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About FIA
Formula 2

FIA Formula 2 is a single-seater championship organised by the FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile).

The series was introduced in 2017, following the rebranding of the long-term Formula One feeder series GP2.

In 2023, there will be 14 race weekends as part of the Formula 1 supporting programme, including among others Melbourne, Monaco, Zandvoort and Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.

Unlike in F3, there are 2 different tyre compounds available per race weekend.

To promote overtaking, there is DRS, just like in Formula 1. A wing on the rear wing is folded up when you are within one second of the car in front in order to obtain more top speed.

FIA Formula 2 represents a crucial step for aspiring drivers seeking to make their mark in the world of Formula One. With its blend of skill, strategy, and high-speed, this championship continues to nurture the talents of young racing drivers.


Race weekend schedule:


Like in F3, Formula 2 awards 2 points for the pole position.

In the sprint race there are 10 points for victory, 9 points for second place, 8 points for third place and so on down to one point for 10th place.

For the feature race, the points system familiar from Formula 1 will be used with 25 points for first place, 18 points for second place and 15 points for third place.

There is one mandatory pitstop during the feature race, because each of the 2 tyre compounds of the race weekend must be used in the race.

In each race, one point will be awarded to the driver who achieves the fastest lap time.



aix racing formula 2 championship car

As the Formula 2 Championship is a spec series, the Dallara F2 2018 Chassis is raced by every team and driver competing in the series.

The chassis consists of Carbon fiber monocoque with honeycomb structure.

Overall length: 5284 mm

Overall width: 1900 mm

Overall height: 1097 mm (including FOM roll hoop camera)

Wheelbase: 3135 mm

V6 – 3.4 litre single turbo charged Mecachrome engine.

Rated to 620 HP @ 8750 rpm.

Fly by wire accelerator system.

Rebuild after 8000 km.

Maximum Torque 570 Nm @ 6000 rpm.

6-speed longitudinal Hewland sequential gearbox.

Electro-hydraulic command via paddle shift from steering wheel.

ZF SACHS Carbon clutch.

No on-board starter.

Non hydraulic ramp differential.

O.Z. Racing magnesium rims.

18” x 12” front wheel dimension.

18” x 13.7” rear wheel dimension.

F2 specific Pirelli slick / wet tyres.

TPMS Texense (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System).

Non-assisted rack and pinion steering system – FIA 2024 specification.

New XAP steering wheel with dashboard, gear change, clutch and DRS paddles, marshalling & VSC display.

Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h: 2.9s

Acceleration 0 – 200 km/h: 6.6s

Top speed: 335 km/h