Richard Verschoor



Richard Verschoor has a vast array of single-seater experience, winning the Spanish Formula 4 Championship with MP Motorsport in his first year of car racing, back in 2016.

He gained further experience in Formula Renault Eurocup and the Toyota Racing Series before he arrived in FIA Formula 3 with MP Motorsport, which earned him a spot on the grid in the 2019 Macau Grand Prix. A surprise victory in the historic event – he was the first rookie winner for more than a decade – led to a second year in F3 before he stepped up to F2 in 2021.

After starting the season with MP Motorsport, the Dutchman left before Round 7 in Jeddah, but returned to the grid for the finale at Yas Marina with Charouz Racing System, finishing 10th in the Feature Race. He then made the switch to Trident Racing in 2022 and after spending the year with Van Amersfoort Racing in 2023, the Dutchman is set to return to Italian team in 2024.


2023 FIA Formula 2 Championship - 9th Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix, FIA F3 World Cup - 6th

2022 FIA Formula 2 Championship - 12th

2021 FIA Formula 2 Championship - 11th

2020 FIA Formula 3 Championship - 9th

2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship - 13th Formula 3 Grand Prix, FIA F3 World Cup - 1st

2018 GP3 Series - 15th Eurocup Formula Renault - 13th Castrol Toyota Racing Series - 2nd

2017 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC - 8th Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup - 9th Castrol Toyota Racing Series - 3rd Red Bull Junior Team Driver

2016 SMP F4 NEZ Championship certified by FIA - Champion F4 Spanish Championship certified by FIA - Champion V de V Challenge Monoplace ADAC Formel 4 - 15th Italian F4 Championship - 21st Red Bull Junior Team Driver

2010-15 Karting

Richard Verschoor

Stats for season Formula 2 2024

Full Driver Standings
  • Standing

  • Points