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2019 Spielberg Formula 2 Round
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Round details
Round 6 of 12 in the 2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship.
RedBull Ring vector map.png
Layout of the Red Bull Ring
LocationRed Bull Ring
Spielberg, Styria, Austria
CoursePermanent racing circuit
4.318 km (2.683 mi)
Feature race
Sprint race

The 2019 Spielberg Formula 2 round was a pair of motor races for Formula 2 cars that took place on 29 and 30 June 2019 at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, in Austria as part of the FIA Formula 2 Championship. It was the sixth round of the 2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship and ran in support of the 2019 Austrian Grand Prix.

Background

Driver changes

Mahaveer Raghunathan received a one-race ban after reaching twelve penalty points on his racing license during the Paul Ricard feature race.[1] His seat at MP Motorsport for the round was taken by Patricio O'Ward.[2]

Elsewhere, Dorian Boccolacci was replaced at Campos Racing by Arjun Maini,[3] and Ralph Boschung left Trident with Ryan Tveter taking his place for the round.[4]

Classification

Qualifying

Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Grid
1 4 Netherlands Nyck de Vries ART Grand Prix 1:14.143 - 1
2 19 France Anthoine Hubert BWT Arden 1:14.309 +0.166 2
3 7 China Guanyu Zhou UNI-Virtuosi 1:14.371 +0.228 3
4 2 Carlin 1:14.399 +0.256 4
5 8 Italy Luca Ghiotto UNI-Virtuosi 1:14.429 +0.286 5
6 6 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 1:14.483 +0.340 6
7 9 Germany Mick Schumacher Prema Racing 1:14.488 +0.345 7
8 1 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Carlin 1:14.625 +0.482 8
9 5 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara DAMS 1:14.709 +0.566 9
10 11 United Kingdom Callum Ilott Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 1:14.755 +0.612 10
11 10 Indonesia Sean Gelael Prema Racing 1:14.808 +0.665 11
12 3 Russia Nikita Mazepin ART Grand Prix 1:14.882 +0.739 12
13 12 United States Juan Manuel Correa 1:14.887 +0.744 13
14 15 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Campos Racing 1:14.986 +0.843 14
15 16 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 1:15.139 +0.996 15
16 20 France Giuliano Alesi Trident 1:15.212 +1.069 16
17 17 United States Patricio O'Ward MP Motorsport 1:15.327 +1.184 17
18 14 India Arjun Maini Campos Racing 1:15.363 +1.220 18
19 21 United States Ryan Tveter Trident 1:15.435 +1.292 19
20 18 Colombia Tatiana Calderón BWT Arden 1:16.164 +2.021 20
Source:[5]

Feature race

Pos. No. Driver Entrant Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 2 Carlin 40 53:32.606 4 25
2 8 Italy Luca Ghiotto UNI-Virtuosi 40 +2.963 5 18
3 4 Netherlands Nyck de Vries ART Grand Prix 40 +10.428 1 15 (4)
4 19 France Anthoine Hubert BWT Arden 40 +10.786 2 12
5 5 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara DAMS 40 +12.7201 9 10 (2)
6 7 China Guanyu Zhou UNI-Virtuosi 40 +15.514 3 8
7 1 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Carlin 40 +16.5412 8 6
8 16 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 40 +22.321 15 4
9 6 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 40 +23.184 6 2
10 15 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Campos Racing 40 +32.919 14 1
11 12 United States Juan Manuel Correa Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 40 +35.892 13
12 3 Russia Nikita Mazepin ART Grand Prix 40 +35.988 12
13 20 France Giuliano Alesi Trident 40 +39.890 16
14 11 United Kingdom Callum Ilott 40 +46.138 10
15 21 United States Ryan Tveter Trident 40 +1:10.057 19
16 10 Indonesia Sean Gelael Prema Racing 40 +1:15.742 11
17 18 Colombia Tatiana Calderón BWT Arden 40 +1:16.586 20
18 9 Germany Mick Schumacher Prema Racing 39 +1 lap 7
19 17 United States Patricio O'Ward MP Motorsport 39 +1 lap 17
DSQ 14 India Arjun Maini Campos Racing 40 Disqualified3 18
Fastest lap: Sérgio Sette Câmara (DAMS) — 1:18.209 (on lap 34)
Source:[5]
Notes
  • ^1 - Sérgio Sette Câmara was given a five-second time penalty for causing a collision.
  • ^2 - Louis Delétraz was given a five-second time penalty for speeding in the pit lane.
  • ^3 - Arjun Maini originally finished 15th but was disqualified after his tyres were found to have been fitted incorrectly before the race start.

Sprint race

Pos. No. Driver Entrant Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 5 Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara DAMS 28 38:45.691 4 15
2 8 Italy Luca Ghiotto UNI-Virtuosi 28 +0.563 7 12
3 4 Netherlands Nyck de Vries ART Grand Prix 28 +5.536 6 10 (2)
4 9 Germany Mick Schumacher Prema Racing 28 +5.781 18 8
5 2 Carlin 28 +6.269 8 6
6 6 Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS 28 +13.230 9 4
7 16 United Kingdom Jordan King MP Motorsport 28 +14.095 1 2
8 7 China Guanyu Zhou UNI-Virtuosi 28 +15.086 3 1
9 11 United Kingdom Callum Ilott Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 28 +15.659 14
10 12 United States Juan Manuel Correa 28 +16.607 11
11 3 Russia Nikita Mazepin ART Grand Prix 28 +18.290 12
12 10 Indonesia Sean Gelael Prema Racing 28 +19.486 16
13 18 Colombia Tatiana Calderón BWT Arden 28 +21.136 17
14 17 United States Patricio O'Ward MP Motorsport 28 +22.294 19
15 14 India Arjun Maini Campos Racing 28 +22.856 20
16 21 United States Ryan Tveter Trident 28 +25.302 15
17 19 France Anthoine Hubert BWT Arden 28 +29.0571 5
18 15 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Campos Racing 28 +40.5372 10
Ret 1 Switzerland Louis Delétraz Carlin 19 Accident 2
Ret 20 France Giuliano Alesi Trident 3 Retired 13
Fastest lap: Nyck de Vries (ART Grand Prix) — 1:18.159 (on lap 3)3
Source:[5]
Notes
  • ^1 - Anthoine Hubert originally finished 16th but was given a five-second time penalty for causing a collision.
  • ^2 - Jack Aitken was given a five-second time penalty for causing a collision and an additional five-second time penalty for a violation of the minimum delta time under the safety car.
  • ^3 - Nyck de Vries and Sérgio Sette Câmara set the same fastest lap times, but de Vries was awarded the points for fastest lap as he was the first to achieve the lap time.

Championship standings after the round

References

  1. ^ Lumb, Tim (23 June 2019). "Raghunathan race ban tops Paul Ricard F2 and F3 penalty list". formulascout.com. Formula Scout. Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ "2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship ENTRY LIST Spielberg". fia.com. FIA. 25 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ "Arjun Msini returns to F2 with Campos Racing". FIA Formula 2 Championship. Archived from the original on 26 June 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ Khorounzhiy, Valentin (27 June 2019). "Tveter to make F2 debut with Trident". Motorsport.com. Motorsport Network. Retrieved 2019.
  5. ^ a b c "2019 FIA Formula 2 Red Bull Ring results". FIA Formula 2 Championship. FIA Formula 2. 30 June 2019. Archived from the original on 30 March 2019. Retrieved 2019.

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