FIA Formula 2

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Latest FIA F2 News

    In November 2017, Fortec Motorsport announced the entry into the FIA Formula 2 from the season 2018 onwards. Fortec will be joined from a number of engineers and technical experts to oversee races and the development of the new car, which will be delivered to all teams in February 2018.

    Event Calendar

    15th AprilSakhirBahrain
    29th AprilBakuAzerbaijan
    13th MayBarcelonaSpain
    27th MayMonacoMonaco
    24th JunePaul RicardFrance
    1st JulyRed Bull RingAustria
    8th JulySilverstoneUK
    29th JulyHungaroringHungary
    26th AugustSpa FrancorchampsBelgium
    2nd SeptemberMonzaItaly
    30th SeptemberSochiRussia
    25th NovemberYas MarinaAbu Dhabi

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    Series Info

    Forging a new beginning for the penultimate rung of the open-wheel motorsport ladder, an agreement has been made between the FIA and the former GP2 Series Organisation to create the ultimate training ground for Formula 1 for 2017 in the new FIA Formula 2 Championship (F2). The combination of the prestige of the FIA and the organisational prowess of GP2 have been brought together to create a championship that will be the ideal preparation for the top step: Formula 1.

    And this starts with two things: the combination of a fast, safe, high tech car with a talent pool of the best up-and-coming drivers in single-seater motorsport, to ensure a championship that is a must-see for fans of real racing.

    The championship will also provide the opportunity for drivers to show their ability in front of the F1 teams as they compete on world-renowned circuits throughout Europe and the Middle East, in a car created to ensure that the challenge for the teams is maintained.

    Tech Specs

    Overall length: 5065 mm
    Overall width: 1800 mm
    Overall height: 1072 mm (including FOM roll hoop camera)
    Wheelbase: 3120 mm
    Overall weight: 688 kg (driver on-board)

    V8 – 4 litre naturally aspirated – 612 HP @ 10.000 rpm – made by Mecachrome.
    8 in 1 exhaust.
    Fly by wire accelerator system.
    Rebuild after 3600 to 4000 km.
    Torque 500Nm @ 8000 rpm.

    0 – 100 km/h, 2.90 sec
    0 – 200 km/h, 6.60 sec
    Maximum speed: 330 km/h (Monza aero configuration)
    Max. braking deceleration -3.5 G
    Max. lateral acceleration +/- 3.9 G

    Monocoque and Bodywork
    Survival cell – Sandwich Carbon/aluminium honeycomb structure made by Dallara.
    Front and rear wing – Carbon structures made by Dallara.
    Bodywork – Carbon – Kevlar honeycomb structures made by Dallara.

    Steering system
    Non assisted rack and pinion steering system.
    XAP steering wheel with dashboard, marshalling display, gear change and clutch paddles.

    6-speed longitudinal Hewland sequential gearbox.
    Electro-hydraulic command via paddle shift from steering wheel.
    AP Carbon clutch.
    No on-board starter, anti-stall system.
    Non hydraulic ramp differential.

    Fuel cell
    FIA Standard.
    Premier FT5 125 litres.

    Electronic features
    Magneti Marelli Marvel 8 ECU/GCU including data logging system.
    XAP power supply management unit.
    CAN data acquisition pre-equipment.
    Beacon receiver.

    Double steel wishbones, pushrod operated, twin dampers and torsion bars suspension (F) and spring suspension (R).
    Adjustable ride height, camber and toe.
    Two way (F) / Four way (R) adjustable Koni dampers.
    Adjustable anti-roll bar (Front/Rear).

    6 pistons monobloc Brembo callipers.
    Hitco carbon-carbon brake discs and pads.

    Wheels and tyres
    O.Z. Racing.
    Magnesium rims
    13” x 12” front
    13” x 13.7” rear
    GP2 series specific Pirelli slick tyres.

    Safety standards
    FIA F1 safety standards including: Front, side, rear and steering column impact tests.
    Front and rear roll hoop, impact structures and monocoque push tests.
    Anti-intrusion survival cell protection panels.
    Wheel retainer safety cables.

    Extinguisher System
    LIFELINE (electrically operated).

    Camera equipment
    Roll hoop, nose cone and face shot camera pre-equipment.

    Exact functionality of DRS used in Formula One.
    Hydraulic activation.