2011 Superleague Formula season

The Superleague Formula 2011 season was the fourth season of Superleague Formula by Sonangol. It began on May 29 at the Estoril Circuit and ended on July 17 in Zolder. There were only two race weekends, all other events were canceled. The team with the Australia 's John Martin won the championship.

Starter box

Changes in drivers

The following list contains all the drivers who have participated in the Superleague Formula 2010 season and did not start in the 2011 season for the same team as in 2010.

Drivers who have changed their club:

Driver who went and returned in the Superleague Formula:

  • Mikhail Aleshin: World Series by Renault (Carlin ) → Team Russia
  • Antonio Pizzonia: Stock Car Brasil ( Hot Car Competições ) → Team Brazil
  • Filip Salaquarda: World Series by Renault (ISR Racing) → Sparta Prague
  • Ho -Pin Tung: GP2 Series ( DAMS ) → Team China

Drivers who have left the Superleague Formula:

  • Sebastien Bourdais: Olympique Lyon → IndyCar Series (Dale Coyne Racing)
  • Máximo Cortés: AS Roma → Le Mans Series ( MIK Corse)
  • Adderly Fong: Team China → British Formula 3 Championship ( Sino Vision Racing )
  • Esteban Guerrieri: PSV Eindhoven → Indy Lights ( Sam Schmidt Motorsports )
  • Julien Jousse: AS Roma → Le Mans Series ( Pescarolo Sport)
  • Narain Karthikeyan: PSV Eindhoven → Formula 1 (HRT )
  • Hywel Lloyd: PSV Eindhoven → British Formula 3 Championship ( Sino Vision Racing )
  • Bruno Méndez: Atlético Madrid → British Formula 3 Championship ( Hitech Racing)
  • Celso Miguez: Girondins Bordeaux → Spanish GT Championship (Aurora Energy Drink )
  • Franck Montagny: Girondins Bordeaux → Le Mans Series ( Peugeot Sport Total)
  • Álvaro Parente: FC Porto → GP2 Series ( Racing Engineering )
  • Davide Rigon: RSC Anderlecht → GP2 Series ( Scuderia Coloni )
  • James Walker: Liverpool → Le Mans Series ( JMW Motorsport)

Drivers who do not have a contract for a race seat in 2011:


2011, several race weekends were planned. Before and during the season there were several changes in the racing calendar. Among other planned event on the Smolensk Ring was canceled in June because the track was not ready in time in September. Finally, the season was canceled after only two events.

At each race weekend two races were run. The starting grid for the first race was determined by a qualifying. The starting grid for the second race was due to the inverted result of the first race. Then, the so-called was " Super Final" discharged. For this race, qualified the six pilots who had scored in the first two races the most points. The winner of this race, the so-called "Weekend Winner", received a prize of 100,000 €.