Acceleration Team France

Acceleration Team France is the French team of Formula Acceleration 1, an international racing series. They are run by the Belgian Azerti Motorsport team,[1] owned by Wim Coekelbergs.[2]

Acceleration Team France
France
Founded2014
Race driver(s)Italy Sergio Campana
France Nathanaël Berthon
First race2014 Acceleration at Portimao
Rounds entered2
Championships0
Sprint race victories0
Feature race victories0
Pole positions0
Fastest laps0
Total points0
2014 position8 (0 pts)

History

2014 season

Drivers: Sergio Campana, Nathanaël Berthon

The team announced Italian driver Sergio Campana as their driver for the inaugural Formula Acceleration 1 round in Portimao.[1] He moved to the Portuguese team for round 2 in Navarra and was replaced by Nathanaël Berthon.

Drivers

Name Seasons Races
(Starts)
Titles Wins Sprint
wins
Main
wins
2nd 3rd Poles Fastest
Laps
Points
Italy Sergio Campana 2014 1(2) 0
France Nathanaël Berthon 2014 1(0)

Complete Formula Acceleration 1 Results

Driver Races Points
ALG
Portugal
ALG
Portugal
NAV
Spain
NAV
Spain
NÜR
Germany
NÜR
Germany
MNZ
Italy
MNZ
Italy
ZOL
Belgium
ZOL
Belgium
LEC
France
LEC
France
HUN
Hungary
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
ASS
Netherlands
Italy Sergio Campana Ret Ret 0
France Nathanaël Berthon

References

  1. ^ a b "ENTRY LIST | Acceleration". Acceleration14.com. Retrieved 2014-04-28.
  2. ^ "FA1 LINE-UP | Acceleration". Acceleration14.com. 2014-03-03. Retrieved 2014-04-28.
2014 Acceleration at Navarra

Acceleration at Navarra was the second weekend of Acceleration 2014, a multi-day festival combining top class car and bike racing with live music and other entertainment. The festival was organised by the International Sport Racing Association (ISRA), based in the Netherlands, to be held six times in 2014, starting 25–27 April in Portimao, Portugal and ending 17–19 October in Assen, Netherlands. The various racing competitions were

Formula Acceleration 1 (FA1), the MW-V6 Pickup Series, the Legend SuperCup (LSC), the European Stock 1000 Series (ACC 1000) and the European Stock 600 Series (ACC 600).Every driver entering Acceleration 2014 was eligible for points in the drivers' championship as well as the nations' championship. As for music and entertainment, David Hasselhoff was the host of "Celebrate the 80's and the 90's with The Hoff", a dance party featuring 2 Unlimited, Haddaway, and others. Saturday evenings were filled with performances of international DJs.

2014 Acceleration at Nürburgring

Acceleration at Nürburgring was the third weekend of Acceleration 2014, a multi-day festival combining top class car and bike racing with live music and other entertainment. The festival was organised by the International Sport Racing Association (ISRA), based in the Netherlands, to be held six times in 2014, starting 25–27 April in Portimao, Portugal and ending 17–19 October in Assen, Netherlands. The various racing competitions were

Formula Acceleration 1 (FA1), the MW-V6 Pickup Series, the Legend SuperCup (LSC), the European Stock 1000 Series (ACC 1000) and the European Stock 600 Series (ACC 600).Every driver entering Acceleration 2014 was eligible for points in the drivers' championship as well as the nations' championship. As for music and entertainment, David Hasselhoff was the host of "Celebrate the 80's and the 90's with The Hoff", a dance party featuring 2 Unlimited, Haddaway, and others. Saturday evenings were filled with performances of international DJs.

2014 Formula Acceleration 1 season

The 2014 Formula Acceleration 1 season was a formula racing series that started over 25–27 April in Portimao, Portugal and ended over 17–19 October at the TT Circuit Assen, Netherlands. The series featured 12 teams that represented the nations in which they were founded. Their drivers did not have that nationality per sé, but the car represented the flag. This concept was similar to the one used in the former A1 Grand Prix series, whose vehicles were used in FA1. To attract young, yet serious, racing drivers, the 2014 winning driver/team was promised the full budget for the 2015 FA1 season and a test day in a GP2 Series car in Abu Dhabi.Formula Acceleration 1 (FA1) was the most prominent part of Acceleration 2014, a series of festivals combining top class car and bike racing with music and entertainment. Next to FA1, there was the MW-V6 Pickup Series, based on the former Dutch racing series BRL V6, the Legend SuperCup, based on legends car racing, and the European Stock 600 and 1000 Series, which featured motorcycle racing for 15- and 16-year-olds. As for the music, on Friday evenings, David Hasselhoff hosted "Celebrate the 80's and the 90's with The Hoff", a dance party featuring 2 Unlimited, Haddaway, Kim Wilde, and others. Saturday evenings saw performances from international DJs.The championship was dominated by Nigel Melker and Mirko Bortolotti, taking eight of the ten race victories between them. Melker clinched the championship title after Bortolotti skipped the final round at Assen. Third place in the championship went to Richard Gonda, who achieved a trio of podium finishes but without victory. Indeed, the only other driver to take a race victory besides Melker and Bortolotti was Felix Rosenqvist, who completed a double at Monza; he finished the season in fifth place, three points behind Sebastian Balthasar. Netherlands won the nations' championship by 10.5 points ahead of Italy.

On 22 December 2014, it was announced that the series would be merged with Auto GP in 2015, to ensure that at least 18 cars will participate in each race. It was also announced that the 2015 champion will be granted a Formula One test.

Nathanaël Berthon

Nathanaël Berthon (born 1 July 1989 in Romagnat) is a professional racing driver from France.

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