Team / UNI-Virtuosi
Having finished 16th in F3, Felipe Drugovich wasn’t amongst the first names expected to move up to F2 for 2019, but that ignored his obvious talent and ability – of which he’s proven there’s plenty.
The Brazilian became something of dark horse in the title fight, emerging as the surprise package of the grid with three wins and two poles. Leading more laps than anyone else during the season, Drugovich earned himself a shot with 2020 title challengers UNI-Virtuosi.
Possessing a rich CV in junior Formula, the former MRF Challenge Formula 2000, Euroformula Open and Spanish F3 champion will no longer enjoy the underdog tag he did in 2020. Taking over from vice-champion Callum Ilott, he’ll expected to challenge for the title.