2019–20 Zastava Yugo season

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2018–19 Zastava Yugo
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The 2019–20 Zastava Yugo season was the 1st IVRC Zastava Yugo season and the 2nd Winter Series season. It contested of three rounds spanning from December 2019 to January 2020. It was intended to be a one-off series.

Teams and Drivers

All teams utilize the semi-fictional Zastava Yugo Hobby.

Team No. Driver Rounds
Colombia.png JLC Racing 8 Venezuela.png Cristian Alvarez 1–2
15 Colombia.png Julian Gines 1–2
80 Hungary.png László Téglás 1, 3
Germany.png MPG Competition 13 Germany.png Phillip Volland 2–3
14 Germany.png Constantin Grimminger All
17 Spain.png Carlos Frau 3
Sweden.png FRA Simracing Team 58 Spain.png JuanRa Carrillo 1
59 Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre All
67 Angola.png Tookie Gonzales 1
74 Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed 1, 3
Brazil.png Bravo Racing Team 95 Brazil.png Lucas Murno 1
98 Portugal.png Jonathan Holohan 1
EU.png Team IVRC 53 Spain.png Pablo López 1–2
99 Spain.png Ángel González 1–2

Race calendar and results

A three-round calendar was announced on 25 November 2019.

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team
1 R1 Croatia.png Automotodrom Grobnik, Grobnik 8 December Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed Brazil.png Lucas Murno Brazil.png Bravo Racing Team
R2 Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed Sweden.png FRA Simracing Team
2 R1 Macedonia.png Kičevo, Kičevo 15 December Colombia.png Julian Gines Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre Sweden.png FRA Simracing Team
R2 Colombia.png Julian Gines Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre Sweden.png FRA Simracing Team
3 R1 Latvia.png Biķernieki Complex Sports Base, Rīga 5 January Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre Sweden.png FRA Simracing Team
R2 Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre Sweden.png FRA Simracing Team

Championship results

Scoring system

Points were awarded to the top 15 classified finishers at both races equally.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

The maximum number of points a driver can score at any round will be 50.

  • Each driver has to drive 50% of race distance to be eligible for points.

Drivers' championship

Pos. No. Driver Croatia.png
CRO
Macedonia.png
MKD
Latvia.png
LAT
Points
1 59 Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre 5 10 1 1 1 1 117
2 74 Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed 2 1 5 4 69
3 80 Hungary.png László Téglás 3 5 3 2 63
4 13 Germany.png Phillip Volland 3 3 4 3 61
5 15 Colombia.png Julian Gines 10 8 2 2 54
6 8 Venezuela.png Cristian Alvarez 9 2 4 4 53
7 95 Brazil.png Lucas Murno 1 3 41
8 53 Spain.png Pablo López 6 4 DNS 5 34
9 14 Germany.png Constantin Grimminger 11† 9 DNS 6 6 Ret 32
10 99 Spain.png Ángel González 8 6 DNS 7 27
11 58 Spain.png JuanRa Carrillo 4 7 22
12 17 Spain.png Carlos Frau 2 Ret 22
13 98 Portugal.png Jonathan Holohan 7 11 13
14 67 Angola.png Tookie Gonzales 12† Ret 4
Pos. No. Driver Croatia.png
CRO
Macedonia.png
MKD
Latvia.png
LAT
Points

Teams' championship

Pos. Team Croatia.png
CRO
Macedonia.png
MKD
Latvia.png
LAT
Points
1 Sweden.png FRA Simracing Team 2 1 1 1 1 1 191
4 7 5 4
2 Colombia.png JLC Racing 3 2 2 2 3 2 156
9 5 4 4
3 Germany.png MPG Competition 11† 9 3 3 2 3 113
7 11 DNS 4 6 Ret
4 Brazil.png Bravo Racing Team 1 3 55
7 11
Pos. Team Croatia.png
CRO
Macedonia.png
MKD
Latvia.png
LAT
Points