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2015 GP2 drivers and teams


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    Iestyn Davies

    Great news for Stoneman to get that FR3.5 chance with Red Bull. In a similar vein, Honda have announced their plans for 2015, which includes 2014 Japanese F3 champion Nobuharu Matsushita replacing Takuya Izawa at ART GP. Izawa will drive in Super Formula, alongside Fabio Leimer, Narain Karthikeyan, Daisuke Nakajima and Bertrand Baguette.

    Binder is also confirmed alongside Marciello at Trident.

    Tom L.

    ART have announced Japanese F3 champion Nobuharu Matsushita alongside Vandoorne:


    Sauber’s reserve, Sergey Sirotkin joins Rapax.


    Negrao confirmed at Arden
    Russian Time retain line-up but isport give the management to virtuosi


    Alexander Rossi confirmed at Racing Engineering:

    Racing Engineering are pleased to announce that Alexander Rossi will drive alongside Jordan King for the 2015 GP2 Series. The 23 year old Californian will drive the number 8 car with the Spanish team for his third, but first full season in GP2.

    Alexander began racing in karts in 2002 and just four years later, after winning National and International championships, he became the youngest ever open wheel racing Champion in American racing history. In 2008 the young American won the Formula BMW World Champion holding the most series poles (10) and victories (14). His success saw him earn a test drive with the Sauber F1 Team and he made history again by becoming the youngest driver, at just 18 years old, to hold a Formula One Super License.

    Alexander quickly moved up to the more powerful single seaters and was soon winning again taking victories in GP3 ! and World Series by Renault before taking his maiden GP2 Series victory at the final race of the 2013 season at the Yas Marina circuit. The past four years has seen Alexander involved within Formula 1 and in the role of Official Reserve Driver within the Caterham and Marussia Formula 1 Teams, driving the series challengers, logging thousands of kilometers and working with the teams to develop the car.

    Alexander will join the team in Abu Dhabi for the first of the pre-season tests, and both he and Racing Engineering are looking forward to a great season ahead.


    So there are now just eight places left:


    Julian Leal
    Marco Sorensen


    Arthur Pic
    Rio Haryanto


    Pierre Gasly
    Alex Lynn


    Stoffel Vandoorne
    Nobuharo Matsushita


    Raffaele Marciello
    Rene Binder


    Norman Nato
    Andre Negrao

    Racing Engineering

    Jordan King
    Alexander Rossi

    Russian Time

    Mitch Evans
    Artem Markelov


    Sergey Sirotkin


    Nathanael Berthon







    R.J. O’Connell

    What’s ART’s contingency plan if Stoffel Vandoorne bolts for Manor? Esteban Ocon?

    I’m also interested in what Status and Hilmer will do for drivers. I’ve heard almost nothing from them. Sandy Stuvik is supposed to be pencilled in at Rapax, pending official confirmation.


    I think Ocon will partner Stanaway at Status.
    But I can’t see Stuvik in GP2. GP3 suits him much.

    Iestyn Davies

    That would be a good line-up, I wish to see them both in GP2.

    Can Status afford to hire them both, and still pay the bills? @billyos


    Moreover, I’m thinking about where will Bernstoff end up?
    MP or Hilmer


    Status have confirmed their first driver – Lotus junior Marlon Stockinger:


    Perhaps, Ocon will be there. If Lotus prevents his seat as they already stop funding. It will be Stanaway.


    @rjoconnell You got it wrong about the Rapax…

    R.J. O’Connell

    Fair game, @billyos ! Though Visoiu’s appointment was a real shock. He just said he was retiring a month ago, and honestly I have very little confidence he’ll crack the top 20 given how much he struggled to progress in GP3.

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