2006 Supercup season
|Carshape||GP2 circa 2006|
|Tyre Supplier(s)||Bridgestone B|
|Drivers' Champion||Kari Koski|
|Teams' Champion||Stealth F2|
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The 2006 Supercup season was the 2nd World Championship season. It commenced on the 10th of April, 2006, and ended on the 23rd of September, 2006, after twelve races.
2006 was an exciting season saw a continuation of many of the battles and trends that started in 2005. It also saw the league's first use of new GP4 tracks and custom tracks for official events.
Drivers and constructors
The following teams and drivers competed in the 2006 Supercup World Championship.
Drivers are listed according to which car they raced, and who raced that car first. Drivers who participated only as Test or Free Practice Drivers are listed separately
Results and standings
Points are awarded to the top 12 classified finishers, along with two points for fastest lap and two points for pole position.
Bold - Pole
1 Bolman was transferred to Triple Vod:Bul from the German Gran Prix until the end of the season.
2 Nightingale Jones started the season with EIRE GP2 then drove for Quad Vod:Bul in the eighth GP at Hockenheim.
Bold - Pole
|2||Double Vod:Bul F2||23||2||7||1||2||197|
|3||Atabla Racing F2||21||1||8||1||1||192|
|6||Belami Racing F2||11||0||1||-||1||75|
|7||Triple Vod:Bul F2||5||0||3||1||1||51|
|9||Krystal Oxide F2||2||1||2||1||-||37|
|11||Quad Vod:Bul F2||6||0||0||-||-||22|
|12||Woods Racing F2||1||0||0||-||-||8|
|12||Mantra Motorsport F2||1||0||0||-||-||4|
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