2016 GP2 drivers and teams
Tagged: Antonio Giovinazzi
- 22nd December 2015, 20:50 at 8:50 pm #310755Cory EvansParticipant
I’d love to see Rosenqvist get a shot at GP2. Obviously he’s had a lot of years in F3, but that could be a good thing as he could potentially go straight in at the top end of GP2.28th December 2015, 8:29 at 8:29 am #310791
Sirotkin and Matshita ART 2016? – http://www.motorsport.com/gp2/news/sirotkin-in-talks-with-art-for-2016-gp2-season-664817/29th December 2015, 0:04 at 12:04 am #310828
Sirotkin would certainly have to be a serious title contender if he goes to ART.29th December 2015, 18:42 at 6:42 pm #310835
Sirotkin to Arden 2016? Arden are backmarkers in GP2 most of the time but can they be at the front like in FR 3.5?30th December 2015, 21:58 at 9:58 pm #310841
I want to like the possibility of Sirotkin at Arden. They’re a better GP3 team than people realize. And they’re going to be partnering up with Jota Sport, one of the best LMP2 teams in the world. If they can land a driver at that caliber, it must mean that they’re going to retool and make a big push back to the front of the GP2 field.
Then again, I was sold on Raffaele Marciello at Trident because if they could get career-best results out of the previously problematic Cecotto and Canamasas, they could surely turn a former European F3 champ into a title contender in GP2. This is why I don’t prognosticate the junior formulae. ;)10th January 2016, 21:23 at 9:23 pm #311299AnonymousInactive
It’s quite a bit of time since the last piece of news about GP2 came out. With so many drivers rumoured to be already in agreements with teams (Sirotkin, Gelael, etc.) could it be that the teams are waiting to find out what will happen when, and if, the change to Formula 2 happens? A meeting to discuss the changes was rumoured to be planned for January, but of course there’s no time for these changes to take place before 2017 – why not announce the calendar yet? A change in name can be announced the day before the season starts, and a new car is not urgent.15th January 2016, 8:30 at 8:30 am #311503Keith CollantineKeymaster
Big chance for Sergey Sirotkin as he joins ART for his second season in GP2:15th January 2016, 9:31 at 9:31 am #311506Iestyn DaviesParticipant
Interesting, Sirotkin has to be the championship favourite now! Will be interesting to see if Evans and Lynn can take it to him.
Confirmed so far:
ART – 2 – Sergey Sirotkin
DAMS – 5 – Alex Lynn
DAMS – 6 – Nicolas Latifi
Campos – 7 – Mitch Evans
Campos – 8 – Sean Gelael
Russian Time – 9 – Artem Markelov15th January 2016, 17:08 at 5:08 pm #311520
Marciello is confirmed for one of the other twenty vacant seats, though no longer with the FDA.
Also, how about it, Sergey!15th January 2016, 18:14 at 6:14 pm #311521Iestyn DaviesParticipant
Spoke too soon – Jordan King resigns for another year at Racing Engineering, in the #3 car:
Good to see Marciello return for a 3rd/title push season, same for Gasly and Rosenqvist, hopefully at Prema.18th January 2016, 13:32 at 1:32 pm #31160019th January 2016, 7:20 at 7:20 am #311610
It seem’s like the main core of the grid are staying on the grid eg Sirotkin, Lynn, Gasly ,Marciello, Evans, Markleov, King. In the coming days would be happy to see Rowland to switch to GP2 with Prema and Matsushita stay on19th January 2016, 15:12 at 3:12 pm #311630
Antonio Giovinazzi is making a much-deserved move up to GP2 at Prema Powerteam after finishing runner-up in last year’s European Formula 3 Championship:
And Jagonya Ayam Campos Racing makes it officially official with Evans and Gelael:
— Campos Racing (@CamposRacing) January 19, 201625th January 2016, 16:46 at 4:46 pm #31176628th January 2016, 10:08 at 10:08 am #311935Keith CollantineKeymaster
Arthur Pic will be back for a third season, at Rapax.
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