How F2 Compares

 

For young aspiring drivers, the cost of reaching their ultimate goal of Formula One can be extremely high and often extremely prohibiting.

By running Formula Two as a single team operation, MSV have been able to dramatically reduce costs without sacrificing quality. Engineering standards are superb, while the F2 car has been designed by the Williams F1 team and has proved excellent from the outset.

To see how Formula Two compares to rival series, click on the thumbnails below (figures shown are based on 2011 costs for a car/team with a proven opportunity to win):

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"A primary objective for the FIA with the new Formula Two Championship has been to provide outstanding accessibility for talented aspiring F1 drivers, recognising that many do not have access to the budgets required to run with a team capable of winning in comparable international single seater championships."
Formula Two Chief Executive Jonathan Palmer

2012 Championship
FINAL STANDINGS
1.
231.5pts
2.
210pts
3.
196pts
4.
169pts
5.
161pts
6.
159.5pts
7.
115pts
8.
106.5pts
10.
27pts
Monza
Race 1
1.
21 laps
2.
+2.827s
3.
+15.712s
4.
+17.676s
6.
+26.447s
7.
+32.113s
8.
+36.188s
9.
+41.745s
10.
+49.825s
Monza
Race 2
1.
21 laps
2.
+4.780s
3.
+6.366s
4.
+6.957s
5.
+7.030s
6.
+12.867s
7.
+16.007s
8.
+18.338s
9.
+21.106s
10.
+24.803s
 
 
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