2014 Formula Renault 3.5 Series season
The Formula Renault 3.5 2014 season is the 17th season of the main series of World Series by Renault.
Teams and Drivers
Changes in drivers
The following list contains all the drivers who took part in the 2013 Formula Renault 3.5 season and did not start in the 2014 season for the same team as 2013.
Drivers who have changed their team:
- Zoel Amberg: Pons Racing → AVF
- William Buller: Zeta Corse → Arden Motorsport
- Pietro Fantin: Arden Caterham Motorsport → International Draco Racing
- Jazeman Jaafar Carlin → ISR
- Nikolai Marzenko: Pons Racing → Comtec Racing
- Carlos Sainz Jr.: Zeta Corse → DAMS
- Marco Sørensen: Lotus → Tech 1 Racing
- Sergei Sirotkin: ISR → Fortec Motorsport
Drivers who enter or return to the Formula Renault 3.5:
- Pierre Gasly: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup (Tech 1 Racing ) → Arden Motorsport
- Luca Ghiotto: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup (Prema Powerteam) → International Draco Racing
- Oliver Rowland: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup ( MP Manor Motorsport) → Fortec Motorsport
- Matthieu Vaxivière: Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup (Tech 1 Racing ) → Lotus
- Beitske Visser: ADAC Formula Masters ( Lotus ) → AVF
Drivers who have left the Formula Renault 3.5:
- Riccardo Agostini: Zeta Corse → Euro International
- Mikhail Aleshin: Tech 1 Racing → IndyCar Series ( Peterson Schmidt Motorsports )
- António Félix da Costa: Arden Caterham Motorsport → DTM (BMW Team Mtek )
- Kevin Magnussen: DAMS → Formula 1 (McLaren Mercedes)
- Nico Müller: International Draco Racing → Multi DTM (Audi Sport Team Rosberg)
- André Negrao: International Draco Racing → Multi GP2 Series ( Arden International)
- Arthur Pic: AV → Formula GP2 Series ( Campos Racing)
- Stoffel Vandoorne: Fortec Motorsport → GP2 Series ( ART Grand Prix)
Drivers who do not have a contract for a race seat in 2014:
Changes the teams
- Caterham ended the cooperation with Arden which are independent again in 2014 at the start.
The race calendar of the 2014 season was released on 20 October 2013. It includes nine race weekends, which take place every two races other than in Monte Carlo. The race in Monte Carlo takes place in the context of the local Formula 1 Grand Prix. At the season opener at Monza carries the Formula Renault 3.5 race weekend of her own. The remaining seven events constitute the World Series by Renault calendar.
Compared to last year the event Spielberg returned to the Nürburgring. Barcelona was replaced by Jerez.