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F2 in Hungary was great for the sentimental ones among us – for the first time since 2006 we heard the words ‘Schumacher wins’.
Jack Aitken came to life at his home race to claim Silverstone F2 Sprint Race victory, while Nicholas Latifi got his season back on track.
DAMS driver Sergio Sette Camara finally ended his 41-race streak without a win with victory in the Austrian GP sprint race.
It was the wise heads who showed us how it’s done in the French GP feature race, but an all-rookie podium followed in the sprint.
Tight, twisting and technical – the streets of Monte Carlo are a great leveler – some names we didn’t expect took full advantage, while others floundered.
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.
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?