All in all both mods are the best by far it all comes down to which championship you want to race in and which drivers you want to manage.
After a five-week hiatus, the FIA Formula 2 Championship springs back to life this weekend for the penultimate round of the season at Spain’s Circuito de Jerez, with Gustav Malja determined to put on a strong performance as he returns to racing action.
A collision for the lead on the last lap elevated the 22-year-old to P4, with a post-race time penalty for one of his rivals subsequently promoting Nicholas to P3.
The last round of the Formula 2 season before the summer break takes place at the Hungaroring circuit just outside of Budapest, a track which traces its history back to 1986. We are now past the halfway point in the championship, with Charles Leclerc storming ahead at the top of the driver standings
Nicholas Latifi put in a racing masterclass to easily claim his maiden FIA Formula 2 win with a strong drive in cold conditions in this morning’s Sprint Race in Silverstone, building a big lead before controlling the restart from a late safety car to win ahead of RUSSIAN TIME’s Luca Ghiotto and Artem Markelov.
Canadian driver Nicholas Latifi stormed to second in the Feature Race, with Briton Oliver Rowland flying to third in the Sprint Race, as the Renault Sport F1 Development Drivers took the DAMS team’s podium tally to nine for the season.