2020 Formula 2 Championship

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2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship
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Parent series:
Formula One World Championship
Feeder series:
FIA Formula 3 Championship
Callum Ilott is the current championship leader.
DAMS entered the season as the defending Teams' Champions.

The 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship is a motor racing championship for Formula 2 cars that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The championship is the fifty-fourth season of Formula 2 racing and the fourth season run under the FIA Formula 2 Championship moniker. 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 selected rounds of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship. As the championship is a spec series, all teams and drivers competing in the championship will run the same car, the Dallara F2 2018.[1]

Nyck de Vries is the 2019 drivers' champion, having won the title at the penultimate round of the 2019 championship in Russia.[a] DAMS are the reigning teams' champions, having secured their first Formula 2 title in Abu Dhabi.

Season report[edit]

Guanyu Zhou started the season opener at the Red Bull Ring from pole position but suffered technical issues whilst leading the race, allowing his UNI-Virtuosi Racing teammate Callum Ilott to take his first Formula 2 victory.[2] The sprint race was won by MP Motorsport driver Felipe Drugovich on his debut Formula 2 weekend.

Yuki Tsunoda took pole position for the second feature race in Austria, but made a late pit stop due to miscommunication with his Carlin team, losing track position. He recovered to second place but was unable to overtake Prema Racing's Robert Shwartzman, who took his first Formula 2 victory.[3] Tsunoda and Shwartzman both retired from the sprint race, Tsunoda with a suspected clutch issue and Shwartzman after spinning on the opening lap. ART Grand Prix driver Christian Lundgaard overtook reverse-grid pole sitter Dan Ticktum to claim his first Formula 2 victory.[4]

Ilott scored pole position in the wet qualifying at the Hungaroring.[5] But he was not able to convert pole to race win due to less effective tire strategy. Shwartzman, who passed five drivers on start, took the race victory, after the eleventh place on the grid.[6] Ilott started the reverse-grid race from pole and finished second. This time Luca Ghiotto was the fastest driver to choose different strategy which lead him to the sixth win in Formula 2.

Felipe Drugovich brought first F2 pole to MP Motorsport in the first round at Silverstone.[7]

Entries[edit]

The following teams and drivers are under contract to compete in the 2020 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
France DAMS 1 Indonesia Sean Gelael 1–5
2 United Kingdom Dan Ticktum 1–5
United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing 3 China Guanyu Zhou 1–5
4 United Kingdom Callum Ilott 1–5
France ART Grand Prix 5 New Zealand Marcus Armstrong 1–5
6 Denmark Christian Lundgaard 1–5
United Kingdom Carlin 7 Japan Yuki Tsunoda 1–5
8 India Jehan Daruvala 1–5
Spain Campos Racing 9 United Kingdom Jack Aitken 1–5
10 Brazil Guilherme Samaia 1–5
Czech Republic Charouz Racing System 11 Switzerland Louis Delétraz 1–5
12 Brazil Pedro Piquet 1–5
Netherlands MP Motorsport 14 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita 1–5
15 Brazil Felipe Drugovich 1–5
Germany BWT HWA Racelab 16 Russia Artem Markelov 1–5
17 France Giuliano Alesi 1–5
Italy Prema Racing[b] 20 Germany Mick Schumacher 1–5
21 Russia Robert Shwartzman 1–5
Italy Trident 22 Israel Roy Nissany 1–5
23 Japan Marino Sato 1–5
United Kingdom Hitech Grand Prix 24 Russia Nikita Mazepin 1–5
25 Italy Luca Ghiotto 1–5
Source:[9]

Team changes[edit]

Hitech Grand Prix joined the championship, bringing the total number of teams up to eleven.[10]

HWA Racelab will replace Arden International on the grid.[11] HWA had formed a technical partnership with the team in 2019.[12]

Driver changes[edit]

Luca Ghiotto left UNI-Virtuosi Racing to join the new Hitech Grand Prix team, combining Formula 2 with a GT World Challenge Europe campaign.[13] He will be partnered by Nikita Mazepin, who moved to the team from ART Grand Prix. Callum Ilott will replace Ghiotto at UNI-Virtuosi, having contested the 2019 championship with Sauber Junior Team by Charouz.[14] Guanyu Zhou remained with UNI-Virtuosi for a second successive season.[15]

Reigning champion Nyck de Vries left ART Grand Prix and the championship to join Mercedes in Formula E.[16] 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship runner-up Marcus Armstrong will join the team.[14] Christian Lundgaard continued his collaboration with ART Grand Prix, graduating from FIA Formula 3.[17]

HWA Racelab signed Markelov who last competed in the championship on a full-time basis in 2018 before competing part-time at selected rounds in 2019.[18] Giuliano Alesi will switch from Trident to join Markelov with his seat at Trident being filled by 2019 Euroformula Open champion Marino Sato, who will contest the series full-time after a part-time campaign with Campos Racing.[19] Tatiana Calderón left the team and the series to compete in Super Formula with ThreeBond Racing with Drago Corse.[20]

DAMS will field a new driver line-up. Sean Gelael moved to the team from Prema Racing and will be joined by two-time Macau Grand Prix winner Dan Ticktum.[21] Nicholas Latifi left the championship to join Williams for the 2020 Formula One World Championship,[22] while the decision to sign Gelael and Ticktum meant Sérgio Sette Câmara left the team. Reigning FIA Formula 3 champion Robert Shwartzman will graduate to the championship with Prema Racing, replacing Sean Gelael.[23] Shwartzman will partner Mick Schumacher, who remained with the team for a second season.[14]

Pedro Piquet, who finished fifth in the FIA Formula 3 Championship, will graduate to the series and join Charouz Racing System. Louis Delétraz, who previously raced for Charouz in 2018, will return to the team from Carlin.[24] Juan Manuel Correa, who raced for the team in 2019, was ruled out by his rehabilitation from a serious injury,[25] while Matevos Isaakyan—who replaced Correa for the final rounds of the 2019 championship—was not re-signed. Jehan Daruvala and Yuki Tsunoda graduated to Formula 2 with Carlin, replacing Charouz-bound Louis Delétraz and MP-bound Nobuharu Matsushita.[26][27]

2018 Euroformula Open champion Felipe Drugovich stepped up from Formula 3 to contest the championship with MP Motorsport.[28] He will be joined by former Carlin driver Nobuharu Matsushita.[29] Jordan King and Mahaveer Raghunathan left the team and the championship respectively. Jack Aitken will remain with Campos Racing, being partnered by 2019 Euroformula Open Championship graduate Guilherme Samaia, while Marino Sato left the team to join Trident.[30] Sato's teammate will be Roy Nissany,[31] who last competed in the championship in 2018.

Calendar[edit]

The original calendar had twelve rounds scheduled to take place as part of the 2020 championship. Each round consists of two races: a Feature race, which is run on Saturday, over a distance of 170 km (105.6 mi) and includes a mandatory pit stop;[c] and a Sprint race, which is run over 120 km (75 mi) and does not require drivers to make a pit stop.[d]

Round Circuit Feature race Sprint race
1 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 4 July 5 July
2 11 July 12 July
3 Hungary Hungaroring, Mogyoród 18 July 19 July
4 United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone 1 August 2 August
5 8 August 9 August
6 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló 15 August 16 August
7 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot 29 August 30 August
8 Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza 5 September 6 September
9 Italy Mugello Circuit, Scarperia e San Piero 12 September 13 September
10 Russia Sochi Autodrom, Sochi 26 September 27 September
United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi TBA
Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir TBA[e]
Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit, Baku Cancelled[f]
Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort Cancelled[g]
Monaco Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo Cancelled[h]
Source:[35][36]

Calendar changes[edit]

The Circuit Paul Ricard round that was run in support of the French Grand Prix was removed from the calendar. It was replaced by a round at the Circuit Zandvoort, running in support of the revived Dutch Grand Prix.[35] The Bahrain, Barcelona rounds were postponed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, while the Zandvoort, Monaco and Baku rounds were cancelled alongside the Dutch, Monaco and Azerbaijan Grand Prix.[32][34][33] A revised calendar was published in June 2020, featuring two rounds at the Red Bull Ring and two at the Silverstone Circuit.[36] On 10 July 2020, Mugello was added as the ninth round of the season. It will be the first time for this circuit to be featured in the schedule of the main Formula One feeder series since 1997 International Formula 3000 Championship.[37] On 29 July 2020, Sochi was added to the calendar as the tenth round of the season.[38]

Regulation changes[edit]

Technical changes[edit]

The series switched from conventional 13-inch wheel rims to larger 18-inch wheel rims to allow Formula One tyre supplier Pirelli to gather data on how the larger tyres would work ahead of Formula One's adoption of 18-inch wheels in 2022. In addition the Pirelli FIA Formula 2 Championship tyre sizes were also slightly altered with the front tyre width increased from 245 to 275 mm (9.6 to 10.8 in) while the rear tyre width remained same at 325 mm (12.8 in). The overall tyre diameter (front and rear) sizes were increased from 660 to 705 mm (26.0 to 27.8 in) as a result of 18-inch wheel rim introduction.[39] The conventional 13-inch wheel rims that had been used since 2011 were retired.

Results[edit]

Season summary[edit]

Round Circuit Pole position Fastest lap[40] Winning driver Winning team Report
1 F Austria Red Bull Ring China Guanyu Zhou China Guanyu Zhou[i] United Kingdom Callum Ilott United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing Report
S Brazil Felipe Drugovich Brazil Felipe Drugovich Netherlands MP Motorsport
2 F Austria Red Bull Ring Japan Yuki Tsunoda Israel Roy Nissany[j] Russia Robert Shwartzman Italy Prema Racing Report
S Israel Roy Nissany[k] Denmark Christian Lundgaard France ART Grand Prix
3 F Hungary Hungaroring United Kingdom Callum Ilott Russia Nikita Mazepin Russia Robert Shwartzman Italy Prema Racing Report
S China Guanyu Zhou Italy Luca Ghiotto United Kingdom Hitech Grand Prix
4 F United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit Brazil Felipe Drugovich China Guanyu Zhou Russia Nikita Mazepin United Kingdom Hitech Grand Prix Report
S Denmark Christian Lundgaard United Kingdom Dan Ticktum France DAMS
5 F United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit United Kingdom Callum Ilott India Jehan Daruvala[l] United Kingdom Callum Ilott United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing Report
S Denmark Christian Lundgaard[m] Japan Yuki Tsunoda United Kingdom Carlin
6 F Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Report
S
7 F Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Report
S
8 F Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza Report
S
9 F Italy Mugello Circuit Report
S
10 F Russia Sochi Autodrom Report
S

Championship standings[edit]

Scoring system[edit]

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[edit]

Pos. Driver RBR1
Austria
RBR2
Austria
HUN
Hungary
SIL1
United Kingdom
SIL2
United Kingdom
CAT
Spain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MUG
Italy
SOC
Russia
Points
1 United Kingdom Callum Ilott 1 9 5 5 8 2 5 Ret 1 6 106
2 Denmark Christian Lundgaard 4 5 6 1 Ret 13 4 2 2 21 87
3 Russia Robert Shwartzman 3 4 1 Ret 1 4 14 13 8 13 85
4 Russia Nikita Mazepin 14 10 14 8 2 5 1 5 4 8 71
5 Switzerland Louis Delétraz 7 2 19 12 7 6 6 3 5 4 64
6 Japan Yuki Tsunoda 18 11 2 Ret 16 18 3 Ret 6 1 62
7 Germany Mick Schumacher 11 7 4 Ret 3 3 9 14 7 2 61
8 China Guanyu Zhou 17 14 3 4 10 8 2 9 9 5 61
9 United Kingdom Dan Ticktum 5 3 8 2 9 NC 8 1 15 7 59
10 Brazil Felipe Drugovich 8 1 13 13 5 16 7 6 10 12 46
11 New Zealand Marcus Armstrong 2 Ret 7 3 Ret 9 16 10 14 14 34
12 United Kingdom Jack Aitken 15 8 9 6 13 19 13 8 3 3 33
13 Italy Luca Ghiotto DNS Ret 11 10 4 1 17 19† 13 10 27
14 India Jehan Daruvala 12 16 12 9 6 7 12 4 12 9 18
15 Japan Nobuharu Matsushita 9 6 17 11 12 11 10 7 11 18 9
16 France Giuliano Alesi 6 Ret 21 15 11 10 19 18 16 20 8
17 Indonesia Sean Gelael Ret Ret 10 7 17 12 15 Ret Ret DNS 3
18 Israel Roy Nissany 10 12 15 18 Ret 17 Ret 16 18 15 1
19 Russia Artem Markelov Ret 18 DNS 16 Ret 14 18 11 19 11 0
20 Brazil Pedro Piquet 13 13 18 14 14 15 11 17 21 16 0
21 Japan Marino Sato Ret 17 16 Ret Ret 20 20 12 17 17 0
22 Brazil Guilherme Samaia 16 15 20 17 15 21 21 15 20 19 0
Pos. Driver RBR1
Austria
RBR2
Austria
HUN
Hungary
SIL1
United Kingdom
SIL2
United Kingdom
CAT
Spain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MUG
Italy
SOC
Russia
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 formatting Meaning
Bold Pole position point(s)
Italics Fastest lap point(s)

Notes:

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

Teams' championship[edit]

Pos. Team No. RBR1
Austria
RBR2
Austria
HUN
Hungary
SIL1
United Kingdom
SIL2
United Kingdom
CAT
Spain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MUG
Italy
SOC
Russia
Points
1 United Kingdom UNI-Virtuosi Racing 3 17 14 3 4 10 8 2 9 9 5 167
4 1 9 5 5 8 2 5 Ret 1 6
2 Italy Prema Racing 20 11 7 4 Ret 3 3 9 14 7 2 146
21 3 4 1 Ret 1 4 14 13 8 13
3 France ART Grand Prix 5 2 Ret 7 3 Ret 9 16 10 14 14 121
6 4 5 6 1 Ret 13 4 2 2 21
4 United Kingdom Hitech Grand Prix 24 14 10 14 8 2 5 1 5 4 8 98
25 DNS Ret 11 10 4 1 17 19† 13 10
5 United Kingdom Carlin 7 18 11 2 Ret 16 18 3 Ret 6 1 80
8 12 16 12 9 6 7 12 4 12 9
6 Czech Republic Charouz Racing System 11 7 2 19 12 7 6 6 3 5 4 64
12 13 13 18 14 14 15 11 17 21 16
7 France DAMS 1 Ret Ret 10 7 17 12 15 Ret Ret DNS 62
2 5 3 8 2 9 NC 8 1 15 7
8 Netherlands MP Motorsport 14 9 6 17 11 12 11 10 7 11 18 55
15 8 1 13 13 5 16 7 6 10 12
9 Spain Campos Racing 9 15 8 9 6 13 19 13 8 3 3 33
10 16 15 20 17 15 21 21 15 20 19
10 Germany BWT HWA Racelab 16 Ret 18 DNS 16 Ret 14 18 11 19 11 8
17 6 Ret 21 15 11 10 19 18 16 20
11 Italy Trident 22 10 12 15 18 Ret 17 Ret 16 18 15 1
23 Ret 17 16 Ret Ret 20 20 12 17 17
Pos. Team No. RBR1
Austria
RBR2
Austria
HUN
Hungary
SIL1
United Kingdom
SIL2
United Kingdom
CAT
Spain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
MUG
Italy
SOC
Russia
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 formatting Meaning
Bold Pole position point(s)
Italics Fastest lap point(s)

Notes:

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

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Under the series' sporting regulations, the defending drivers' champion is not permitted to continue racing in the championship.
  2. ^ Under the numbering system used prior to 2020, Prema Racing would have been assigned #18 and #19. However, the FIA retired #19 from the series after Anthoine Hubert's death and so Prema Racing were assigned #20 and #21 instead.[8]
  3. ^ The Monaco and Budapest feature races are run over a reduced distance, with a length of 140 km (87.0 mi) and 160 km (99.4 mi) respectively.
  4. ^ 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.
  5. ^ The Bahrain races were due to take place on 21 and 22 March, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[32]
  6. ^ The Baku races were due to take place on 6 and 7 June, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[33]
  7. ^ The Zandvoort races were due to take place on 2 and 3 May, but were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[34]
  8. ^ The Monaco races were due to take place on 22 and 23 May, but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[34]
  9. ^ Guanyu Zhou set the fastest lap, but have not finished in the top 10, so he was ineligible to be a point-scorer for the fastest lap. Callum Ilott was the point-scorer instead as he set fastest lap of those finishing in the top 10.
  10. ^ Roy Nissany set the fastest lap, but have not finished in the top 10, so he was ineligible to be a point-scorer for the fastest lap. Yuki Tsunoda was the point-scorer instead as he set fastest lap of those finishing in the top 10.
  11. ^ Roy Nissany set the fastest lap, but have not finished in the top 10, so he was ineligible to be a point-scorer for the fastest lap. Christian Lundgaard was the point-scorer instead as he set fastest lap of those finishing in the top 10.
  12. ^ Jehan Daruvala set the fastest lap, but have not finished in the top 10, so he was ineligible to be a point-scorer for the fastest lap. Guanyu Zhou was the point-scorer instead as he set fastest lap of those finishing in the top 10.
  13. ^ Christian Lundgaard set the fastest lap, but have not finished in the top 10, so he was ineligible to be a point-scorer for the fastest lap. Mick Schumacher was the point-scorer instead as he set fastest lap of those finishing in the top 10.

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