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2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship
Drivers' Champion: Nyck de Vries
Teams' Champion: TBD
Previous: 2018 Next: 2020
Parent series:
FIA Formula 1 World Championship
Feeder series:
FIA Formula 3 Championship
Nyck de Vries won the championship
The season was overshadowed by the fatal accident suffered by Anthoine Hubert at Spa.

The 2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship is the fifty-third season of the second-tier of Formula One feeder championship and also third season under the moniker of FIA Formula 2 Championship, a motor racing championship for Formula 2 cars that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). It is an open-wheel racing category that serves as the second tier of formula racing in the FIA Global Pathway. The category is scheduled to be run in support of the 2019 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.

George Russell is the reigning drivers' champion, having won the title at the final round of the 2018 championship in Abu Dhabi. Russell did not return to defend his title as he graduated to Formula 1.[1][note 1] Carlin are the reigning teams' champions, having secured their first Formula 2 title in Abu Dhabi. ART Grand Prix driver Nyck de Vries won the drivers' championship after the win in the Feature race at Sochi. In the teams' championship DAMS lead UNI-Virtuosi Racing by 53 points.

The season was marred by the death of French driver Anthoine Hubert during the feature race of the Spa-Francorchamps round on 31 August 2019. Hubert's death was the first fatality for a driver competing in FIA-sanctioned feeder series racing since Henry Surtees's fatal crash at Brands Hatch in 2009 in the FIA Formula Two Championship.

Entries

The following teams and drivers are under contract to compete in the 2019 championship. As the championship is a spec series, all competitors race with an identical Dallara F2 2018 chassis with a V6 turbo engine developed by Mecachrome. Teams compete with tyres supplied by Pirelli.

Entrant No. Driver name Rounds
United Kingdom Carlin 1 Switzerland Louis Delétraz 1–11
2 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita 1–11
France ART Grand Prix 3 Russia Nikita Mazepin 1–11
4 Netherlands Nyck de Vries 1–11
France DAMS 5 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara 1–11
6 Canada Nicholas Latifi 1–11
United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing 7 China Guanyu Zhou 1–11
8 Italy Luca Ghiotto 1–11
Italy Prema Racing 9 Germany Mick Schumacher 1–11
10 Indonesia Sean Gelael 1–11
Czech Republic Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 11 United Kingdom Callum Ilott 1–11
12 United States Juan Manuel Correa 1–9
Russia Matevos Isaakyan 11
Spain Campos Racing 14 France Dorian Boccolacci 1–5
India Arjun Maini 6–8
Japan Marino Sato 9–11
15 United Kingdom Jack Aitken 1–11
Netherlands MP Motorsport 16 United Kingdom Jordan King 1–3, 5–11
Russia Artem Markelov 4
17 Netherlands Mahaveer Raghunathan[note 2] 1–5, 7–11
United States Patricio O'Ward[note 3] 6
United Kingdom BWT Arden 18 Colombia Tatiana Calderón 1–11
19 France Anthoine Hubert 1–9
22 Russia Artem Markelov[note 4] 11
Italy Trident 20 France Giuliano Alesi[note 5] 1–11
21 Switzerland Ralph Boschung 1–5, 8–9, 11
United States Ryan Tveter 6
France Dorian Boccolacci 7
Source:[2][6][3][7][8][9]

Team changes

Russian Time withdrew from the championship at the end of the 2018 season.

Russian Time left the championship after six years competing in Formula 2 and its predecessor, the GP2 Series. Their entry and assets were sold to Virtuosi Racing, who had operated the team. The new entry competes under the name "UNI-Virtuosi Racing".[10][11] Fortec Motorsports had been granted an entry to the Formula 2 grid in 2018, but were later given permission to defer their entry until 2019.[12] However, they were subsequently omitted from the draft entry list for the 2019 championship.[2]

Arden International entered into a partnership with Mercedes-affiliated team HWA Racelab.[13] Charouz Racing System formed a partnership with Sauber Motorsport, which currently runs Alfa Romeo's team in Formula 1.[2] The Sauber-Charouz partnership is not affiliated with Alfa Romeo's Formula 1 entry.

Driver changes

Lando Norris left Carlin and the series as he was promoted to Formula 1 with McLaren.[14] His seat is due to be taken by Louis Delétraz, who left Charouz Racing System to join the team.[15] He was joined by Nobuharu Matsushita, who returned to Formula 2 after a year spent racing in the Super Formula Championship, to replace Sergio Sette Camara.[16]

Sérgio Sette Câmara left Carlin to replace Alexander Albon at DAMS.[17] Albon left the championship to join Formula 1 team Toro Rosso.[18]

Arden drivers Nirei Fukuzumi and Maximilian Günther left the series. Fukuzumi moved to the Super Formula Championship with Dandelion Racing,[19] while Günther joined the Formula E championship with Dragon Racing.[20] Reigning GP3 Series champion Anthoine Hubert and GP3 Series regular Tatiana Calderón joined Arden in their place.[21]

Artem Markelov and Tadasuke Makino left Russian Time and the championship.[22] Both drivers moved to Japan to compete in the Super Formula Championship; Markelov joined Team LeMans while Makino joined Nakajima Racing.[19][23] Guanyu Zhou graduated from the 2018 FIA Formula 3 European Championship, joining Russian Time's successors UNI-Virtuosi.[24] Zhou is partnered by Luca Ghiotto, who raced with Russian Time in 2017 and Campos Racing in 2018.[25]

Nikita Mazepin joined the championship with ART Grand Prix, the team he drove for when he finished runner-up in the 2018 GP3 Series.[26] Mazepin was partnered with Nyck de Vries, who left Prema Racing to join the team.[27] Mazepin and de Vries replaced 2018 series champion George Russell—who left the team and the championship to join Formula 1 team Williams—and Jack Aitken, who will switch to Campos Racing.[1][28] Prema Theodore Racing named Mick Schumacher as de Vries' replacement. Schumacher continued his association with the team after he won the 2018 FIA Formula 3 European Championship with them.[29]

Arjun Maini left Trident and the series to join RLR MSport in the European Le Mans Series.[30] Giuliano Alesi joined the championship with Trident, the team he raced for in the GP3 Series.[31] He was joined by Ralph Boschung, who left MP Motorsport before the Sochi round in 2018. Dorian Boccolacci also left MP Motorsport, joining Jack Aitken at Campos Racing.[32] Jordan King returned to the series with MP Motorsport, contesting the championship alongside his part-time NTT IndyCar Series campaign. Mahaveer Raghunathan returned to full-time competition for the first time since 2016, partnering King at MP Motorsport.[33] Callum Ilott and Juan Manuel Correa joined the series, both signing with Sauber Junior Team by Charouz.[2] Antonio Fuoco left Charouz and the series to join Formula One team Ferrari as a test driver.

Mid-season changes

Artem Markelov made a one-off return in Monaco as a replacement for Jordan King at MP Motorsport, who was competing in the 2019 Indianapolis 500 with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing.[34] After collecting twelve penalty points on his racing license for incurring three Virtual Safety Car infringements during the Paul Ricard feature race, Mahaveer Raghunathan was banned from the series for the Red Bull Ring round.[35] Raghunathan's MP seat was filled in Austria by 2018 Indy Lights champion and 2019 IndyCar Series driver Patricio O'Ward.[3]

Shortly after the Paul Ricard round, Arjun Maini was announced to be replacing Dorian Boccolacci at Campos Racing for the Red Bull Ring and Silverstone rounds.[36] Marino Sato replaced Maini prior to the Spa round.[37]

After encountering funding problems, Ralph Boschung left Trident prior to the Red Bull Ring round. Former GP3 driver Ryan Tveter joined the team in Boschung's place.[38] Tveter was later replaced by Boccolacci. Boschung returned to the team ahead of the Hungarian round.[8]

BWT Arden was represented only by Tatiana Calderón at Monza after Anthoine Hubert's fatal accident.[39] Juan Manuel Correa, who was also involved in the incident, is forced to miss the rest of the season due to injuries.[40] Sauber Junior Team by Charouz did not replace him at Monza, running only Callum Ilott. Giuliano Alesi's car was impounded by Belgian authorities as part of their investigation into the accident at Spa, limiting Trident to a single entry for the next round. Ralph Boschung was stood down to allow Alesi to compete.[41]

For the Sochi and Yas Marina rounds, Matevos Isaakyan, who raced in the 2018 European Le Mans Series, is scheduled to take Juan Manuel Correa's seat at Sauber Junior Team by Charouz.[42] Artem Markelov is scheduled to take Anthoine Hubert's seat at BWT Arden for the same rounds, although the Russian will race with #22 as the #19 has been retired for the remainder of the season in honor of the late French driver.[43]

Calendar

The following twelve rounds are scheduled to take place as part of the 2019 championship. Each round consists of two races: a Feature race, which is run over 170 km (105.6 mi) and includes a mandatory pit stop; and a Sprint race, which is run over 120 km (75 mi) and does not require drivers to make a pit stop.[note 6] The 2019 calendar retains the same twelve rounds from the 2018 season.

Round Circuit Feature race Sprint race
1 Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir 30 March 31 March
2 Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit, Baku 27 April 28 April
3 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló 11 May 12 May
4 Monaco Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo 24 May 25 May
5 France Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet 22 June 23 June
6 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 29 June 30 June
7 United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone 13 July 14 July
8 Hungary Hungaroring, Mogyoród 3 August 4 August
9 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot 31 August 1 September
10 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza 7 September 8 September
11 Russia Sochi Autodrom, Sochi 28 September 29 September
12 United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi 30 November 1 December
Source:[44]

Results and standings

Season summary

Round Circuit Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Report
1 F Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit Italy Luca Ghiotto China Guanyu Zhou Canada Nicholas Latifi France DAMS Report
S Netherlands Nyck de Vries Italy Luca Ghiotto United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing
2 F Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit Japan Nobuharu Matsushita United Kingdom Jack Aitken[note 7] United Kingdom Jack Aitken Spain Campos Racing Report
S Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara[note 8] Canada Nicholas Latifi France DAMS
3 F Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Italy Luca Ghiotto United Kingdom Jordan King Canada Nicholas Latifi France DAMS Report
S Canada Nicholas Latifi Netherlands Nyck de Vries France ART Grand Prix
4 F Monaco Circuit de Monaco Netherlands Nyck de Vries Japan Nobuharu Matsushita Netherlands Nyck de Vries France ART Grand Prix Report
S Canada Nicholas Latifi[note 9] France Anthoine Hubert United Kingdom BWT Arden
5 F France Circuit Paul Ricard Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara Netherlands Nyck de Vries Netherlands Nyck de Vries France ART Grand Prix Report
S Japan Nobuharu Matsushita France Anthoine Hubert United Kingdom BWT Arden
6 F Austria Red Bull Ring Netherlands Nyck de Vries Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara Japan Nobuharu Matsushita United Kingdom Carlin Report
S Netherlands Nyck de Vries Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara France DAMS
7 F United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit China Guanyu Zhou Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara Italy Luca Ghiotto United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing Report
S United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Jack Aitken Spain Campos Racing
8 F Hungary Hungaroring Netherlands Nyck de Vries United Kingdom Jordan King Canada Nicholas Latifi France DAMS Report
S Japan Nobuharu Matsushita Germany Mick Schumacher Italy Prema Racing
9 F Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Netherlands Nyck de Vries Race abandoned[note 10] Report
S Race cancelled[note 11]
10 F Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza United Kingdom Callum Ilott Italy Luca Ghiotto[note 12] Japan Nobuharu Matsushita United Kingdom Carlin Report
S Germany Mick Schumacher United Kingdom Jack Aitken Spain Campos Racing
11 F Russia Sochi Autodrom Netherlands Nyck de Vries Italy Luca Ghiotto Netherlands Nyck de Vries France ART Grand Prix Report
S Canada Nicholas Latifi Italy Luca Ghiotto United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing
12 F United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit Report
S

Scoring system

Points were awarded to the top 10 classified finishers in the Feature race, and to the top 8 classified finishers in the Sprint race. The pole-sitter in the feature race also received four points, and two points were given to the driver who set the fastest lap inside the top ten in both the feature and sprint races. No extra points are awarded to the pole-sitter in the sprint race as the grid for the sprint race is based on the results of the feature race with the top eight drivers having their positions reversed.

Feature race points
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Pole   FL 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 4 2
Sprint race points

Points were awarded to the top 8 classified finishers.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   FL 
Points 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 2

Drivers' championship

Pos. Driver BHR
Bahrain
BAK
Azerbaijan
CAT
Spain
MCO
Monaco
LEC
France
RBR
Austria
SIL
United Kingdom
HUN
Hungary
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SOC
Russia
YMC
United Arab Emirates
Points
1 Netherlands Nyck de Vries 6 7 2 4 5 1 1 7 1 10 3 3 6 3 2 6 C C 3 3 1 2 266
2 Canada Nicholas Latifi 1 3 4 1 1 6 12 10 5 6 9 6 2 5 1 7 C C 13 10 2 4 194
3 Italy Luca Ghiotto 2 1 9 Ret 4 2 DSQ Ret Ret 12 2 2 1 15 4 8 C C 2 15 4 1 184
4 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara 3 2 Ret 6 NC 17 3 6 2 5 5 1 4 17 5 3 C C 5 Ret 5 6 165
5 United Kingdom Jack Aitken 7 11 1 3 2 8 17† 13 3 4 10 18 5 1 3 5 C C 8 1 7 11 159
6 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita 9 12 13 12 11 Ret 2 9 9 9 1 5 9 7 7 2 C C 1 5 6 Ret 124
7 China Guanyu Zhou 10 4 Ret 10 3 4 5 3 4 3 6 8 3 8 9 9 C C Ret 4 10 5 122
8 United Kingdom Jordan King 17 8 3 Ret 7 7 6 11 8 7 10 9 6 4 C C 6 2 12 9 79
9 France Anthoine Hubert 4 9 10 11 6 5 8 1 8 1 4 17 18 11 11 11 C C 77
10 Switzerland Louis Delétraz 5 5 Ret Ret 12 11 7 2 NC 7 7 Ret 7 2 Ret 13 C C Ret 8 3 14 76
11 United Kingdom Callum Ilott 14 16 Ret 9 8 3 DNS 14 Ret 8 14 9 8 4 10 10 C C 4 12 9 3 56
12 Germany Mick Schumacher 8 6 Ret 5 15 12 13 11 Ret Ret 18 4 11 6 8 1 C C NC 6 Ret Ret 51
13 United States Juan Manuel Correa 16 18 7 2 Ret 15 16† 12 7 2 11 10 12 10 14 14 C C 36
14 France Dorian Boccolacci 15 17 5 7 14 18 4 5 Ret 13 Ret 14 30
15 Russia Artem Markelov 6 4 Ret 10 16
16 Indonesia Sean Gelael Ret 10 6 8 9 9 Ret 15 Ret 17 16 12 WD WD 15 17 C C 9 Ret 11 7 15
17 Russia Nikita Mazepin 19 13 8 Ret 17 14 10 8 Ret 16 12 11 16† 12 12 15 C C 11 9 8 Ret 10
18 France Giuliano Alesi 12 DSQ Ret Ret Ret 16 11 Ret 10 14 13 Ret 17 Ret 13 12 C C 7 7 13 8 10
19 Switzerland Ralph Boschung 11 14 12 Ret 10 10 9 Ret Ret 15 18† 18 C C 14 12 3
20 Netherlands Mahaveer Raghunathan 18 19 11 13 16 19 15 Ret 12 18 15 18 17 19 C C 10 13 17 17 1
21 Japan Marino Sato C C 12 11 16 15 0
22 Colombia Tatiana Calderón 13 15 Ret Ret 13 13 14 Ret 11 19† 17 13 14 16 16 Ret C C Ret 14 15 16 0
23 India Arjun Maini DSQ 15 13 13 Ret 16 0
24 Russia Matevos Isaakyan 18 13 0
25 United States Patricio O'Ward 19 14 0
26 United States Ryan Tveter 15 16 0
Pos. Driver BHR
Bahrain
BAK
Azerbaijan
CAT
Spain
MCO
Monaco
LEC
France
RBR
Austria
SIL
United Kingdom
HUN
Hungary
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SOC
Russia
YMC
United Arab Emirates
Points
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Other points position
Blue Other classified position
Not classified, finished (NC)
Purple Not classified, retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Withdrawn (WD)
Text formating Meaning
Bold Pole position
Italics Fastest lap


Notes:

  • dagger – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed more than 90% of the race distance.

Teams' championship

Pos. Team No. BHR
Bahrain
BAK
Azerbaijan
CAT
Spain
MCO
Monaco
LEC
France
RBR
Austria
SIL
United Kingdom
HUN
Hungary
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SOC
Russia
YMC
United Arab Emirates
Points
1 France DAMS 5 3 2 Ret 6 NC 17 3 6 2 5 5 1 4 17 5 3 C C 5 Ret 5 6 359
6 1 3 4 1 1 6 12 10 5 6 9 6 2 5 1 7 C C 13 10 2 4
2 United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing 7 10 4 Ret 10 3 4 5 3 4 3 6 8 3 8 9 9 C C Ret 4 10 5 306
8 2 1 9 Ret 4 2 DSQ Ret Ret 12 2 2 1 15 4 8 C C 2 15 4 1
3 France ART Grand Prix 3 19 13 8 Ret 17 14 10 8 Ret 16 12 11 16† 12 12 15 C C 11 9 8 Ret 276
4 6 7 2 4 5 1 1 7 1 10 3 3 6 3 2 6 C C 3 3 1 2
4 United Kingdom Carlin 1 5 5 Ret Ret 12 11 7 2 NC 7 7 Ret 7 2 Ret 13 C C Ret 8 3 14 200
2 9 12 13 12 11 Ret 2 9 9 9 1 5 9 7 7 2 C C 1 5 6 Ret
5 Spain Campos Racing 14 15 17 5 7 14 18 4 5 Ret 13 DSQ 15 13 13 Ret 16 C C 12 11 16 15 189
15 7 11 1 3 2 8 17† 13 3 4 10 18 5 1 3 5 C C 8 1 7 11
6 Netherlands MP Motorsport 16 17 8 3 Ret 7 7 6 4 6 11 8 7 10 9 6 4 C C 6 2 12 9 96
17 18 19 11 13 16 19 15 Ret 12 18 19 14 15 18 17 19 C C 10 13 17 17
7 Czech Republic Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 11 14 16 Ret 9 8 3 DNS 14 Ret 8 14 9 8 4 10 10 C C 4 12 9 3 92
12 16 18 7 2 Ret 15 16† 12 7 2 11 10 12 10 14 14 C C 18 13
8 United Kingdom BWT Arden 18 13 15 Ret Ret 13 13 14 Ret 11 19† 17 13 14 16 16 Ret C C Ret 14 15 16 77
19 4 9 10 11 6 5 8 1 8 1 4 17 18 11 11 11 C C
22 Ret 10
9 Italy Prema Racing 9 8 6 Ret 5 15 12 13 11 Ret Ret 18 4 11 6 8 1 C C NC 6 Ret Ret 66
10 Ret 10 6 8 9 9 Ret 15 Ret 17 16 12 WD WD 15 17 C C 9 Ret 11 7
10 Italy Trident 20 12 DSQ Ret Ret Ret 16 11 Ret 10 14 13 Ret 17 Ret 13 12 C C 7 7 13 8 13
21 11 14 12 Ret 10 10 9 Ret Ret 15 15 16 Ret 14 18† 18 C C 14 12
Pos. Team No. BHR
Bahrain
BAK
Azerbaijan
CAT
Spain
MCO
Monaco
LEC
France
RBR
Austria
SIL
United Kingdom
HUN
Hungary
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SOC
Russia
YMC
United Arab Emirates
Points
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Other points position
Blue Other classified position
Not classified, finished (NC)
Purple Not classified, retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Withdrawn (WD)
Text formating Meaning
Bold Pole position
Italics Fastest lap


Notes:

  • dagger – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed more than 90% of the race distance.

Notes

  1. ^ Under the series' sporting regulations, the defending drivers' champion is not permitted to continue racing in the championship, so Russell would not be able to defend his title.
  2. ^ Mahaveer Raghunathan is an Indian driver competing under a Dutch license.[2]
  3. ^ Patricio O'Ward is a Mexican driver competing under an American license.[3]
  4. ^ Artem Markelov raced with #22 when the team retired #19.
  5. ^ At Monza, Alesi drove the car which had previously been driven by Ralph Boschung after Alesi's car was impounded by Belgian authorities as part of their investigation into the accident at Spa-Francorchamps which resulted in the death of Anthoine Hubert. Despite this, Alesi ran with his usual number of 20.[4][5]
  6. ^ The Feature and Sprint races are time-certain. In the event that the full race distance cannot be completed, the Feature race will end after one hour and the Sprint race after forty-five minutes.
  7. ^ Nobuharu Matsushita set the fastest lap, but finished outside the top 10, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap.
  8. ^ Luca Ghiotto set the fastest lap, but did not finish, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap.
  9. ^ Sean Gelael set the fastest lap, but finished outside the top 10, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap.
  10. ^ The race session was stopped on lap 2 and was not resumed, after a heavy accident involving Anthoine Hubert, Juan Manuel Correa, Giuliano Alesi and Marino Sato.[45] With less than two laps completed, regulations dictated that no points would be awarded.[46] No race results were published, and the race was declared abandoned.
  11. ^ The sprint race was cancelled following the death of Anthoine Hubert the previous day in the feature race.[47]
  12. ^ Mick Schumacher set the fastest lap, but finished outside the top 10, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap.

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