Koiranen GP’s Nyck de Vries won the final race of the 2014 Formula Renault Alps season at Circuito de Jerez.
The Dutchman celebrated his ninth win in the 14 races of the season, leading from lights to flag in a straightforward finale.
A series of lap one incidents brought out the safety car period, which briefly disrupted the Dutchman’s control over the gap to his rivals, but he would prove unmatched after the race was restarted, eventually finishing 3.8s clear of the field.
Tech 1’s Egor Orudzhev, who started the race on the front row, had a straightforward drive to second place, whilst fellow guest entrant Matt Parry completed the podium.
Prema Powerteam’s Dennis Olsen took fourth, narrowly beating out Strakka’s Jake Hughes.
Matevos Isaakyan, who finished third in the drivers’ standings, took sixth, right ahead of championship runner-up Charles Leclerc, who held off Koiranen’s George Russell. Denis Korneev and Pietro Fittipaldi rounded out the top ten.
|1||Nyck de Vries||Koiranen GP||13 laps in 28:08.114|
|2||Egor Orudzhev||Tech 1 Racing||+3.840|
|3||Matt Parry||Fortec Motorsports||+4.471|
|4||Dennis Olsen||Prema Powerteam||+5.831|
|5||Jake Hughes||Strakka Racing||+6.040|
|6||Matevos Isaakyan||JD Motorsport||+8.286|
|7||Charles Leclerc||Fortec Motorsports||+10.045|
|8||George Russell||Koiranen GP||+10.327|
|9||Denis Korneev||JD Motorsport||+13.982|
|10||Pietro Fittipaldi||Koiranen GP||+14.961|
|11||Simon Gachet||ARTA Engineering||+19.389|
|12||Stefan Riener||Cram Motorsport||+21.044|
|13||Akash Nandy||Tech 1 Racing||+21.583|
|14||Alex Bosak||Prema Powerteam||+22.005|
|15||James Allen||ARTA Engineering||+26.188|
|16||Semen Evstigneev||BVM Racing||+26.502|
|17||Luke Chudleigh||Tech 1 Racing||+26.828|
|18||Hong Li Ye||Koiranen Motorsport||+30.296|
|19||Dario Capitanio||BVM Racing||+30.409|
|20||Thiago Vivacqua||Fortec Motorsports||+31.035|
|21||Hugo de Sadeleer||Tech 1 Racing||+32.742|
|22||Marek Bockmann||Jenzer Motorsport||+33.842|
|23||Patric Armand||Tech 1 Racing||+35.203|
|24||Pietro Peccenini||TS Corse||+44.018|
|25||Martin Kodric||Fortec Motorsports||+58.207|
|Vasily Romanov||Cram Motorsport||+5 laps|
|Jack Aitken||Fortec Motorsports||+13 laps|
|Bruno Bonifacio||Prema Powerteam||+13 laps|
|Anthoine Hubert||Tech 1 Racing||+13 laps|
|Martin Rump||Fortec Motorsports||+13 laps|
|Danyil Pronenko||AS Motorsport by GSK||+13 laps|
|Daniele Cazzaniga||GSK Grand Prix||+13 laps|