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Formula 2

2024 Austrian Grand Prix - F2 sprint results

Check out the full Formula 2 sprint results at the 2024 Austrian Grand Prix from the Red Bull Ring!

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Ollie Bearman scooped a first Formula 2 win of the season for Prema in the Austrian Grand Prix sprint race.

The heavily-tipped 2025 F1 driver started second on the grid, but out-dragged pole-sitter Kush Maini to Turn 1 - and held the lead thereafter.

Bearman's closest challenger was Pepe Marti, who hoovered around the DRS activation, but could not quite get past or close enough to challenge.

Championship leader Paul Aron banked third place ahead of Gabriel Bortoleto after a fine late duel, with Maini dropping to seventh and Joshua Durksen rounding out the points positions.

Andrea Kimi Antonelli took 15th in the sister Prema, having started well down the order and not making any progress, finishing 0.099s behind Enzo Fittipaldi.

Position Driver Team
1st Oliver Bearman Prema Racing
2nd Pepe Marti Campos Racing
3rd Paul Aron Hitech Pulse-Eight
4th Gabriel Bortoleto Invicta Racing
5th Dennis Hauger MP Motorsport
6th Jak Crawford DAMS Lucas Oil
7th Kush Maini Invicta Racing
8th Joshua Durksen AIX Racing
9th Zak O'Sullivan ART Grand Prix
10th Victor Martins ART Grand Prix
11th Franco Colapinto MP Motorsport
12th Taylor Barnard AIX Racing
13th Isack Hadjar Campos Racing
14th Enzo Fittipaldi Van Amersfoort Racing
15th Andrea Kimi Antonelli Prema Racing
16th Juan Manuel Correa DAMS Lucas Oil
17th Zane Maloney Rodin Motorsport
18th Amaury Cordeel Hitech Pulse-Eight
19th Rafael Villagomez Van Amersfoort Racing
20th Richard Verschoor Trident
21st Roman Stanek Trident
22nd Ritomo Miyata Rodin Motorsport

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