Tech 1 Racing  226
    4  Jehan Daruvala  Josef Kaufman Racing  223
    5  Sacha Fenestraz  Tech 1 Racing  207
    6  Robert Shwartzman  Josef Kaufman Racing  206
    7  James Allen  JD Motorsport  177
    8  Alex Gill  Mark Burdett Motorsport  176
    9  Hugo De Sadeleer  Tech 1 Racing  162
    10  Bartlomiej Mirecki  BM Racing  137

    Team Standings

    2016 NEC Team Standings

    Team Points
    Josef Kaufmann Racing  398
    R-ace – GP  313
    Tech 1 Racing  294
    Fortec Motorsports  228
    JD Motorsport  194
    Mark Burdett Motorsport  181

    Series Info

    The Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup

    The Northern European Cup was established in 2005 and over the 10 years of running, the Northern European Championship has become one of the major stepping stones to reach the ultimate goal in motorsports: Formula 1

    The calendar consists of seven weekends, all with free practice, qualifying and two or three races. 

    All races (except for Assen) will be broadcast live on the series’ own YouTube channel, , and on with both English and German commentary. Three-minute highlights are added after the races.

    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