Formula 2 post-season testing at Yas Marina

Formula 2 post-season testing at Yas Marina

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FIA Formula 2 will return one last time for 2023 at Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi with post-season testing taking place from Wednesday 29th November through Friday 1st December.

This event will mark the last appearance of the Dallara F2 2018 model on the track, paving the way for the introduction of the Dallara F2 2024 model next year.


Testing is an opportunity for teams and drivers to gear up for the 2024 season. Several rookie drivers will be experiencing their inaugural drives in Formula 2 cars, while seasoned drivers from the 2023 season aim to leverage their expertise during these tests while they work with the teams to focus on their race setup ahead of 2024.

Each day will consist of two distinct sessions: morning sessions from 09:00 to 12:00 local time (GMT+4), and afternoon sessions from 14:00 to 17:00 local time.

Pirelli is supplying both soft and medium compound tyres, identical to those used in the 14th Round of the 2023 Championship. Each driver will have access to five sets of medium and three sets of soft tyres throughout the testing period.


A total of 12 drivers who completed the 2023 F2 season will participate in the post-season tests, with the exciting addition of F3 Drivers’ Champion Gabriel Bortoleto, who will be testing for his 2024 team, Invicta Virtuosi Racing.

PREMA Racing will seat Mercedes Junior Team Andrea Kimi Antonelli who steps up from the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine, having secured the 2023 title.

Of the 23 drivers confirmed for the testing, 11 have already secured their spots on the 2024 starting grid.

Representatives from 18 different countries will be participating in the three-day testing event at the Yas Marina Circuit.

FIA Formula 2 Championship: Post-Season Testing Entry List

    • Team: MP Motorsport
      • #1: Dennis Hauger (NOR)
      • #2: Franco Colapinto (ARG)
    • Team: Rodin Carlin
      • #3: Zane Maloney (BRB)
      • #4: Ritomo Miyata (JPN)
    • Team: ART Grand Prix
      • #5: Zak O’Sullivan (GBR)
      • #6: Victor Martins (FRA)
    • Team: PREMA Racing
      • #7: Andrea Kimi Antonelli (ITA)
      • #8: Oliver Bearman (GBR)
    • Team: Hitech Pulse-Eight
      • #9: Paul Aron (EST)
      • #10: Amaury Cordeel (BEL)
    • Team: DAMS
      • #11: Jak Crawford (USA)
      • #12: Juan Manuel Correa (USA)
    • Team: Virtuosi Racing
      • #14: Gabriel Bortoleto (BRA)
      • #15: Kush Maini (IND)
    • Team: PHM Racing by Charouz
      • #16: Joshua Durksen (PRY)
      • #17: Joshua Mason (GBR)
    • Team: Trident
      • #20: Richard Verschoor (NLD)
      • #21: Oliver Goethe (DEU)
    • Team: Van Amersfoort Racing
      • #22: Enzo Fittipaldi (BRA)
      • #23: Rafael Villagomez (MEX)
    • Team: Campos Racing
      • #24: Isack Hadjar (FRA)
      • #25: Josep Maria Marti (ESP)

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