FIA F2 World Champ

FIA FORMULA 2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

1.6 Turbo Hybrid V6 power units
Dallara chassis (teams design own bodywork)
300 km race distances
Michelin tyres
100KG fuel Limit (No refuelling permitted)
Reigning champions allowed to compete in following seasons

2016 CALENDAR

1 Kyalami (South Africa) 25-27 March (INDEPENDENT)
2 Slovakia Ring (Slovakia) 15-17 April (WTCC)
3 El Hassan (Morocco) 6-8 May (WTCC)
4 Pau Grand Prix (France) 13-15 May (FIA Formula 3)
5 Donington Park (United Kingdom) 27-29 May (World Superbikes)
6 De Vila Real (Portugal) 10-12 June (WTCC)
7 Laguna Seca (United States) 8-10 July (World Superbikes)
8 Monza (Italy) 22-24 July (World Superbikes)
9 Rio Hondo (Argentina) 5-7 August (WTCC)
10 Motegi (Japan) 2-4 September (WTCC)
11 Shanghai (China) 23-25 September (WTCC)
12 Jerez (Spain) 14-16 October (World Superbikes)
13 Hermanos Rodriguez (Mexico) 28-29 October (Formula One)

Red Bull-Hyundai
3 Jean-Eric Vergne (F1)
4 Felix Rosenqvist

ART Dome-Honda
5 Stoffel Vandoorne
6 Nobuharu Matsushita (Rounds 1-3, 6, 9, 11-13)
6 Giedo van der Garde (F1) (Rounds 4-5, 7-8, 10)

Lenovo Lola-Toyota
7 Kamui Kobayashi (F1)
8 Kenta Yamashita

Brabham-Ford Cosworth
9 Kevin Magnussen (F1)
10 Sam Bird

AMG-Mercedes
11 Pascal Wehrlein
12 Esteban Ocon

Dallara-Alfa Romeo
14 Adrian Sutil (F1)
15 Antonio Fuoco

Minardi-PURE
16 Pastor Maldonado (F1)
17 James Calado

Reynard-BMW
18 Antonio Felix da Costa
19 Simona de Silvestro

Carlin-Ford Cosworth
20 Antonio Giovinazzi
21 Jerome d’Ambrosio (F1)

DAMS Mygale-Peugeot
22 Fabio Leimer
23 Charles Pic (F1)

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