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F2 Series

Referred to as ‘the ultimate training ground for Formula 1’ the new FIA Formula 2 Championship (F2) was created in 2017 as the ideal preparation for the top step: Formula 1.

It provides the combination of a fast, safe, high tech car with a talent pool of the best up-and-coming drivers in single-seater motorsport, to ensure a championship that is a must-see for fans of real racing.  The championship provides the opportunity for drivers to show their ability in front of the F1 teams as they compete on world-renowned circuits throughout Europe and the Middle East, in a car created to ensure that the challenge for the teams is maintained.

F2 is a one-make championship consisting of up to 22 identical cars. The chassis are designed by Dallara Automobili, and run under the specification F2 2018 car. The power base is a Mecachrome assembled 3.4L V6 single turbo charged engine.

The F2 car uses slick Pirelli tyres in four specifications (super soft, soft, medium and hard) which are predetermined by Pirelli in advance of the race weekend. Each driver has five sets of dry-weather tyres per weekend – three of “prime” specification and two of “option” specification. Each driver will also be provided with three sets of wet-weather tyres.

The compulsory pit-stop during Race One (Feature Race) remains, in which all four tyres must be changed. Unless he has used wet-weather tyres during Race 1, each driver must use at least one set of each specification of dry-weather tyres during Race 1. This mandatory pit stop may not be carried out until the driver has completed six laps.

A race weekend is composed of one practice session of forty-five minutes and one half hour qualifying session, followed by two races.  The qualifying session determines the order of the grid for Race 1. Four points are awarded for pole position.

Race 1 is run over 170km or 60 minutes (except for Monaco where the race is run over 140km and in Budapest where the race is run over 160km), and each driver must complete one compulsory pitstop and must use at least one set of each specification of dry-weather tyres.  The top ten drivers score points (25, 18, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1) with two points being awarded to the driver who set the fastest lap of the race.

The grid for Race 2 (Sprint Race) is determined by the finishing order of the first race, with the top 8 positions reversed. Race 2 is run over 120km or 45 minutes (except for Monaco where the race is run over 100km).  The top eight finishers score points (15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1), and the driver who sets the fastest lap scores two points.
 
2019 Championship
PosDriverPoints
1, Mick Schumacher215
2, Callum Ilott
201
3, Yuki Tsunoda200
4, Robert Shwartzman
177
5,
Nikita Mazepin164
6, Guanyu Zhou
151.5
7, Christian Lundgard
149
8, Louis Deletraz
134
9,Felipe Drugovich
121
10,
Luca Ghiotto106




































Racing Highlights

Entrando nel suo secondo anno in FIA F2, Callum ha goduto di una stagione 2020 di successi finendo come vice campione, ottenendo tre vittorie, cinque pole position e sei podi lungo la strada. Delle sue tre vittorie in gara, ha ottenuto due vittorie nella Feature Race, inclusa una sublime esibizione sul circuito di casa di Silverstone, vincendo la Feature Race per più di otto secondi. Callum ha conquistato più pole di qualsiasi altro pilota in campo.


La stagione 2019 di Callum lo ha visto debuttare in FIA F2 con il Sauber Junior Team di Charouz. In una campagna impressionante, Callum si è assicurato tre partenze in prima fila, una pole position in casa Ferrari a Monza e due podi, concludendo l'anno come il membro più alto della Ferrari Driver Academy.

Nel 2018, Callum ha avuto una stagione da rookie impegnativa in GP3, finendo 3 ° assoluto con 7 podi in sette dei nove weekend di gara, ottenendo due vittorie e una pole.

Nel 2017, l'ultima stagione di Callum nella FIA F3, Callum ha ottenuto 7 vittorie, 12 podi e 11 pole position, inclusa la vittoria imponente della gara di qualificazione del GP di Macao alla Coppa del mondo FIA F3. Nel campionato europeo FIA F3, Callum è arrivato 4 ° assoluto, con più giri più veloci e pole position rispetto a qualsiasi altro pilota.

Nel 2016, la seconda auto da corsa di Callum, si è classificato 6 ° assoluto nel Campionato Europeo FIA F3 nel 2016, ed è stato anche il pilota britannico più alto nella Coppa del Mondo FIA F3 a Macao quell'anno, con un 5 ° posto assoluto per Gara 2 Gran Premio e 2 ° nella gara di qualificazione.

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