The Formula 2 never disappoints. This Sunday the outcome of the victory was not known until the last three laps of a short race and the ‘sprint’ where the weakening of the tires played a fundamental role. Yuki Tsunoda took the victoria (his first in F2) by taking advantage of an incident between the two Prema cars in the touch between Shwartzman and Mick Schumacher that was settled without penalty despite the German driver closing the door on his teammate at Brooklands.
In addition, the worst stopped of the controversial action was the Russian pilot Robert Shwartzman who finished in thirteenth position given that the touch with Schumacher caused his front wing to be damaged and thus jeopardizing the end of the race.
Jack Aitken, who on Saturday’s race got on the podium, again savored the ‘champagne’ this Sunday by closing the last drawer with a third position that tastes like glory for the Spanish Campos Racing team. The British-Korean driver made the most of his car’s performance and had one of his best performances so far in the championship.
As to Callum ilot, who achieved victory in Saturday’s long race, finished in a creditable sixth place behind his teammate Guanyu Zhou that returned to leave flashes of its quality with great overtaking. Without a doubt, the two UNI-Virtuosi drivers are one of the strongest pairs on the F2 grid.
A race that did not have major incidents and where the racers suffered more than necessary to be able to reach the end of it with the tires.