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Formula 2

2024 British Grand Prix - F2 sprint race results

Check out the full Formula 2 sprint race results at the 2024 British Grand Prix from the Silverstone Circuit.

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Kimi Antonelli has secured his first race win in the Formula 2 category, prevailing in wet conditions at the Silverstone Circuit.

The sprint race was heavily disrupted as a red flag was deployed due to the adverse conditions just a handful of laps into the event.

It would eventually resume after the intense rain had passed by, with Antonelli unchallenged at the front of the field en route to the win.

Zane Maloney was second while the final spot on the podium was taken by Gabriel Bortoleto who overtook his team-mate on the final lap

Paul Aron and Isack Hadjar, who held the top two positions in the championship prior to the race, both retired early on.

See the full results below!

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

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