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Fernandez is the most winning driver, Armstrong first for the number of podiums and, together with Colombo, for Pole Positions
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Wednesday, November 08, 2017


Bhaitech has the most number of wins, podiums and starts ahead of every other team

In the overall championship standings, he was ‘only’ in fourth position, however the Venezuelan driver Sebastian Fernandez (Bhaitech), with 5 victories during the season has demonstrated that when he has everything going his way, on a perfect day he is hard to beat. It also means that with his 5 podiums in total, when he was at the front, he always won. This result was followed by New Zealand’s Marcus Armstrong (Prema Power Team) and Dutch driver Job Van Uitert (Jenzer Motorsport), with 4 wins apiece however with the winner taking 13 podiums (4 second placings and 5 thirds) by the end of the championship, the second placed driver was on the podium 10 times with 5 second placings and a third. In fourth position for the number of wins the Italian Lorenzo Colombo and the Russian Artem Petrov with 2 each.

- Also taking the chequered flag first were the Guatemalan driver Ian Rodriguez (DRZ Benelli, at Vallelunga), the Italian Leonardo Lorandi (Bhaitech, Adria); in the case of this driver the victory was particularly noteworthy as he was a Rookie driver. On the podium throughout the season also was the Indian driver Kush Maini (Jenzer Motorsport), twice on the third step of the podium. A win and five podiums, but the Estonian Juri Vips did not compete in the minimum number of events (5) to collect points towards the championship.

- The most number of pole positions saw Armstrong and Colombo way ahead of the others with 6 front of the grid starts each, followed by Fernandez on 3, Van Uitert and Vips on 2, Petrov and Festante with 1 each.

- With regard to the teams, Bhaitech was ahead of all others collecting the most number of wins (8) and pole positions (9), meanwhile Prema Power Team drivers were on the podium more than anyone else: 18 times in total. Jenzer Motorsport had the most cars on the grid throughout the season, with an average of 5. BWT Muecke Motorpsort was the only team to field a driver in the Womans Trophy: Sophia Floersch at Misano, Adria and Vallelunga. DR Formula, among the top 4 teams, had 192 of their 255 points scored by their leading driver, Petrov. 














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