Formula 2

Aitken fires to third F2 win in Monza Sprint

An emotional Jack Aitken earned his third win of the season in a thrilling FIA Formula 2 Sprint Race at Monza, dedicating his lights-to-flag victory to fellow Renault Academy driver, and friend, the late Anthoine Hubert. The Campos Racer was harried right to the chequered flag, narrowly finishing ahead of fellow Brit, Jordan King, and Championship leader Nyck de Vries.

Formula 2: Round 10 Preview Monza, Italy

The FIA Formula 2 family suffered an immense loss after one of its brighter stars, Anthoine Hubert, tragically died in a horrific accident on Lap 2 of last week’s Feature Race at Spa-Francorchamps. The loveable Frenchman was in his rookie season and was highly regarded by the entire motorsport community. Not only was he a great driver, but he was also an amazing character whose infectious smile lit up our paddock. This season, he had achieve two superb wins in Monaco and on home-soil at Le Castellet.

Update: Juan Manuel Correa transferred to United Kingdom

Juan Manuel Correa is being transferred from Belgium to a specialist hospital unit in the United Kingdom in order to continue his recovery from the serious injuries he sustained in Saturday’s Formula 2 race at Spa. The Sauber Junior Team driver and Alfa Romeo F1 junior was taken initially to the CHU Liege hospital with fractures to both legs and a spinal injury after his high-speed collision with Anthoine Hubert, who lost his life in the incident, and he underwent lengthy surgery.

Latest news on Juan Manual Correa

Sauber Junior Racing Team by Charouz’ driver Juan Manuel Correa was involved in today’s Feature Race horrific accident on Lap 2. Juan Manuel is currently in a stable condition and is being treated at the CHU de Liège hospital.

Ghiotto and King Penalty decisions revised

The two time penalties cancelled for UNI-Virtuosi Racing and MP Motorsport drivers. Two penalty decisions have been revised following today’s FIA Formula 2 Feature Race, with Luca Ghiotto and Jordan King now only receiving written reprimands, instead of time penalties.