With the title clinched, Oliver Rowland (Fortec Motorsports) wants to finish the year in style and the Englishman will aim for the record for most wins in a season. Second in points, Matthieu Vaxiviere along with Marlon Stockinger will try to take Lotus to second place in the team classification.
All eyes will be riveted on the battle for third place among six drivers including three rookies. Dean Stoneman (DAMS) currently holds the position, but the Red Bull protégé will have to fend off Nyck de Vries (DAMS) and Egor Orudzhev (Arden International). Veterans Tom Dillmann (Jagonya Ayam with Carlin), Tio Ellinas (Strakka Racing) and Jazeman Jaafar (Fortec Motorsports) will also be in the hunt.
Amongst the others, Gustav Malja (Strakka Racing) will be looking to take another podium result and solidify his place in the season ending top ten, which will also be the goal of Nicholas Latifi (Arden Motorsport), who finished second last year at Jerez, and Aurélien Panis (Tech 1 Racing). The French driver will hope to make the most of the progress he has made to taste the champagne, as did his team mate Roy Nissany (Tech 1 Racing) in Austria.
Formula Renault 3.5
Nyck De Vries wins first race in season finale
19/10/2015 AT 18:15
For Alfonso Celis (AVF), Yu Kanamaru (Pons Racing), Sean Gelael (Jagonya Ayam with Carlin), Beitske Visser (AVF), André Negrão (International Draco Racing) and Nikita Zlobin (Pons Racing), the objective will be to finish the season on a positive note.
Race 1: Saturday 17 October at 14h30
Race 2: Sunday 18 October at 15h30
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Oliver Rowland wins title at Le Mans
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Oliver Rowland and Fortec aim for the title
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