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In the round-up: The grid for the 2021 Formula 2 season is almost complete as the Charouz team has announced who its two drivers will be.

F2: Grid almost complete as Charouz announces line-up

Guilherme Samaia, who ended his first season of Formula 2 with Campos last year point-less, will return with Charouz when the championship begins in Bahrain next month. His team mate will be David Beckmann, who finished sixth in Formula 3 last year for Trident.

The Italian team is yet to confirm either of its drivers for the upcoming F2 season. The only other vacant seat on the grid is alongside Beckmann’s 2020 team mate Lirim Zendeli at MP.

Team Car Driver
ART 1 Theo Pourchaire
ART 2 Christian Lundgaard
Campos 1 Ralph Boschung
Campos 2 Gianluca Petecof
Carlin 1 Jehan Daruvala
Carlin 2 Dan Ticktum
Charouz 1 Guilherme Samaia
Charouz 2 David Beckmann
DAMS 1 Marcus Armstrong
DAMS 2 Roy Nissany
Hitech 1 Liam Lawson
Hitech 2 Juri Vips
HWA 1 Matteo Nannini
HWA 2 Alessio Deledda
MP 1 Lirim Zendeli
MP 2 TBC
Prema 1 Robert Shwartzman
Prema 2 Oscar Piastri
Trident 1 TBC
Trident 2 TBC
Virtuosi 1 Felipe Drugovich
Virtuosi 2 Guanyu Zhou

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IndyCar: Sato’s Indy 500 livery revealed, Grosjean to test today

Takuma Sato’s 2021 Indy 500 livery

RLL has presented the livery Takuma Sato will use at the Indianapolis 500 this year as he bids to win the race for a third time.

Sato and team mate Graham Rahal will test at Barber Motorsport Park today, but all eyes will be on Romain Grosjean as he makes his return to driving for the first time since his horrifying crash in the Bahrain Grand Prix at the end of November. He will drive Dale Coyne’s number 51 car alongside team mate Ed Jones.

Also present at the test will be Sebastien Bourdais and Dalton Kellett for Foyt, Conor Daly and Rinus VeeKay for Carpenter, and Penske quartet Scott McLaughlin, Josef Newgarden, Simon Pagenaud and Will Power.

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F1: Gordon Murray Automotive reveals T.50s Niki Lauda edition

Gordon Murray Automotive T.50s Niki Lauda
Gordon Murray Automotive T.50s Niki Lauda

Former Formula 1 designer Gordon Murray has revealed a special edition of his T.50s road car, limited to just 25 examples, named after three-times world champion Niki Lauda.

Gordon Murray Automotive T.50s Niki Lauda, 2021
Gordon Murray Automotive T.50s Niki Lauda, 2021

The 852kg car seats two – the driver in the middle, the passenger to their left – and is powered by a 725bhp naturally aspirated V12 engine. A central fan at the rear of the car generates downforce, as on Murray’s famed 1978 Brabham Formula 1 car which Lauda took to victory in its sole F1 race at Anderstorp that year.

“The T.50s is named in honour of Niki to commemorate his famous win with the Brabham BT46B fan car in the 1978 Swedish Grand Prix,” said Murray. “Niki was a great racing driver and he was also a good friend and it is absolutely fitting that we are launching the T.50s Niki Lauda on his birthday. Niki would have appreciated the innovation and engineering detail in our car.”

“We are proud that Gordon Murray Automotive has named its new car after Niki,” said Lauda’s family in a statement. “He would have been extremely honoured to have been associated with a car designed and engineered by Gordon, with whom he had such a long association and friendship.”

The T.50s Niki Lauda edition costs £3.1 million excluding taxes.

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On this day in F1

Satoru Nakajima, Suzuka, 2018
68 today: Nakajima
  • Born today in 1953: Satoru Nakajima



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