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The GP4 GP2 2013 Offline Championship will be the sixth 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.

GP2

Championship Leader : Robert Hunter

Previous: 2012 Next: 2014
Parent series:
Tier 1: GP4 OC
Tier 3: GP4 DTM OC

Signed Teams and DriversEdit

The following teams and drivers will compete in the GP4 GP2 2013 Grand Prix 4 Offline Championship.

Team

Engine Tyre Race Drivers Rounds
Spain
Barwa Addax Team
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Brazil
Bruno de Barros
1-3
Britain
Etienne Jones
1-3
France
DAMS
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Britain
Cameron Anderson
1-3
Italy
Lorenzo Tomaselli
1-3
Spain
Racing Engineering
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Germany
Nikolas Zorbach
1-3
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Franco López
1-3
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MP Motorsport
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Italy
Roberto Gamba
1-3
Germany
Julius Anderson
1-3
France
ART Grand Prix
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Poland
Mateusz Turwik
1-3
Germany
Lukas Krebs
1-3
Malaysia
EQ8 Caterham Racing
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Germany
Tobias Kress
1-3
Britain
Joel Dyer
1-3
Russia
Russian Time
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Britain
Henry Whatzal
1-3
Britain
Daniel Macamo
1-3
Italy
Trident Racing
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Britain
Robert Hunter
1-3
Italy
Andrea Federi
1-3
Italy
Rapax
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Italy
Paolino Tomaselli
1-3
Serbia
Snezana Radivojević
1-3
Britain
Arden International
Mecachrome
Pirelli
Hungary
Patrik Juhász
1-3
Poland
Daniel Adventure
1-3
Britain
Carlin
Mecachrome
Pirelli
South korea
United States
Jonathan Wong
1-3
Brazil
Gabriel Gomes
1-3
  • The season will have eight rookies (Jones, Zorbach, Roberto Gamba, Julius Anderson, Turwik, Krebs, Radivojević and Wong).
  • This is the first GP2 season where the last season champion (Cameron Anderson) will defend the championship.
  • After a year away, Bruno de Barros returns for the team where he debuted, in 2009. He already announced that it will be his farewell season.

Season CalendarEdit

Round Grand Prix Circuits Date
1 Bahrain GP
Bahrain
Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir
July 3rd, 2018
2 Spain GP
Spain
Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona
July 10th, 2018
3 Monaco GP
Monaco
Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo
July 17th, 2018
4 British GP
Britain
Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone
July 31st, 2018
5 Germany GP
Germany
Hockenheimring, Hockenheim
August 7th, 2018
6 Hungarian GP
Hungary
Hungaroring, Budapest
August 14th, 2018
7 Belgian GP
Belgium
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot
August 21st, 2018
8 Italian GP
Italy
Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza
August 28th, 2018
9 Austrian GP
Austria
Red Bull Ring, Spielberg
September 4th, 2018
10 United States GP
United States
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indiana
September 18th, 2018
11 European GP
Britain
Brands Hatch, Kent
October 2nd, 2018
12 Brazilian GP
Brazil
Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Sao Paulo
October 16th, 2018

ResultsEdit

Round Grand Prix Pole Position

Fastest Lap

Winning Driver Winning Constructor
1
Bahrain
Bahrain GP
Germany
Julius Anderson
Brazil
Bruno de Barros
Britain
Robert Hunter
Italy
Trident Racing
2
Spain
Spanish GP
Brazil
Gabriel Gomes
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Franco López
Italy
Paolino Tomaselli
Italy
Rapax
3
Monaco
Monaco GP
Hungary
Patrik Juhász
Poland
Daniel Adventure
Britain
Robert Hunter
Italy
Trident Racing
4
Britain
British GP
5
Germany
German GP
6
Hungary
Hungarian GP
7
Belgium
Belgian GP
8
Italy
Italian GP
9
Austria
Austrian GP
10
United States
United States GP
11
Britain
European GP
12
Brazil
Brazilian GP


Drivers ChampionshipEdit

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

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th Pole F.L.
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 4 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

BHR

Bahrain

ESP

Spain

MON

Monaco

GBR

Britain
GER
Germany
HUN
Hungary
BEL
Belgium
ITA
Italy
AUT
Austria
USA
United States
EUR
Britain
BRA
Brazil
1
Britain
Robert Hunter
1 7 1 56
2
Italy
Paolino Tomaselli
4 1 Ret 37
3
Germany
Julius Anderson
2 5 8 36
4
Italy
Roberto Gamba
3 2 9 35
5
Hungary
Patrik Juhász
12 14 2 22
6
Germany
Lukas Krebs
6 13 4 20
7
Brazil
Gabriel Gomes
16 3 Ret 19
8
Poland
Daniel "Adventure"
15 16 3 17
9
Brazil
Bruno de Barros
7 10 7 15
10
Britain
Cameron Anderson
8 Ret 5 14
11
Britain
Joel Dyer
17 4 Ret 12
12
Germany
Nikolas Zorbach
5 15 15 10
13
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Franco López
Ret Ret 6 10
14
Serbia
Snezana Radivojević
Ret 6 Ret 8
15
South korea
Jonathan Wong
9 8 Ret 6
16
Poland
Mateusz Turwik
Ret 9 Ret 2
17
Germany
Tobias Kress
10 Ret 13 1
18
Italy
Andrea Federi
13 Ret 10 1
19
Britain
Etienne Jones
11 11 12 0
20
Britain
Henry Whatzal
Ret Ret 11 0
21
Italy
Lorenzo Tomaselli
14 12 14 0
NC
Britain
Daniel Macamo
Ret Ret Ret 0
  • In Spain, Bruno de Barros and Daniel "Adventure" originally finished 8th and 10th, respectively. However, both suffered 10 second time penalties that were added to their race results, because Bruno crashed into Andrea Federi, and Daniel "Adventure" crashed into Tobias Kress. Therefore, Bruno was demoted to 10th and "Adventure" was demoted to 16th.


Constructors StandingsEdit

Pos. Constructors Driver Grand Prix


Points

BHR

Bahrain

ESP

Spain

MON

Monaco

GBR

Britain
GER
Germany
HUN
Hungary
BEL
Belgium
ITA
Italy
AUT
Austria
USA
United States
EUR
Britain
BRA
Brazil
1
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MP Motorsport
RG 3 2 9 71
JA 2 5 8
2
Italy
Trident
RH 1 7 1 57
AF 13 Ret 10
3
Italy
Rapax
PT 4 1 Ret 45
SR Ret 6 Ret
4
Britain
Arden International
PJ 12 14 2 39
DA 15 16 3
5
Britain
Carlin
JW 9 8 Ret 25
GG 16 3 Ret
6
France
ART Grand Prix
MT Ret 9 Ret 22
LK 6 13 4
7
Spain
Racing Engineering
NZ 5 15 15 20
FL Ret Ret 6
8
Spain
Barwa Addax
BdB 7 10 7 15
EJ 11 11 12
9
France
DAMS
CA 8 Ret 5 14
LT 14 12 14
10
Malaysia
EQ8 Caterham Racing
TK 10 Ret 13 13
JD 17 4 Ret
11
Russia
Russian Time
HW Ret Ret 11 0
DM Ret Ret Ret