There were 12 different F2 drivers who claimed wins across the season and six succeeded in taking a pole position. Here’s the ten that stood out to RaceFans.
Development of F2’s next car, coming in 2024, is being done with the FIA to meet targets set out by president Mohammed ben Sulayem.
Virtuosi Racing has announced Amaury Cordeel and Alpine junior Jack Doohan as its Formula 2 line-up for the 2023 season.
PHM Racing by Charouz, the new tie-up between F4 team PHM and current F2 squad Charouz Racing System, has announced its F2 drivers for 2023
The 2023 Formula 2 grid is growing, with two teams announcing driver signings ahead of this week’s post-season test.
Arthur Leclerc will make his debut in Formula 2 next year, joining the DAMS team as he steps up from Formula 3.
Ayumu Iwasa held off champion Felipe Drugovich to win the final feature race in Yas Marina while Logan Sargeant secured his F1 superlicence for 2023.
Red Bull-backed junior driver Liam Lawson won the Formula 2 sprint race at the Yas Marina circuit, after stepping in for Max Verstappen in F1 practice.
Felipe Drugovich admitted he was caught out when he had to make a rapid transition from testing a Formula 1 car to qualifying his regular Formula 2 machine.
Ayumu Iwasa snatched a surprise pole position from DAMS team mate Roy Nissany to top the final qualifying session of the Formula 2 season at the Yas Marina circuit.
Juan Manuel Correa, who was seriously injured in a crash during a Formula 2 race three years ago, will return to race in the category for the first time in Abu Dhabi this weekend.
In the round-up: Ralph Boschung will reach 100 F2 starts in 2023 after signing for another season with Campos, while Mari Boya joins MP in F3
Zane Maloney, who finished runner-up in the FIA Formula 3 championship this year, will make his Formula 2 debut in next week’s season finale at Yas Marina.
Red Bull junior driver Dennis Hauger will move to the MP Motorsport team for the 2023 Formula 2 season, the team has announced.
The FIA has announced the 2023 calendars for its Formula 2 and Formula 3 championship, which will see both series visit Australia and Monaco.
F2 promoter Bruno Michel staunchly defends the FIA superlicence points system, but is a lack of critical thought serving his series’ interests?
Formula 2 CEO Bruno Michel says the increased travel resulting from the series’ first trip to Australia next year “isn’t going to impact the budgets of the teams”.
Formula 2 will help develop the sustainable fuels Formula 1 will use from 2026 but those running the series are confident reliability won’t be compromised.
Formula 2 champion Felipe Drugovich’s call for the series to allow title winners to remain in the category has fallen on deaf ears.
Formula 2 CEO Bruno Michel says “common sense” changes are need to prevent drivers incurring race bans chiefly due to track limits violations.