With the 2020 Formula Two finale just weeks away, we have caught up with Renault F1 Academy member and UNI-Virtuosi driver, Guanyu Zhou to reflect on his journey and look ahead to the future.
Formula Two and Three have jointly announced their 2021 calendars which features three new circuits as both categories begin life apart after 11 seasons racing on same race weekends together.
FIA Formula Two and Formula Three series have jointly announced a series of cost cutting measures, including a split which sees both no series no longer racing on the same weekends.
2020 Formula Three Vice-Champion, Theo Pourchaire is to graduate into Formula Two and will drive for HWA Racelab in the final two rounds in Bahrain at end of November.
Guanyu Zhou claimed his maiden Formula Two victory in a dramatic sprint race which was curtailed after seven laps, following a huge smash involving Jack Aitken and Luca Ghiotto.
Mick Schumacher snatched a thrilling Russian Feature Race victory to extend his championship lead over Callum Ilott to 18 points.
With a fierce title fight raging, Formula Two headed to Sochi, Russia, for the tenth round of the 2020 season as Yuki Tsunoda took pole position to boost his fading title hopes after dramatic Practice and Qualifying sessions.
Christian Lundgaard dominated the 2020 Tuscan Sprint Race to boost his title dreams whilst Mick Schumacher extended his championship lead over Callum Ilott.
Nikita Mazepin overcame a dramatic finish to clinch victory in the Tuscan Feature Race in a Hitech GP one-two finish ahead of Luca Ghiotto, as Mick Schumacher claimed the championship lead.
Dan Ticktum dominated the 2020 Italian Sprint Race to take a comfortable victory whilst Callum Ilott reclaimed the championship lead in a British one-two finish.
Mick Schumacher benefitted from a costly mistake by Callum Ilott to take victory in the Italian Feature Race and blow the Formula Two title race wide open.