Ramp up your own preparations for the upcoming campaign with the launch of season 2 of our successful docuseries F2: Chasing the Dream, treating fans to a unique and thrilling insight into the world of junior formula.

Building on the success of its first season, the series provides exclusive, behind-the-scenes access into the paddock of the most competitive single-make Championship on the planet. You can re-live Mick Schumacher’s journey to the title like never before, with exclusive footage and interviews.

Follow the F2 drivers on their Road to F1 as they chase the ultimate goal: a seat in the pinnacle of motorsport. Witness first-hand the unwavering commitment of the racers: the passion, the tension, and the hope that they carry with them around some of the world’s most challenging circuits when they step into the cockpit.

As well as the on-track action, the series takes the viewers behind the visor, delving into the unique personalities of the drivers away from the track and shows people what makes them tick, what drives them, and how they unwind at the end of an intense weekend.

The second season follows one of the most hotly contested title battles in the history of F2, with no fewer than nine drivers still in contention as the paddock head into a season closing double-header at Bahrain.

Watch as PREMA racer and Ferrari Junior Mick Schumacher clinches the crown in a dramatic final race, shortly after being confirmed in F1 with Haas for 2021.

Chasing the Dream captures the unexpected, but meteoric rise of Red Bull and Honda junior Yuki Tsunoda, who emerged as one of the most exciting talents around in his first ever campaign at this level.

There is also the return to Spa-Francorchamps, just 12 months on from the tragic events of 2019 and the loss of Anthoine Hubert.

All of this takes place in one of the most difficult and challenging seasons of all time, as the Covid-19 pandemic forces countries into lockdown and postpones the campaign. The series charts the Championship’s bid to return to racing, as the grid overcome the demanding conditions and look to get back on track. With all 12 rounds taking place over just five months, what follows is one of the shortest, most intense, and exciting seasons in memory.

This six-part docuseries is available exclusively for a limited time on F1TV Access and Pro now.