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Renault junior Lundgaard moves to F2 with ART Grand Prix

  • Published on 28 Jan 2020 12:01
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

ART Grand Prix has announced that Renault junior driver Christian Lundgaard has promoted to Formula 2 following a successful Formula 3 campaign in 2019.

The Dane finished sixth in the drivers' championship with one victory at the Hungaroring and another podium in Barcelona. 

Lundgaard made his F2 debut with Trident in Abu Dhabi at the season-ending event last year, finishing 14th and 12th respectively in both races. 

“It’s going to be a very challenging year stepping up to F2 with ART," Lundgaard said. "I’m happy to be staying with the team and I fully believe in them.

"Obviously, it will be tougher than 2019 as the races are longer and there’s also the challenge of pit stops. I was lucky to do the F2 race in Abu Dhabi as it meant I got a taste for what racing in F2 will be like this year.

"I’m confident that 2020 will be a success as I have the best team behind me. 2020 is a year which will decide a lot of things moving forward in my career. I need to do well and prove what I’m capable of doing at the wheel.

"My goal is to win the championship. I would like to thank my sponsors, investors, Renault, my family and my manager for making this next step in F2 with ART happen.”


Confirmed 2020 F2 drivers and teams
 

ART Grand Prix
 
Marcus Armstrong
 
Christian Lundgaard
 
Charouz Racing System
 
Louis Deletraz
 
Pedro Piquet
 
Campos Racing
 

 
 
Carlin
 
Yuki Tsunoda
 
TBA
 
DAMS
 
Sean Gelael
 
Dan Ticktum
 
Hitech Grand Prix
 
   
HWA Racelab
 
Giuliano Alesi
 
Artem Markelov
 
MP Motorsport
 
Felipe Drugovich
 
TBA
 
Prema Racing
 
Mick Schumacher
 
Robert Shwartzman
 
Trident
 
   
Virtuosi Racing
 
Callum Ilott
 
TBA
 

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