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FIA WEC: Final 2014 standings – Buemi, Bruni, Toyota, Ferrari among champions

The top 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship finishers in each category (with links to GonzoGeek interviews):

 

Drivers’ Championship

166 - Anthony Davidson (Great Britain), #8 Toyota Racing TS040 Hybrid

166 – Sebastien Buemi (Switzerland), #8 Toyota

Wins: Silverstone, Spa, Fuji, Shanghai

Poles: Circuit of the Americas, Fuji

 

127 – Andre Lotterer (Germany), #2 Audi Sport Team Joest R18 e-tron quattro

127 – Benoit Treluyer (France), #2 Audi

127 – Marcel Fassler (Switerland), #2 Audi

Wins: Le Mans, COTA

 

117 – Marc Lieb (Germany), #14 Team Porsche 919 Hybrid

117 – Neel Jani (Switzerland), #14 Porsche

117 – Romain Dumas (France), #14 Porsche

Wins: Sao Paulo

Poles: Spa, Shanghai, Bahrain

 

117 – Lucas Di Grassi (Brazil), #1 Audi

117 – Tom Kristensen (Denmark), #1 Audi

(No wins or poles)

 

116 – Alexander Wurz (Austria), #7 Toyota

116 – Stephane Sarrazin (France), #7 Toyota

Wins: Bahrain

Polls: Silverstone, Le Mans

 

 

GT Drivers’ Endurance Cup

168 – Gianmaria Bruni (Italy), #51 AF Corse Ferrari 458 Italia

168 – Toni Vilander (Finland), #51 Ferrari

Wins: Spa, Le Mans, Fuji, Bahrain

Poles: Silverstone, Spa, Le Mans, COTA

 

134.5 – Frederic Makowiecki (France), #92 Porsche Team Manthey 911 RSR

Wins: Silverstone, Shanghai

111 – Richard Lietz (Austria), #92 Porsche

Wins: Silverstone

108.5 – Patrick Pilet (France), #92 Porsche

Wins: Shanghai

 

102 – Darren Turner (Great Britain), #97 Aston Martin Racing Vantage V8

102 – Stefan Mucke (Germany), #97 Aston

Wins: COTA, Sao Paulo

Poles: Shanghai, Bahrain, Sao Paulo

 

Manufacturers’ Championship

289 – Toyota

244 – Audi

193 – Porsche

 

GT Manufacturers’ Endurance Cup

288 – Ferrari

262 – Porsche

232 – Aston Martin

 

 

LMP2 Drivers’ Endurance Trophy

146 – Sergey Zlobin (Russia), #27 SMP Racing Oreca 03R-Nissan

Wins: Le Mans

Note: Will be moving to GTE Am in 2015 in an SMP Ferrari

 

137 – Julien Canal (France), #26 G-Drive Racing Ligier LS P2-Nissan

137 – Oliver Pla (France), #26 G-Drive

137 – Roman Rusinov (Russia), #26 G-Drive

Wins: Silverstone, Spa, Fuji, Shanghai

Poles: Silverstone, Le Mans, COTA, Fuji, Shanghai, Bahrain, Sao Paulo

 

130 – Matthew Howson (Great Britain), #47 KCMG Oreca

130 – Richard Bradley (Great Britain), #47 KCMG

Wins: COTA, Bahrain, Sao Paulo

Poles: Spa

 

110 – Anton Ladygin (Russia), #27 SMP

Wins: Le Mans

 

 

GTE Am Drivers’ Endurance Tropy

198 – David Heinemeier-Hansson (Denmark), #95 Aston Martin Racing Vantage V8

198 – Kristian Poulsen (Denmark), #95 Aston

Wins: Silverstone, Le Mans, Fuji, Bahrain

Poles: Bahrain

 

164 – Christoffer Nygaard (Denmark), #98 Aston

164 – Paul Dalla Lana (Canada), #98 Aston

164 – Pedro Lamy (Portugal), #98 Aston

Wins: COTA, Shanghai, Sao Paulo

Poles: Fuji, Shanghai, Sao Paulo

 

144 – Nicki Thiim (Denmark), #95 Aston

Wins: Silverstone, Le Mans, Fuji, Bahrain

Poles: Bahrain

Note: Did not race at Spa, COTA, or Shanghai

 

121 – Christian Ried (Germany), #88 Proton Competition Porsche 911 RSR

121 – Khaled Al Qubaisi (UAE), #88 Porsche

(No wins or poles)

 

111 – Klaus Bachler (Austria), #88 Porsche

(No wins or poles)

Note: Did not race at Shanghai

 

Check out many of the drivers listed above in narrated race highlights from the season finale in Sao Paulo.

 


FIAWEC 6 Hours of Sao Paulo - Race Highlight by fiawec

 

 

 

 

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