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The 2010 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup season was the 18th Porsche Supercup season. It began on 13 March in Bahrain, and finished on 12 September at Monza, after ten races. Once again, the series was on the support package of the Formula One World Championship at all European rounds except Turkey. The series was won by German René Rast, who won four out of first five races. Briton Nick Tandy was a runner-up with three wins.

Teams and drivers Edit

Team No. Drivers Rounds
Konrad Motorsport 1 Nick Tandy[1] All
2 Siso Cunill[2] 1–2, 4
Raffi Bader[3] 6, 8
Fabrizio del Monte[3] 9
21 Patrick Huisman[4] All
Lechner Racing 3 Alessandro Zampedri[5] All
4 Štefan Rosina[5] All
30 Salman Al Khalifa[4] 1
Schnabl Engineering Parker Racing 5 Niall Breen[6] 1
Martin Ragginger[7] 6
Brian Wong[3] 8–9
6 Tim Bridgman[8] All
24 Thomas Messer[9] 2–9
36 Francesco Castellacci[10] 4
37 Jörg Hardt[7] 6
SANITEC GILTRAP Racing[11] 7 William Langhorne[12] All
8 Matt Halliday[12] 1–8
Francesco Castellacci[13] 9
22 Christian Engelhart[12] 1–4, 6, 8–9
Francesco Castellacci[14] 5
VERVA Racing Team 9 Robert Lukas[4] All
10 Kuba Giermaziak[4] All
Bleekemolen Harders Plaza Racing[15] 11 Sebastiaan Bleekemolen[16] All
12 Robert van den Berg[15] All
23 Jaap van Lagen[17] 2–9
Veltins MRS Racing 14 Jan Seyffarth[11] All
15 Norbert Siedler[11] All
Al Faisal Lechner Racing 16 René Rast[4] All
17 Jeroen Bleekemolen[4] 1–4, 7, 9
Damien Faulkner[18] 5
Nicolas Armindo[19] 6, 8
31 Abdulaziz Al Faisal[4] 1–3
Nicolas Armindo[4] 9
Team Abu Dhabi by Tolimit[20] 18 Sascha Maassen[20] All
19 Sean Edwards[20] All
20 Khaled Al Qubaisi[20] All
GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East 32 Fahad Algosaibi[4] 1
33 Bandar Alesayi[4] 1
Antonelli Motorsport 34 Angelo Proietti[3] 3
Christian Passuti[3] 8–9
35 Christian Passuti[3] 3
Davide Roda[3] 8–9
39 Angelo Proietti[3] 9
Petricorse Motorsport 36 Vito Postiglione[3] 9
37 Lorenzo Bontempelli[3] 9
Konrad Motorsport Austria 38 Peter Scharmach[3] 8
Ebimotors 40 Alessandro Balzan[3] 9
41 Alex Frassineti[3] 9
Porsche AG 90 Michael Meadows[3] 5
Mathias Lauda[21] 6
Csaba Walter[22] 7
Nico Verdonck[3] 8
Jono Lester[3] 9
91 Euan Hankey[3] 5

Race calendar and results Edit

  • The calendar was announced on 4 December 2009.
Round Circuit Country Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 R1 Bahrain International Circuit Bahrain 13 March René Rast Norbert Siedler René Rast Al Faisal Lechner Racing
R2 14 March René Rast René Rast René Rast Al Faisal Lechner Racing
2 Circuit de Catalunya Spain 9 May Jeroen Bleekemolen Sean Edwards Norbert Siedler Veltins MRS Racing
3 Circuit de Monaco Monaco 16 May René Rast Nick Tandy René Rast Al Faisal Lechner Racing
4 Valencia Street Circuit Spain 27 June René Rast René Rast René Rast Al Faisal Lechner Racing
5 Silverstone Circuit United Kingdom 11 July Nick Tandy Nick Tandy Nick Tandy Konrad Motorsport
6 Hockenheimring Germany 25 July Nicolas Armindo Jaap van Lagen Nicolas Armindo Al Faisal Lechner Racing
7 Hungaroring Hungary 1 August Nick Tandy Nick Tandy Nick Tandy Konrad Motorsport
8 Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Belgium 29 August Sean Edwards Sean Edwards Sean Edwards Team Abu Dhabi by Tolimit
9 Autodromo Nazionale Monza Italy 12 September Nick Tandy Angelo Proietti Nick Tandy Konrad Motorsport

Championship standings Edit

Pos Driver BHR
CAT
MON
VAL
SIL
HOC
HUN
SPA
MZA
Points
1 René Rast 1 1 Ret 1 1 2 Ret 3 3 4 152
2 Nick Tandy 4 3 5 2 8 1 Ret  1 6 1 146
3 Norbert Siedler 23 5 1 12 2 4 6 Ret 16 3 98
4 Jaap van Lagen 4 3 4 6 5 5 2 Ret 98
5 Jan Seyffarth 3 11 6 18 11 9 2 8 4 5 97
6 Sean Edwards 8 15 12 10 5 12 19 2 1 2 95
7 Jeroen Bleekemolen 5 2 3 6 3 4 20 92
8 Štefan Rosina 2 4 8 4 6 7 4 Ret 17 Ret 90
9 Patrick Huisman 19 12 2 7 7 3 10 7 24 9 82
10 Kuba Giermaziak 12 14 DSQ 13 13 5 15 6 7 10 56
11 Christian Engelhart 6 23 9 9 14 3 9 22 54
12 Sascha Maassen 7 9 11 19 9 13 12 9 26† 12 52
13 Matt Halliday Ret 6 Ret 8 12 8 9 Ret 8 48
14 Alessandro Zampedri 9 7 Ret 5 17 20† 11 Ret 12 15 46
15 Tim Bridgman 11 8 7 11 Ret 21† 13 10 11 Ret 45
16 Sebastiaan Bleekemolen 17 10 Ret 15 10 22† 8 Ret Ret 8 35
17 Robert Lukas 10 20 10 17 15 11 DSQ 11 15 Ret 27
18 William Langhorne 16 16 13 16 Ret 16 14 Ret 13 14 25
19 Thomas Messer 16 Ret 19 18 17 15 20 21 10
20 Robert van den Berg DNS 18 17 21 Ret Ret 18 13 14 Ret 9
21 Khaled Al Qubaisi 20 21 14 22 18 19 21 14 23 Ret 6
22 Siso Cunill 14 Ret Ret DSQ 3
23 Niall Breen 18 Ret 0
guest drivers ineligible for championship points
Nicolas Armindo 1 5 7 0
Alessandro Balzan 6 0
Martin Ragginger 7 0
Damien Faulkner 10 0
Nico Verdonck 10 0
Alex Frassineti 11 0
Csaba Walter 12 0
Salman Al Khalifa 13 13 0
Jono Lester 13 0
Christian Passuti 14 18 Ret 0
Michael Meadows 14 0
Abdulaziz Al Faisal 15 17 15 20 0
Francesco Castellacci 16 15 18 0
Raffi Bader 16 25 0
Lorenzo Bontempelli 16 0
Davide Roda 21 17 0
Euan Hankey 17 0
Bandar Alesayi 21 19 0
Fabrizio del Monte 19 0
Peter Scharmach 19 0
Mathias Lauda 20 0
Fahad Algosaibi 22 22 0
Brian Wong 22 Ret 0
Angelo Proietti 23 230
Jörg Hardt Ret 0
Vito Postiglione DSQ 0
Pos Driver BHR
CAT
MON
VAL
SIL
HOC
HUN
SPA
MZA
Points

Bold – Pole Italics – Fastest Lap

† — Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 90% of the race distance.

 Nick Tandy was awarded the two points for pole position in Germany after qualifying second behind guest driver Nicolas Armindo, who was ineligible to collect points.

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th Pole
Points 20 18 16 14 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 2
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