Copyright: Formula Motorsport Ltd America remains the most polarised market for F1. It’s provided two champions, hosted more than forty Grand Prix that were part of the Formula One World Championship and has an ever growing fanbase despite more motorsport competition than any other country. So what’s missing? An American driver. By Adam Dickinson It’s... Continue Reading →
Copyright: Formula Motorsport Ltd Since Felipe Massa departed Formula 1 in 2017 (for a second and final time) there has not been a Brazilian at the start of an official Grand Prix. A sad fact for a country with arguably the most passionate F1 fans in the world. We scoured the feeder series for Brazilian... Continue Reading →
Prediction time! With the Formula 2 season about to kick off, some of the F1 Feeder Series editors sat down and thought long and hard about who will be crowned champion, the rookie of 2020, the surprise package and the team of the year. If your having a hard time deciding who is going to... Continue Reading →
The F1 silly season merry-go-round took off in earnest last week, as Ferrari decided to replace Sebastian Vettel with Carlos Sainz. McLaren also chose to replace Sainz with a proven driver, while Renault is apparently toying with the idea of resigning the near-geriatric Fernando Alonso. As a result, several people around the interwebs asked themselves:... Continue Reading →
As with many other things, racing too tends to run within families. From top drivers racing around the world to club legends, lineage can be found at all levels in motorsport. The Rosberg and Hill families are among the most successful. Two generations went on to win the most prestigious title in all of racing,... Continue Reading →
Formula 2 returns this weekend with the Bahrain pre-season test getting underway on 1st March, lasting for two days. To refresh your memory, this is what happened in the off season. By Adam Dickinson This year there’s an interesting balance of experience with five of last season’s top 10 returning, whilst seven drivers have stepped... Continue Reading →
Callum Ilott comes off the back of an excellent debut season in Formula 2 with the Sauber Junior Team. For 2020 the British driver has moved to UNI-Virtuosi. We talked to him about his season, the Ferrari Driver Academy and that fateful day at Spa. By Floris Visman Ilott had an explosive start to his... Continue Reading →
Louis Deletraz is back at Charouz, a team that feels like family to him. With them the Swiss driver is mounting a title challenge in Formula 2. We talked about his goals, Haas and Anthoine Hubert. By Floris Visman Deletraz has been driving single-seaters since he participated in the Formula BMW Talent Cup in 2012... Continue Reading →
With Lucca Allen winning the 2019 F4 SEA championship on December 15th, all the open wheel feeder series have been completed. And what a year it was, with extreme highs and lows. Don't know who won which championship? Check out this list that goes from F4 all the way up to F2 and you're up to date!
At the annual Prize Giving Ceremony in Monte Carlo, Formula 2 and Formula 3 drivers and teams got their trophy's for their accomplishments this season. Among them Formula 2 champion Nyck de Vries and Formula 3 champion Robert Shwartzman.
For the first time Juan Manuel Correa, the Formula 2 driver who got severely injured in a crash at Spa where Anthoine Hubert lost his life, talks about the accident, his recovery and his will to continue in motor racing. The interview is through our friends of Mundo Sport.
Mick Schumacher ended the last day of testing in Formula 2 on top. Jordan King topped the afternoon session. Rookie Rookie Mick Schumacher ended an excellent testweek with his PREMA machine on top with a quickest time of 1:24.028. Earlier this week ART's Nyck de vries topped the first and second day of testing. Veteran... Continue Reading →
Nyck de Vries continues to dominate Formula 2 testing as he set the fastest time of the morning session on day two at Jerez. Fuoco Nyck de Vries setting the quickest time was not a surprise as he also did that twice yesterday. The temporary return to F2 of Antonio Fuoco was. He took place... Continue Reading →
Formula 2 drivers Jack Aitken and Guanyu Zhou will join the Renault F1 team as test and development driver respectively, as Renault complete their driver line-up. Zhou Guanyu Zhou, who will participate in his inaugural Formula 2 season with UNI Virtuosi Racing, will take on the role of development driver at Renault F1. The Chinese... Continue Reading →
Nyck de Vries showed his class as he topped testing in Jerez. After acing the morning test he also bagged the afternoon session. Mick Schumacher was the quickest rookie. Gap ART driver De Vries was quicker than anyone in Spain at the first official Formula 2 test of the year. His time, 1:25.358 was four... Continue Reading →
ART's Nyck de Vries tops the timing table after the first part of Formula 2 testing at Jerez. Tatiana Calderon got all her times deleted because of an underweight car. Quickest time Dutchman De Vries did only 17 laps as he drove the quickest time, the first times the Formula 2 cars went out this... Continue Reading →
At the first Formula 2 test of the year in Spanish Jerez, Jordan King and Richard Verschoor will take the wheel at MP Motorsport. The team still has two empty seats. Verschoor again Dutchman Richard Verschoor already tested MP Motorsport's car last year and last week he was behind the wheel of their Formula 3... Continue Reading →
Colombian Tatiana Calderon moves up to Formula 2 as she signs a contract with BWT Arden. She will partner GP3 Series Champion Anthoine Hubert. Calderon is not new to the team as she already had a GP3 campaign with them in 2016. She scored two points, finishing 21st in the championship. In 2017 she moved... Continue Reading →