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As Formula 2 headed for its third round of the season in Barcelona, we saw several proteges shine, and a resurgence.
While the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix fell short of the usual high expectations, F2 delivered on the chaos.
Formula 2 World Championship leader, Luca Ghiotto, is drawing inspiration from Alexander Albon’s tricky path to Formula 1.
Bahrain set the scene for Formula 2’s first action for 2019, and there were twists and turns wherever you looked.
Formula 2 has provided the Formula 1 grid with some fine talent over the years, so who is the next breakout star?
New Toro Rosso man Alexander Albon begged DAMS managing director Francois Sicard for a 2018 Formula 2 race seat.
Kimi Raikkonen was in fine form last night at the FIA Prize-Giving Gala in Saint Petersburg, thanks to a drink or seven.
Mick Schumacher, the son of seven-time World Champion Michael, will move up to the Formula 2 series for next season.
GP3 driver Tatiana Calderon believes that drivers are “obliged” to drive for at least a year in Formula 2 before moving into F1.
There will be a second rookie on the gird for next season, as George Russell will drive for the Williams Martini Racing team.