2010 Season

◄ 2009 2011 ►

Teams & Drivers

Team No. Driver
ART 1 Jules Bianchi
2 Sam Bird
Addax 3 Giedo van der Garde
4 Sergio Perez
Super Nova 5 Josef Kral
Luca Filippi
6 Marcus Ericsson
Racing Engineering 7 Dani Clos
8 Christian Vietoris
Ho-Pin Tung
iSport 9 Oliver Turvey
10 Davide Valsecchi
DAMS 11 Jerome d’Ambrosio
Romain Grosjean
12 Ho-Pin Tung
Romain Grosjean
Rapax 14 Luiz Razia
15 Pastor Maldonado
Arden 16 Charles Pic
17 Rodolfo Gonzalez
Ocean Racing Technology 18 Max Chilton
19 Fabio Leimer
Coloni 20 Alberto Valerio
Alvaro Parente
James Jakes
21 Vladimir Arabadzhiev
Brendon Hartley
Trident 24 Johnny Cecotto Jr.
Edoardo Piscopo
Federico Leo
25 Adrian Zaugg
David Price Racing 26 Michael Herck
27 Giacomo Ricci
Fabrizio Crestani

2010 Driver Helmets
2010 Team Liveries

Driver changes

After round 4 in Europe, Super Nova replaced Kral with Filippi
After round 5 in the United Kingdom, DAMS replaced d’Ambrosio with Grosjean.
After round 6 in Germany, DAMS replaced Grosjean with d’Ambrosio.
After round 7 in Hungary, DAMS replaced Tung with Grosjean, Coloni replaced Valerio with Parente and David Price Racing replaced Ricci with Crestani.
After round 8 in Belgium, Coloni replaced Arabadzhiev with Hartley and Trident replaced Cecotto with Piscopo.
After round 9 in Italy, Racing Engineering replaced Vietoris with Tung, Coloni replaced Parente with Jakes and Trident replaced Piscopo with Leo.

Calendar

The 2010 season included 10 rounds supporting the F1 Grands Prix held at the same venue on the same weekend. All races were held in Europe apart from the last race of the season in Abu Dhabi.

Pre-season tests

Test Country Circuit Date Fastest driver Team
1 France Paul Ricard March 23rd Pastor Maldonado Rapax
March 24th Pastor Maldonado Rapax
March 25th Pastor Maldonado Rapax
2 Spain Catalunya April 7th Pastor Maldonado Rapax
April 8th Jerome d’Ambrosio DAMS
April 9th Christian Vietoris Racing Engineering

Races

Round Country Circuit Date Winner/Polesitter Team
1 Spain Catalunya May 7th Jules Bianchi ART
May 8th Charles Pic Arden
May 9th Fabio Leimer Ocean Racing Tech.
2 Monaco Monte Carlo May 13th Dani Clos Racing Engineering
May 14th Sergio Perez Addax
May 15th Jerome d’Ambrosio DAMS
3 Turkey Istanbul May 28th Davide Valsecchi iSport
May 29th Pastor Maldonado Rapax
May 30th Dani Clos Racing Engineering
4 Europe Valencia June 25th Sergio Perez Addax
June 26th Pastor Maldonado Rapax
June 27th Marcus Ericsson Super Nova
5 United Kingdom Silverstone July 9th Jules Bianchi ART
July 10th Pastor Maldonado Rapax
July 11th Sergio Perez Addax
6 Germany Hockenheimring July 23rd Charles Pic Arden
July 24th Pastor Maldonado Rapax
July 25th Sergio Perez Addax
7 Hungary Hungaroring July 30th Sam Bird ART
July 31st Pastor Maldonado Rapax
August 1st Giacomo Ricci David Price Racing
8 Belgium Spa-Francorchamps August 27th Jerome d’Ambrosio DAMS
August 28th Pastor Maldonado Rapax
August 29th Sergio Perez Addax
9 Italy Monza September 10th Jules Bianchi ART
September 11th Sam Bird ART
September 12th Christian Vietoris Racing Engineering
10 Abu Dhabi Yas Marina November 12th Oliver Turvey iSport
November 13th Sergio Perez Addax
November 14th Davide Valsecchi iSport

Post-season tests

Test Country Circuit Date Fastest driver Team
1 France Paul Ricard November 18th GP2/11 shakedown
2 Abu Dhabi Yas Marina November 23rd James Jakes Coloni
Novemebr 24th Fabio Leimer Rapax
3 November 27th Fabio Leimer Rapax
November 28th Michael Herck David Price Racing

Points

Position Feature Race points Sprint Race points
1 10 6
2 8 5
3 6 4
4 5 3
5 4 2
6 3 1
7 2 0
8 1 0
9+ 0 0
Pole position 2
Fastest lap 1 1

Tyres

Bridgestone supplied only one dry compound to the teams to be used throughout the race weekend.

ESP MON TUR EUR GBR GER HUN BEL ITA ABU
Dry Hard Super Soft Tyre 2005 Medium Tyre 2005 Soft Tyre 2005 Medium Tyre 2005 Medium Tyre 2005 Soft Tyre 2005 Medium Tyre 2005 Hard Medium Tyre 2005
Wet Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005 Wet Tyre 2005

Key:
HardHard          Medium Tyre 2005Medium    Soft Tyre 2005Soft            Super Soft Tyre 2005Super SoftWet Tyre 2015Wet

Standings

Drivers’ Standings

Pos Driver Country Points
1 Pastor Maldonado Venezuela 87
2 Sergio Perez Mexico 71
3 Jules Bianchi France 52
4 Dani Clos Spain 51
5 Sam Bird United Kingdom 48
6 Oliver Turvey United Kingdom 47
7 Giedo van der Garde Netherlands 39
8 Davide Valsecchi Italy 31
9 Christian Vietoris Germany 29
10 Charles Pic France 28
11 Luiz Razia Brazil 28
12 Jerome d’Ambrosio Belgium 21
13 Giacomo Ricci Italy 16
14 Romain Grosjean France 14
15 Alvaro Parente Portugal 13
16 Michael Herck Romania 12
17 Marcus Ericsson Sweden 11
18 Adrian Zaugg South Africa 9
19 Fabio Leimer Switzerland 8
20 Luca Filippi Italy 5
21 Rodolfo Gonzalez Venezuela 4
22 Alberto Valerio Brazil 4
23 Johnny Cecotto Jr. Venezuela 3
24 Josef Kral Czech Republic 3
25 Max Chilton United Kingdom 3
26 Edoardo Piscopo Italy 2
27 Brendon Hartley New Zealand 1
28 Ho-Pin Tung China 0
29 Vladimir Arabadzhiev Bulgaria 0
30 Fabrizio Crestani Italy 0
31 James Jakes United Kingdom 0
32 Federico Leo Italy 0

Teams’ Standings

Pos Team Country Points
1 Rapax Italy 115
2 Addax Spain 110
3 ART France 100
4 Racing Engineering Spain 80
5 iSport United Kingdom 78
6 DAMS France 35
7 Arden United Kingdom 32
8 David Price Racing United Kingdom 28
9 Super Nova United Kingdom 19
10 Coloni Italy 18
11 Trident Italy 14
12 Ocean Racing Technology Portugal 11
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