Calendar 2015

World Formula 1

Qatar Doha 12 – 14 March 2015
France Evian 26 – 28 June 2015
Portugal Porto 01 – 02 August 2015
China Liuzhou (Guanxi Province) 30 September – 01 October 2015

Drivers (boat nr.):
Jonas Anderson (14)
Jesper Forss (15)

World Formula 2

Italy Brindisi 03 – 05 July 2015
Italy La Spezia 24 – 26 July 2015
Norway Tonsberg 01 – 02 August 2015
Switzerland Lugano 04 – 06 September 2015
South Africa Sasolburg TBA December 2015

Drivers (boat nr.):
Erik Stark (1)
Johan Österberg (2)
Tobias Söderling (7)
Bimba Sjöholm (11)
Manuel Saueressig (18)
Stefan Hagin (19)
Erik Edin (21)
Uvis Slakteris (51)

World F4

France Epinay 30 – 31 May 2015
Italy Brindisi 03 – 05 July 2015
United Kingdom Nottingham 29 – 30 August 2015
Germany Duren 26 – 27 September 2015

Drivers (boat nr.):
Mike Szymura (10)
Briney Rigby (41)

Source Calendar: UIM
Source F1: f1h2o
Source F2: f2worldchamp
Source F4s: UIM

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F1, Sharjar 19th December

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Once again Jonas Andersson proved he could keep up with the fastest in the field. In an exciting qualifying session, Jonas managed to set the 3rd fastest time. This was his 4th top 5 qualifying in the five races of the season. But once again bad luck struck in grand prix. This time a broken propeller forced him to drop out during the race. The second F1 driver of Team Sweden, Jesper Forss, was stepping up and finished in an impressive 6th place, claiming his first F1 points of his career.

F4, Sharjah 19th December

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Mike Szymura entered the final race of the season, knowing he would take the F4 Trophy 2014. Second place was also settled, as Briney Rigby had a comfortable point lead ahead of the following boats.

The real battle was for 3rd between Khalid Al Kuwari, in his new Molgaard hull and Jan Andre Landsnes.

Al Kuwari showed good pace in qualifying, making pole, followed closely by Rigby on second. Mike Szymura was keeping it safe and qualified in 5th.

Briney Rigby won the race, more than 13 seconds ahead for the second boat. Szymura settled with third followed by Khalid Al Kuwari in fourth, three places ahead of Landsnes. Meaning Al Kuwari would take third place in the championship.

The final result was

1. Mike Szymura, Molgaard

2. Briney Rigby, Molgaard

3. Khalid Al Kuwari, Molgaard

F1 BOAT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2014

DRIVERS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS TABLE 2014

Pos Boat Driver Nat TOT
1 7 Philippe Chiappe FRA 15 RET 15 20 20 70
2 1 Alex Carella QAT 20 20 DSQ 7 15 62
3 2 Shaun Torrente QAT RET 9 20 15 12 56
4 11 Sami Selio FIN RET 3 12 9 9 33
5 24 Francesco Cantando ITA 9 RET 7 5 7 28
6 51 Erik Stark SWE RET 15 5 3 RET 23
7 10 Duarte Benavente POR 12 DNS DNS RET 4 16
8 18 Bartek Marszalek POL 3 7 3 1 2 16
9 5 Thani Al Qamzi UAE 12 2 RET 14
10 6 Ahmed Al Hameli UAE 2 12 RET 14
11 12 Filip Roms FIN 7 4 2 0 RET 13
12 14 Jonas Andersson SWE RET RET 9 RET RET 9
13 50 Marit Stromoy NOR 5 RET 0 4 DNS 9
14 8 Xiong Ziwei CHN 4 1 RET 0 3 8
15 15 Jesper Forss SWE RET RET 0 5 5
16 9 Youssef Al Rubayan KUW RET 5 RET RET RET 5
17 33 Ivan Brigada ITA RET 4 RET 4
18 34 Tomas Cermak ITA RET 1 RET 1

Source: http://www.f1h2o.com/results/index.php

F2 Sasolburg december 2014

Race Classification – Sasolburg

POSIT NUM DRIVER BOAT NAT LAPS TIME RACE POINTS
1 1 Erik Stark Molgaard SWE 40 00:32:07:05 20
2 5 Rupp Temper DAC AT 40 00:32:09:61 15
3 2 Johan Österberg Molgaard SWE 40 00:32:11:55 12
4 8 Pierre Lundin Moore SWE 40 00:32:13:05 9
5 17 Peter Morin Moore FRA 40 00:32:22:49 7
6 16 Tomas Cermak BaBa SK 40 00:32:53:22 5
7 71 David del Pin Clerici ITA 39 00:32:15:77 4
8 51 Uvis Slakteris Molgaard LAT 39 00:32:38:49 3
9 77 Tobias Munthe-Kaas BABA NOR 39 00:32:45:36 2
10 53 Chiara Rossi BABA ITA 38(a) 00:32:43:49 1
11 3 Owen Jelf BaBa ENG 38 00:31:58:64 0
12 99 Maicol Chiossi BaBa ITA 38 00:32:28:33 0
13 69 Attie Tromp Molgaard ZA 38 00:32:46:33 0
14 31 Wynand De Jager BaBa ZA 25 00:21:03:80 DNF
15 21 Erik Edin Molgaard SWE 24 00:20:44:74 DNF
16 9 Mette B. Bjerknæs Moore NOR 0 DNS
17 11 Bimba Sjöholm DAC SWE 0 DNS

 
Source: http://f2worldchamp.com/results/sasolburg-2014/race-classification-sasolburg-2014

UIM F2 World Championship 2014

UIM F2 World Championship 2014

POS NUM DRIVER NAT Dunaújváros Brindisi Milan Sasolburg TOTAL
1 1 Erik Stark SWE 15 20 20  20 75
2 17 Peter Morin FRA 20 12 5 7 44
3 8 Pierre Lundin SWE 15 15 9 39
4 2 Johan Osterberg SWE DNS 9 3 12 24
5 5 Rupert Temper AT 4 DNF 0 15 19
6 16 Tomas Cermak SK 5 7 5 17
7 21 Erik Edin SWE DNF 4 12 DNF 16
8 71 David del Pin ITA 0 7 4 4 15
9 3 Owen Jelf GBR 12 1 1 0 14
10 51 Uvis Slakteris LAT 9 DNS 0 3 12
11 11 Bimba Sjoholm SWE 7 3 2  DNS 12
12 10 Stan Kurtsenovskiy RUS 2 9 11
13 45 Duarte Benavente POR 5 DNF 0 5
14 41 Edgaras Riabko LTU 3 DNF DNS 3
15 77 Tobias Munthe-Kaas NOR 1 DNF 0 2 3
16 99 Maicol Chiossi ITA 2 DNS DNS 0 2
17 53 Chiara Rossi ITA 0 0 1 1

Source: http://f2worldchamp.com/results

F4, Sharjah 18th December 2014

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Khalid Al Kuwari winning his first F4 race, racing the new Molgaard hull.

After finishing 2nd in Abu Dhabi last month, he managed to get pole position and take the checkered flag in the race.

The overall leader, Mike Szimura, came in 2nd followed by Team Sweden’s Briney Rigby, both racing the generation 2 Molgaard hull.

Erik Stark claims fourth world title

Erik Stark

In Sasolburg, South Africa, Erik Stark secured his 4th consecutive F2 World Championship. Starting from pole position, he lead his Molgaard hull to his 4th win this season.

Erik Edin also did a good job in qualifying, making the 3rd best time, followed by Johan Österberg in 4th. Both racing Molgaard hulls.

Halfway in the race Erik Edin was forced to drop out with technical problems, leaving the 3rd spot to Johan Österberg.