Luca Ghiotto1995-02-24 (age 24)
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Luca Ghiotto replicated Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc’s maiden Formula 2 victory from 2017 by charging through the field to win the sprint race at the same Bahrain venue two years on.
Jack Aitken has labelled the reliability issues in Formula 2 as ‘unacceptable’, ‘unsafe’ and ‘unbelievable’, as the Renault Formula 1 junior fell further back in the title race in Monaco.
The junior single-seater scene featured many exciting talents and potential future Formula 1 stars in 2017, but who were the top performers? Motorsport.com selects its 20 most impressive young drivers.
Luca Ghiotto triumphed in a chaotic Formula 2 feature race at Monza ahead of Antonio Fuoco, as long-time leaders Nyck de Vries and Charles Leclerc collided on the final lap.
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Sergio Sette Camara claimed a maiden Formula 2 race win by heading a thrilling sprint event at Spa ahead of McLaren Formula 1 junior driver Nyck De Vries.
Ferrari Formula 1 junior driver Charles Leclerc led the way in Formula 2 practice at Silverstone ahead of his nearest championship challenger Oliver Rowland.
McLaren Formula 1 junior driver Nyck de Vries topped a disrupted Formula 2 practice session in Baku ahead of MP Motorsport’s Jordan King.
Ferrari Formula 1 junior driver Charles Leclerc claimed his first Formula 2 feature race win after a safety car disrupted event at Barcelona.
Ferrari Formula 1 junior driver Charles Leclerc topped a disrupted qualifying session to claim pole position for the Formula 2 feature race at Barcelona.
Ferrari Formula 1 junior driver Charles Leclerc pulled off a sensational charge to win the Formula 2 sprint race in Bahrain for Prema Racing ahead of Russian Time’s Luca Ghiotto.
Italian racer Luca Ghiotto has secured his future in the GP2 Series, as he is to partner Artem Markelov at Russian Time in the 2017 campaign.
Assessing the hottest future prospects across so many different junior series can be tricky - which is why Motorsport.com's team of writers have chosen their 20 top performers of the year. Read on to see who makes the grade.
GP2's 2016 runner-up Antonio Giovinazzi, fellow title contender Raffaele Marciello and the series' most experienced driver Johnny Cecotto will take part in the post-season test at Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit.