Dan Ticktum received the Sprint race at Monza however was disqualified on technical laws, selling the second-placed Callum Ilott to victory and Mick Schumacher to the rostrum from P4. India’s Jehan Daruvala additionally picked essential factors ending at P6.
Dan Ticktum arrived at parc ferme within the medical automotive after his race automotive was caught within the gravel lure
The Formula 2 dash race concluded at Monza with Dan Ticktum securing his second win of the season after an unimaginable drive through the Italian GP. However, the British driver’s victory was disqualified after it was not attainable to take a gas pattern of 0.08 kg from the DAMS automotive after the chequered flag. A report by the Technical Delegate acknowledged that the pattern extracted was 0.05 kg, which is a breach of technical regulation. All rivals should be certain that a 0.08 kg pattern of gas could be taken from the automotive at any time through the occasion.
The transfer has promoted the second-placed Virtuosi driver Callum Ilott to victory and likewise on the high of the drivers’ standings within the championship with this being his third win of the season. Meanwhile, Christian Lundgaard of ART Grand Prix takes P2 whereas Mick Schumacher of Prema Racing has been promoted to the rostrum from P4. India’s Jehan Daruvala driving for Carlin Racing takes P6.
Having taken the lead on the opening lap, Ticktum slowly began constructing his lead over the remainder of the sector. By Lap 10, the motive force was two seconds away from pole-sitter Louis Deletraz. However, the Charouz Racing driver couldn’t retain the place with Callum and Lundgaard passing him within the subsequent two laps. The drivers although may barely catch as much as Ticktum who was cruising his strategy to the chequered flag on the entrance with hole elevated to a few seconds.
The race appeared to shake up with MP Motorsport driver Felipe Drugovich’s spin after making contact with Roy Nissany of Williams, however the race management deployed a digital security automotive that helped Ticktum retain his benefit, which he held until the ultimate lap, clearing the chequered flag with a lead of 4.600s. Ilott completed second adopted by Lundgaard closing in on the motive force with a spot of simply half a second within the ultimate corners.
Mick Schumacher couldn’t recreate his win from Saturday however picked up essential factors for the workforce after beginning at P7, as a part of the reverse grid and managed to maneuver as much as P4 early on within the race. However, a incorrect transfer across the first chicane dropped him to P6 whereas defending towards Guanyu Zhou of Virtuosi. The driver managed to get well from the drop as he handed Deletraz on Lap 19 to complete fourth and safe second place within the total standings. Deletraz managed to assert fifth after defending assaults from Robert Shwartzman of Prema Racing on the ultimate lap.
Starting tenth on the grid, Jehan Daruvala, a part of the Red Bull Junior programme, completed seventh and later promoted to P6, taking essential factors for the second consecutive time. The driver completed at P10 within the characteristic race yesterday. The ultimate drivers to take factors had been
Campos driver Jack Aitken, Nikita Mazepin of Hitech GP and Juri Vips of Dams, his finest end but in F2. After Ticktum’s disqualification, Roy Nissany was promoted to P10, taking his first level of the weekend.
The race noticed three retirements with Felipe Drugovich of MP Motorsport, Honda protege Yuki Tsunoda of Carlin and Guanyu Zhou. Both Tsunoda and Zhou confronted technical points ending their race prematurely.
Ilott now leads the championship with 149 factors, six factors forward of Schumacher, whereas Shwartzman is positioned third, 9 factors behind. The disqualification has value Ticktum dearly as he falls from eighth to ninth, behind Deletraz. Daruvala is positioned 15th within the standings have amassed 15 factors within the championship up to now.