2009 International Formula Master season

The International Formula Master 2009 season was the third season of International Formula Master. The season began on May 17, 2009 in Pau and ended on 20 September 2009 in Imola. The champion Fabio Leimer won the driver; The team competition was won by JD Motorsport.

  • 4.1 Drivers' Championship
  • 4.2 Evaluation team


Technical Regulations

In the International Formula Master, all teams take the same car - the Formula 2000 of Tatuus. The chassis and body are made of carbon fiber. The motors are from Honda and feature at 2000 cm ³ engine capacity of over 250 hp. The brakes are supplied by Brembo and the tires of Yokohama. The electronics comes from Magneti Marelli. The safety standards corresponding to the regulations of the FIA ​​for Formula 3 in 2008.

Sporting Regulations

Each race weekend begins on Friday with two 45 - minute practice and a 30-minute qualifying, with the starting grid of the first race is determined. This will be held on Saturday and goes over about 75 km. The second race on Sunday Mileage has a distance of about 100 km. The starting grid of the race results from the result of the first race, the first night will start in reverse order.

Starter box


The Formula Master 2009 season included eight race weekends in eight different countries. On each track two races were run. Six races were held in the WTCC. The runs in Mogyoród and Spa-Francorchamps were part of the Formula 1.


In the first race the top eight drivers will receive points according to the scheme ( 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 ). In the second race, only the top six drivers will receive points according to the scheme ( 6-5-4-3-2-1 ). In addition, there is one point for the fastest lap of the race and one point for the pole position in the feature race. The teams will receive points only for her two best cars.

Drivers' championship

  • Samuele Buttarelli, Edwin Jowsey, Andrea Roda and Alexander Sims started as a guest driver and is thus not included in the scoring.

Team standings

2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010

  • International Formula Master season
  • Motorsport Season 2009