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2016 World Championship Season

2016 World Championship Season
Races 16
Mod Custom FSR
Drivers' Champion Jeroen Kweekel
Constructors' Champion Origin Front Row Racing Team

The 2016 Season of the Formula SimRacing World Championship is the 16th season of the championship.

2015 Constructors' Champions Twister 2 Fast 4 You are absent from the championship, as well as Precision Motorsports. Bono Huis and Morgan Morand have also extended their sabbatical. Defending Drivers' Champion Petar Brljak fills a part-time role at both Twister Racing and Musto Racing teams.

The season was won by Jeroen Kweekel at the Malaysian Grand Prix, in his first full WC campaign, driving for Origin Front Row Racing Team, who wrapped up the constructors title at the final round in Brazil. GhostSpeed Racing Team's Jernej Simoncic was the season runner up in his fourth full WC campaign, with Thrustmaster Twister Racing's Daniel Kiss securing third in the standings.

Teams and Drivers

Team No. Drivers Rounds
Eventa Simracing 3 Dian Kostadinov All
4 Martin Hodas All
Origin Front Row Racing Team 5 Kuba Brzezinski 1-12
5 Daniel Brewer 13-16
6 Jeroen Kweekel All
GhostSpeed Racing Team 7 Jernej Simoncic All
8 James Sadler All
Thrustmaster Twister Racing 9 Daniel Kiss All
10 Francisco Bigazzi 1-10
10 Muhammed Patel
10 Petar Brljak 11-16
Avid Chronic Racing 11 John-Eric Saxen 1-3
11 Michi Hoyer 12-16
12 Nikodem Wisniewski Regular driver from Round 2 to 9
12 Mike Partington Regular driver from Round 3-8
12 Martin Stefanko Regular driver from Round 9
GhostSpeed Engineering 14 Blair Disley Regular driver
15 Christof Schgor Did the first 2 rounds
15 Kamil Lyzwa Regular driver from Round 4
NetRex Grand Prix 16 Michele D'Alessandro Regular driver
17 David Greco Regular driver
17 Danny Van Der Niet Reserve driver
Scuderia Basilea 18 David Jundt Regular driver till Round 6
19 Daniel Brewer Did Round 1
19 Chris De Jong Did Round 4
VBMadCape 20 Jim Parisis Regular driver
21 George Manousakis Regular driver
Eventa-Pescara SHS 22 Eros Masciulli Regular driver
23 Victor Ivanov Regular driver
Musto Racing 24 Muhammed Patel Regular driver
25 Giordano Valeriano Regular driver
Born2Win 26 John-Eric Saxen Regular driver from Round 4
27 Michael Antochowski Regular driver from Round 4-7
27 Adam Maguire Regular driver from Round 11
Brehm Grand Prix 28 Mike Partington Regular driver from Round 9
29 Carlos Martin Regular driver from Round 9

Team Changes

  • Precision Motorsports loaned its license to VBMadCape.
  • GhostSpeed Engineering races under the Ash Racing license.
  • Scuderia Basilea buys the Faster-Than-Speed license. They later loan the license to Brehm GP.


Calendar Changes

  • Spain, Turkey, and Hungary are all new circuits for 2016.
  • China was dropped from the calendar.

Rule Changes



The qualifying format was changed from a multi-session format to a single 20 minute session with a 12 lap limit. This proved to be a popular move among drivers and admins alike.