Michelin Clio Cup Series

2015 Michelin Clio Cup Series: Season In Numbers

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The 2015 Michelin Clio Cup Series reached its conclusion at Silverstone last weekend, with Luke Herbert taking the Race Series honours, while Luke Pinder secured the Road Series crown.

Herbert’s six race wins and ten podium finishes, unmatched by his rivals, were the key to his title victory, while the competitiveness of the championship was shown by thirteen different drivers finishing in the top six over the course of the campaign.

Pinder’s nine wins in thirteen races, plus nine fastest laps, showcases his domination on the category over the course of the year, whilst Nic Harrison and Tyler Lidsey impressed with their consistency.

Here’s a breakdown of all the key numbers from the 2015 campaign:

Race Series

Race Wins

6 – Luke Herbert

4 – Paul Streather

2 – Andy Jordan

1 – Matt Allison

Podiums Finishes

10 – Luke Herbert

7 – Paul Streather

5 – Andy Jordan, Sam Randon, Brett Lidsey

4 – James Dorlin

3 – Matt Allison

Herbert Has Been The Driver To Beat Throughout The Season - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Herbert Has Been The Driver To Beat Throughout The Season – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Top Six Finishes

12 – Luke Herbert

10 – Paul Streather, Andy Jordan

8 – Brett Lidsey, James Dorlin

7 – Sam Randon

6 – Matt Allison

4 – Adam Hatfield, Tom Barley, Pete Bennett

2 – Ben Davis, Anton Spires

1 – Darren Johnson

Fastest Laps

4 – Paul Streather

3 – Sam Randon

2 – James Dorlin

1 – Luke Herbert, Andy Jordan, Adam Hatfield, Matt Allison

Pole Positions

4 – Luke Herbert

3 – Sam Randon

2 – Paul Streather, Andy Jordan

1 – Brett Lidsey, Matt Allison

Road Series

Race Wins

9 – Luke Pinder

3 – Tyler Lidsey

1 – Jake Honour

Honour (Left), Pinder (Centre) And Harrison (Right) Were Regular Podium Visitors - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Honour (Left), Pinder (Centre) And Harrison (Right) Were Regular Podium Visitors – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Podium Finishes

10 – Luke Pinder

8 – Jake Honour

7 – Nic Harrison, Tyler Lidsey

2 – Sarah Franklin, John Creasey, Jack Fabby

1 – Matt Fincham

Top Six Finishes

12 – Nic Harrison

11 – Tyler Lidsey

10 – Luke Pinder, Jake Honour, John Creasey

9 – Sarah Franklin

5 – Matt Fincham

2 – Jack Fabby

Fastest Laps

9 – Luke Pinder

2 – Tyler Lidsey, Jake Honour

Pole Positions

6 – Luke Pinder

3 – Jake Honour

2 – Nic Harrison, John Creasey

The final championship standings for both classes can be found here.

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