With all 22 drivers in place for the new Formula 2 season, which are most in need of a major result in 2023 to keep their Formula 1 dreams alive?
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.
Of the 40 drivers who competed in FIA Formula 3 this year, these are the 10 drivers whose performance impressed us the most.
Ayumu Iwasa snatched a surprise pole position from DAMS team mate Roy Nissany to top the final qualifying session of the Formula 2 season at the Yas Marina circuit.
Zane Maloney, who finished runner-up in the FIA Formula 3 championship this year, will make his Formula 2 debut in next week’s season finale at Yas Marina.
Victor Martins narrowly emerged the FIA Formula 3 champion under a red flag as the final race of the season did not reach full distance.
Franco Colapinto won the FIA Formula 3 Monza sprint race from pole, while behind him chaos ensued for the drivers at the top of the championship standings.
Alexander Smolyar secured his second FIA Formula 3 pole position of the season, as title contender Isack Hadjar crashed out of the session.
Zane Maloney secured his second consecutive FIA Formula 3 feature race win after battling back against Victor Martins’ charge off the line.
Caio Collet won the FIA Formula 3 sprint race at Zandvoort while Juan Manuel Correa scored his first podium finish since his terrible Spa crash.
Zane Maloney took his second FIA Formula 3 pole of the year at Zandvoort, after qualifying ended early due to a red flag.
Zane Maloney, who was involved in a frightening accident during Saturday’s Sprint Race, took his first FIA Formula 3 win in the feature race at Spa.
Ferrari academy driver Oliver Bearman took his maiden win in FIA Formula 3, in red flag-interrupted sprint race around Spa-Francorchamps.
Caio Collet took pole in Formula 3, the seventh different pole winner this year in the series, while title leaders floundered around a wet Spa.
Alexander Smolyar has taken his first win of the Formula 3 season, and the first for an Authorised Neutral Driver, in a rain-affected race at the Hungaroring.
Caio Collet won a wet Formula 3 sprint race at the Hungaroring from fourth on the grid while title rivals Isack Hadjar and Arthur Leclerc hit trouble in the final laps.
Alexander Smolyar took pole for the Hungaroring Formula 3 round as Reece Ushijima lost second on the grid with his final time deleted for track limits.
Red Bull junior Isack Hadjar won the Austrian FIA Formula 3 feature race from pole position in drying conditions which saw drivers struggle with tyres.
Red Bull-backed junior Jak Crawford won his first FIA Formula 3 race in a hectic sprint race around the Red Bull Ring.
Isack Hadjar claimed pole in a hectic FIA Formula 3 qualifying session around the Red Bull Ring ended two minutes early by a red flag.