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The GP4 GP2 2011 Offline Championship was the fourth official season of the GP2 Offline Championship. It was contested on Grand Prix 4 using the GP2 2011 mod. The league is hosted by Jyri Määttä a.k.a jyrr123.

Drivers' Champion : 

Constructors' Champion : 

Previous: 2010 Next: 2012




Signed Teams and DriversEdit

The following teams and drivers will compete in the GP4 GP2 2011 Grand Prix 4 Offline Championship.

Team

Engine Tyre No. Race Drivers Rounds
Spain
Barwa Addax Team
Mecachrome
Pirelli
1
United States
Scott Roush
1-3
2
Germany
Richard Johnson
1-3
Italy
Trident Racing
Mecachrome
Pirelli
3
Brazil
Gabriel Gomes
1-3
4
Britain
Robert Hunter
1-3
France
DAMS
Mecachrome
Pirelli
5
Italy
Franco Gamba
1-3
6
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Franco López
1-3
France
Lotus ART
Mecachrome
Pirelli
7
Britain
Oliver Glazebrook
1-3
8
Poland
Daniel Przygoda
1-3
Britain
Arden International
Mecachrome
Pirelli
9
Poland
Kiroshima Di Rossa
1-3
10
Hungary
Patrik Juhász
1-3
Britain
Super Nova Racing 
Mecachrome
Pirelli
11
United States
William Duncan
1-3
12
United States
Jeffery Finguy
1-3
Spain
Racing Engineering
Mecachrome
Pirelli
14
Australian
Zachary Fitzwater
1-3
15
Croatia
Vedran Vedrina
1-3
Britain
iSport International
Mecachrome
Pirelli
16
Brazil
Bruno de Barros
1-3
17
United States
Sasha Banks
1-3
Italy
Rapax
Mecachrome
Pirelli
18
Britain
David Greenwood
1-3
19
Italy
Lorenzo Martullo
1-3
Italy
Scuderia Coloni
Mecachrome
Pirelli
20
United States
Phil Sadlowski
1-3
21
Britain
Joel Dyer
1-3
Britain
Carlin
Mecachrome
Pirelli
24
Britain
Jordan Dixon
1-3
25
United States
William Brock
1-3
  • It was announced that, Renault would not longer badge their Mecachrome GP2 series engine. Mecachrome would run its own engine program from this season.
  • Lucas Levi, former Sauber test driver for GP4 OC was originally main driver in Barwa Addax Team alongside Richard Johnson. After Rens Jans demotion from the GP4 OC series, Levi replaced him thus promotes him into the main series. As a result, American Scott Roush replaces Levi.

Season CalendarEdit

Round Grand Prix Circuits Date
1 Turkish GP
Turkey
Istanbul Park, Istanbul
2nd August 2017
2 Spanish GP
Spain
Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona
9th August 2017
3 Monaco GP
Monaco
Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo
16th August 2017
4 British GP
Britain
Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone
6th September 2017
5 German GP
Germany
Nurburgring, Nurburg
13th September 2017
6 Hungarian GP
Hungary
Hungaroring, Budapest
20th September 2017
7 Belgian GP
Belgium
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot
27th September 2017
8 Italian GP
Italy
Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza
4th October 2017
9 Singapore GP
Singapore
Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore
11th October 2017
10 Japan GP
Japan
Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka
18th October 2017
11 Abu Dhabi GP
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Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi
8th November 2017
12 Brazilian GP
Brazil
Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo
15th November 2017

ResultsEdit

Round Grand Prix Pole Position

Fastest Lap

Winning Driver Winning Constructor
1
Turkey
Turkish GP
Brazil
Bruno de Barros
Poland
Daniel Przygoda
Brazil
Bruno de Barros
Britain
iSport International
2
Spain
Spanish GP
Germany
Richard Johnson
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Franco Lopez
Brazil
Bruno de Barros
Britain
iSport International
3
Monaco
Monaco GP
Brazil
Bruno de Barros 
United States
Phil Sadlowski
Italy
Franco Gamba 
France
DAMS

Drivers ChampionshipEdit

Points are awarded to the top eight classified finishers using the following structure:

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th Pole F.L.
Points 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1 2 2
  • Italic means the drivers who sets the fastest lap in the race.
  • Bold means the drivers who took pole position in the race.
Pos. Driver Grand Prix


Points

TUR

Turkey

ESP

Spain

MON

Monaco
GBR
Britain

GER

Germany

HUN

Hungary

BEL

Belgium

ITA

Italy

SIN

Singapore

JPN

Japan

ABU

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BRA

Brazil
1
Brazil
Bruno de Barros
1 1 2 32
2
Italy
Franco Gamba
3 5 1 20
3
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Franco Lopez
Ret 2 Ret 10
4
Hungary
Patrik Juhasz
12 3 5 10
5
United States
Jeffery Finguy
2 17 Ret 8
6
Australian
Zachary Fitzwater
9 4 6 8
7
United States
William Brock
17 15 3 6
8
Britain
Joel Dyer
8 20 4 6
9
Britain
David Greenwood
4 21 16 5
10
Britain
Jordan Dixon
5 10 15 4
11
Germany
Richard Johnson
16 Ret 7 4
12
United States
Phil Sadlowski
Ret 7 Ret 4
13
United States
William Duncan
6 18 9 3
14
Poland
Kiroshima Di Rossa
19 6 12 3
15
Croatia
Vedran Vedrina
7 11 14 2
16
Poland
Daniel Przygoda
18 9 Ret 2
17
Britain
Oliver Glazebrook
10 8 13 1
18
United States
Sasha Banks
11 19 8 1
19
Britain
Robert Hunter
14 12 10 0
20
Brazil
Gabriel Gomes
Ret 13 11 0
21
United States
Scott Roush
13 16 17* 0
22
Italy
Lorenzo Martullo
15 14 Ret 0

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