2019 Monaco FIA Formula 2 round

The 2019 Monaco FIA Formula 2 round was a pair of motor races for Formula 2 cars that took place on 24 and 25 May 2019 at the Circuit de Monaco in Monte-Carlo, Monaco as part of the FIA Formula 2 Championship. It was the fourth round of the 2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship and was run in support of the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix.

Monaco  2019 Monaco Formula 2 round
Round details
Round 4 of 12 in the 2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship.
Monte Carlo Formula 1 track map.svg
Layout of the Circuit de Monaco
LocationCircuit de Monaco, Monte-Carlo, Monaco
CourseTemporary racing facility
3.337 km (2.074 mi)
Feature race
Date 24 May 2019
Laps 41
Pole position
Driver Netherlands Nyck de Vries ART Grand Prix
Time 1:20.676
Podium
First Netherlands Nyck de Vries ART Grand Prix
Second Japan Nobuharu Matsushita Carlin
Third Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara DAMS
Fastest lap
Driver Japan Nobuharu Matsushita Carlin
Time 1:22.243 (on 38)
Sprint race
Date 25 May 2019
Laps 30
Podium
First France Anthoine Hubert BWT Arden
Second Switzerland Louis Delétraz Carlin
Third China Guanyu Zhou UNI-Virtuosi
Fastest lap
Driver Canada Nicholas Latifi DAMS
Time 1:23.868 (on 30)

BackgroundEdit

Driver changesEdit

Artem Markelov made a one-off return as a replacement for Jordan King at MP Motorsport, who was competing in the 2019 Indianapolis 500 with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing.[1]

ClassificationEdit

QualifyingEdit

Group AEdit

Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Grid
1 11   Callum Ilott Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 1:21.462 2
2 9   Mick Schumacher Prema Racing 1:21.469 +0.007 4
3 5   Sérgio Sette Câmara DAMS 1:21.537 +0.075 5
4 19   Anthoine Hubert BWT Arden 1:21.675 +0.213 7
5 1   Louis Delétraz Carlin 1:21.936 +0.474 10
6 3   Nikita Mazepin ART Grand Prix 1:22.089 +0.627 12
7 21   Ralph Boschung Trident 1:22.233 +0.771 14
8 7   Guanyu Zhou UNI-Virtuosi 1:22.772 +1.310 16
9 15   Jack Aitken Campos Racing 1:22.877 +1.415 18
10 17   Mahaveer Raghunathan MP Motorsport 1:26.522 +5.060 20
Source:[2]

Group BEdit

Pos. No. Driver Team Time Gap Grid
1 4   Nyck de Vries ART Grand Prix 1:20.676 1
2 8   Luca Ghiotto UNI-Virtuosi 1:20.924 +0.248 3
3 6   Nicholas Latifi DAMS 1:21.130 +0.454 81
4 10   Sean Gelael Prema Racing 1:21.598 +0.922 6
5 2   Nobuharu Matsushita Carlin 1:21.807 +1.131 9
6 16   Artem Markelov MP Motorsport 1:22.086 +1.410 11
7 14   Dorian Boccolacci Campos Racing 1:22.290 +1.614 13
8 12   Juan Manuel Correa Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 1:22.437 +1.761 15
9 20   Giuliano Alesi Trident 1:22.785 +2.109 17
10 18   Tatiana Calderón BWT Arden 1:24.791 +4.115 19
Source:[2]
Notes
  • ^1Nicholas Latifi was given a three-place grid penalty for exiting the pit lane whilst the pit exit light was red.

Feature raceEdit

Pos. No. Driver Entrant Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 4   Nyck de Vries ART Grand Prix 41 1:30:56.153 1 25 (4)
2 2   Nobuharu Matsushita Carlin 41 +4.046 9 18 (2)
3 5   Sérgio Sette Câmara DAMS 41 +5.470 5 15
4 14   Dorian Boccolacci Campos Racing 41 +9.120 13 12
5 7   Guanyu Zhou UNI-Virtuosi 41 +1:02.548 16 10
6 16   Artem Markelov MP Motorsport 40 +1 lap 11 8
7 1   Louis Delétraz Carlin 40 +1 lap 10 6
8 19   Anthoine Hubert BWT Arden 40 +1 lap 7 4
9 21   Ralph Boschung Trident 40 +1 lap1 14 2
10 3   Nikita Mazepin ART Grand Prix 40 +1 lap 12 1
11 20   Giuliano Alesi Trident 40 +1 lap 17
12 6   Nicholas Latifi DAMS 40 +1 lap 8
13 9   Mick Schumacher Prema Racing 40 +1 lap2 4
14 17   Mahaveer Raghunathan MP Motorsport 39 +2 laps3 20
15 18   Tatiana Calderón BWT Arden 39 +2 laps 19
16 12   Juan Manuel Correa Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 37 Accident 15
17 15   Jack Aitken Campos Racing 36 Collision damage 18
Ret 10   Sean Gelael Prema Racing 32 Collision damage 6
DNS 11   Callum Ilott Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 0 Mechanical 2
DSQ 8   Luca Ghiotto UNI-Virtuosi 41 Disqualified4 3
Fastest lap: Nobuharu Matsushita (Carlin) — 1:22.243 (on lap 38)
Source:[2]
Notes
  • ^1Ralph Boschung was given a ten-second time penalty for leaving the track and gaining an advantage.
  • ^2Mick Schumacher was given a five-second time penalty for leaving the track and gaining an advantage.
  • ^3Mahaveer Raghunathan was given a five-second time penalty for leaving the track and gaining an advantage as well as a twenty-second time penalty for causing an avoidable collision with Jack Aitken.[3]
  • ^4Luca Ghiotto originally finished 2nd but was disqualified for his car using rack stops of a thickness that did not comply with the sporting regulations.[3]

Sprint raceEdit

Pos. No. Driver Entrant Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 19   Anthoine Hubert BWT Arden 30 44:23.388 1 15
2 1   Louis Delétraz Carlin 30 +0.059 2 12
3 7   Guanyu Zhou UNI-Virtuosi 30 +0.922 4 10
4 16   Artem Markelov MP Motorsport 30 +2.459 3 8
5 14   Dorian Boccolacci Campos Racing 30 +13.689 5 6
6 5   Sérgio Sette Câmara DAMS 30 +16.322 6 4
7 4   Nyck de Vries ART Grand Prix 30 +16.952 8 2
8 3   Nikita Mazepin ART Grand Prix 30 +17.337 10 1
9 2   Nobuharu Matsushita Carlin 30 +18.770 7
10 6   Nicholas Latifi DAMS 30 +19.335 12 (2)
11 9   Mick Schumacher Prema Racing 30 +21.559 13
12 12   Juan Manuel Correa Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 30 +22.639 16
13 15   Jack Aitken Campos Racing 30 +23.284 17
14 11   Callum Ilott Sauber Junior Team by Charouz 30 +24.813 19
15 10   Sean Gelael Prema Racing 29 +1 lap 18
Ret 20   Giuliano Alesi Trident 17 Collision 11
Ret 21   Ralph Boschung Trident 9 Mechanical 9
Ret 17   Mahaveer Raghunathan MP Motorsport 6 Collision 15
Ret 8   Luca Ghiotto UNI-Virtuosi 6 Collision 20
Ret 18   Tatiana Calderón BWT Arden 2 Collision 14
Fastest lap: Sean Gelael (Prema Racing) – 1:23.318 (on lap 27)1
Source:[2]
Notes
  • ^1Sean Gelael set the fastest lap, but finished outside the top 10, so he was ineligible to score points for the fastest lap. The two bonus points for the fastest lap were awarded to Nicholas Latifi as he finished inside the top 10.

Championship standings after the roundEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Allen, Peter. "Artem Markelov returns to F2 for Monaco as substitute for Jordan King". formulascout.com. Formula Scout. Retrieved 18 May 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d "2019 FIA Formula 2 Monaco results". FIA Formula 2 Championship. FIA Formula 2. 24 May 2019. Retrieved 24 May 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Round 4 post Feautre Race penalties". FIA Formula 2 Championship. 24 May 2019. Retrieved 24 May 2019.

External linksEdit


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