FIA Formula 2’s round around the Principality of Monaco saw plenty of accidents, close racing and a bit of confusion over the race results.
2019 Formula 2 – Monaco
Carlin’s Louis Deletraz felt F2 sprint race winner Anthoine Hubert defended well in their duel for the win in the final laps around Monaco.
Both Luca Ghiotto and Mahaveer Raghunathan have been handed three place grid penalties for the next FIA Formula 2 round in France.
The FIA Formula 2 stewards admit their error which led to majority of the field being a lap down after the red flag restart in the Monaco Feature race. Luca Ghiotto disqualified and loses second place.
ART Grand Prix’s Nyck de Vries wins a frantic, bizarre and red flagged affected Feature race around the streets of Monte-Carlo.
ART Grand Prix’s Nyck de Vries claims pole position in the split qualifying session in Monaco for Friday’s Feature Race. Sauber’s Callum Ilott will share the front row alongside de Vries.
Formula 2 championship leader Nicholas Latifi set the fastest time in practice around the Monaco Street Circuit.
Artem Markelov will make his FIA Formula 2 return at Monaco, standing in for MP Motorsport’s Jordan King who will be competing at the Indy500.
BWT Arden’s Anthoine Hubert grabs his first F2 win in the sprint race at Monaco with a photo finish with Carlin’s Louis Deletraz at the line.
DAMS’ Nicholas Latifi will start the Formula 2 Feature race in eighth place after being handed a three-place grid penalty.
Round 4 of the 2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship takes the series to the Principality of Monaco as the series reaches the quarter stage of the year.