2009 Formula Renault 3.5 Series Season - Driver Lineup - Driver Changes

Driver Changes

Changed Teams
  • Pasquale Di Sabatino: Red Devil Team ComtecRC Motorsport
  • Esteban Guerrieri: Ultimate Motorsport → RC Motorsport
  • Alexandre Marsoin: Epsilon Euskadi → Comtec Racing
  • Miguel Molina: Prema Powerteam → Ultimate Motorsport
  • Daniil Move: KTR → P1 Motorsport
  • Sten Pentus: Red Devil Team Comtec → Mofaz Fortec Motorsport
  • James Walker: Fortec Motorsport → P1 Motorsport
Entering/Re-Entering FR3.5
  • Jaime Alguersuari: British F3 (Carlin Motorsport) → Carlin Motorsport
  • Jules Bianchi: Formula Three Euroseries (ART Grand Prix) → KMP Group/SG Formula
  • Max Chilton: British F3 (Carlin Motorsport) → Comtec Racing
  • Dani Clos: GP2 Series (Racing Engineering) → Epsilon Euskadi
  • Stefano Coletti: Formula Three Euroseries (Prema Powerteam) → Prema Powerteam
  • Chris van der Drift: International Formula Master (JD Motorsport) → Epsilon Euskadi
  • Salvador Durán: A1 Grand Prix (A1 Team Mexico) → Interwetten.com
  • Brendon Hartley: British F3 (Carlin Motorsport) → Tech 1 Racing
  • Tobias Hegewald: Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (Motopark Academy) → Interwetten.com
  • Michael Herck: GP2 Series (DPR) → Interwetten.com
  • Keisuke Kunimoto: Formula Nippon (Team LeMans) → Epsilon Euskadi
  • Jon Lancaster: Formula Three Euroseries (ART Grand Prix) → Comtec Racing
  • Omar Leal: Euroseries 3000 (Durango) → Prema Powerteam
  • Federico Leo: ATS Formel 3 Cup (Ombra Racing) → Pons Racing
  • Mihai Marinescu: Formula BMW Europe (FMS International) → Interwetten.com/RC Motorsport
  • John Martin: A1 Grand Prix (A1 Team Australia)/British F3 (Räikkönen Robertson Racing) → Comtec Racing
  • Greg Mansell: Atlantic Championship (Walker Racing) → USR/Comtec Racing
  • Bruno Méndez: European F3 Open Championship (Campos Racing) → RC Motorsport
  • Guillaume Moreau: FIA GT Championship (Luc Alphand Aventures) → KMP Group/SG Formula
  • Cristiano Morgado: Formula Volkswagen (Morgado Racing) → Comtec Racing
  • Edoardo Mortara: GP2 Series (Arden International) → KMP Group/SG Formula & Tech 1 Racing
  • Anton Nebylitskiy: Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (SG Drivers' Project) → Comtec Racing & KMP Group/SG Formula
  • Frankie Provenzano: International Formula Master (ADM Motorsport) → Prema Powerteam
  • Daniel Ricciardo: British F3 (Carlin Motorsport) → Tech 1 Racing
  • Filip Salaquarda: International Formula Master (ISR Racing) → RC Motorsport
  • Harald Schlegelmilch: International Formula Master (Trident Racing) → Comtec Racing
  • Oliver Turvey: British F3 (Carlin Motorsport) → Carlin Motorsport
  • Alberto Valerio: GP2 Series (Piquet GP) → Comtec Racing
  • Adrián Vallés: GP2 Series (BCN Competicion) → Epsilon Euskadi
  • Adrian Zaugg: A1 Grand Prix (A1 Team South Africa) → Interwetten.com
Leaving FR3.5
  • Mikhail Aleshin: Carlin Motorsport → FIA Formula Two Championship
  • Borja García: RC Motorsport → Atlantic Championship (Condor Motorsports)
  • Giedo van der Garde: P1 Motorsport → GP2 Series (iSport International)
  • Julien Jousse: Tech 1 Racing → FIA Formula Two Championship
  • Pippa Mann: P1 Motorsport → Indy Lights (Panther Racing)
  • Mario Romancini: Epsilon Euskadi → Indy Lights (RLR/Andersen Racing)
  • Duncan Tappy: RC Motorsport → Indy Lights (Genoa Racing)
  • Robert Wickens: Carlin Motorsport → FIA Formula Two Championship

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