Leading junior single-seater team Carlin has attracted investment from New Zealand-based manufacturer Rodin Cars and has rebranded as Rodin Carlin.
Jehan Daruvala will join his 2022 Prema team mate Dennis Hauger at reigning Formula 2 champions MP Motorsport this year, claiming the final place on the grid.
FIA Formula 3 champion Victor Martins will join Theo Pourchaire at ART for his first season in Formula 2, the team has confirmed.
Sauber junior driver Theo Pourchaire will remain at ART for a third consecutive season in Formula 2 in 2023, the team has confirmed.
Red Bull has announced its full line-up of Formula 1 juniors for 2023, and it includes six drivers who are racing in Formula 2.
Trident have completed their 2023 Formula 2 line-up with the signing of Roman Stanek, a winner with the team in Formula 3.
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Max Verstappen clinched the Formula 1 championship in anti-climactic circumstances at Suzuka, but the title fights disappointed in many single-seater series this year.
Juan Manuel Correa, who suffered a life-threatening Formula 2 crash in 2019, will return to the series full-time next year.
Van Amersfoort Racing have announced Richard Verschoor as their first driver signing for the 2023 Formula 2 season.
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Development of F2’s next car, coming in 2024, is being done with the FIA to meet targets set out by president Mohammed ben Sulayem.
Virtuosi Racing has announced Amaury Cordeel and Alpine junior Jack Doohan as its Formula 2 line-up for the 2023 season.
PHM Racing by Charouz, the new tie-up between F4 team PHM and current F2 squad Charouz Racing System, has announced its F2 drivers for 2023
The 2023 Formula 2 grid is growing, with two teams announcing driver signings ahead of this week’s post-season test.
Arthur Leclerc will make his debut in Formula 2 next year, joining the DAMS team as he steps up from Formula 3.
Ayumu Iwasa held off champion Felipe Drugovich to win the final feature race in Yas Marina while Logan Sargeant secured his F1 superlicence for 2023.
Red Bull-backed junior driver Liam Lawson won the Formula 2 sprint race at the Yas Marina circuit, after stepping in for Max Verstappen in F1 practice.
Felipe Drugovich admitted he was caught out when he had to make a rapid transition from testing a Formula 1 car to qualifying his regular Formula 2 machine.