Managed by Independent Global Motorsport Council (IGMC)
EUROPE/ASIA/AMERICAS- 8 Rounds
WORLD GRANDS PRIX- 12 Rounds
World Grands Prix drivers must complete 5 Rounds of their chosen continental FV10 Series
Multiple of Chassis Constructors permitted
Single Engine Manufacturer permitted (Cosworth Normally Aspirated 5 Litre V10 limited to 11,000 rpm)
Single Tyre Manufacturer permitted (Michelin)
Drivers permitted to hold IGMC Racing Licence
Two Practice Sessions
Formula V10 Senna Cup Heats (7 World Grands Prix only)
Qualifying- 3 Session
Session 1- 24 cars (7 slowest drop out)
Session 2- 17 cars (7 slowest drop out)
Session 3- 10 cars (Finalised grid)
Single 305 km race (Refuelling and unlimited tyre changes permitted)
25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1 points system (half points awarded for less
than 75% race distance completed)
In addition to the World Grand Prix Championship for Drivers, Teams and
Constructors, there will be a Formula V10 Senna Cup for Drivers.
The results of the heats within this competition will have no bearing
upon the official World Grand Prix Championship for Drivers.
Formula V10 Senna Cup competition format:
60 minutes following the conclusion of Friday Second Practice,
a single heat of a Double Lap One-v-One Driver Shootout will commerce.
Two drivers will line up together on opposite sides of the starting grid
for the heat.
The driver who finishes first wins his heat. He will be awarded three
points; the driver who finishes second is awarded zero points. If both
drivers record equal heat times and cannot be separated by finish line
technology, both drivers will be awared one point- the heat will be
classified as a draw.
Three Worlds Grand Prix will act as the venues for the Group Round Robin
Heats. The top two drivers will progress to the Round of 16; the bottom
two drivers will no longer participate in the FV10 Senna Cup. If two
or more drivers are tied for points, then an aggregate total of their heat
times will determine who will progress to the following round. If this
procedure is insufficient to break the tie, then lots will be drawn.
Four World Grands Prix will act as the venues for the knockout round heats.
The draw of the knockout round heats will be determined by lots. The winner
of each heat will progress and the loser will no longer participate. In case
of a tie, the driver who successfully completes the most overtakes wins the
Following the conclusion of the semi-finals, the two losers of those heats
will compete in a bronze medal play-off.
If the Final of the FV10 Senna Cup concludes in a draw, the aggregate total
of overtakes successfully completed through the heats completed during the
competition will decide the winner. If this is not successful, then the total
of overtakes successfully completed within the final alone will decide the
winner. If this is also not successful, then the aggregate time of the heats
completed through the competition will decide the winner. If this itself is
not successful, then the Formula V10 Senna Cup will be classified as a draw.
If both drivers are forced to retire during the heats in the Group Round
Robin stage, no points will be awarded to either driver. If a driver is
found guilty of a severe offence, he will be repimanded and disqualified
immediately from the Formula V10 Senna Cup.
If both drivers are forced to retire during the heats in the knockout rounds,
the driver who has successfully completed the most overtakes in the previous
heats (excluding the heat from which he has retired) will determine the
winner. If this is not successful, lots will be drawn.
Jerez, Portimao, Rockingham, Estoril ,Spielberg, Imola, EuroSpeedway Lausitz, Slovakia Ring
Yeongam, Dubai Autodrome, Sepang, Marina Bay, Sydney Motorsport Park, Autopolis, Istanbul Park, Moscow Raceway
Homestead, Sebring, Indianapolis, Road America, Jacarepagua, Mexico City, Lago Potrero de los Funes, Bueno Aires
WORLD GRAND PRIX calendar