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Arden: Racing on at Monza was "never in doubt"

Arden’s decision to race on in last weekend's Formula 2 round at Monza after its driver Anthoine Hubert passed away was “never in doubt”, according to team boss Kenny Kirwan.

Monza F2: Aitken holds off King for Race 2 win

Renault Formula 1 junior Jack Aitken took a third win of the Formula 2 season in the Monza sprint race following a fierce battle with Jordan King and Callum Ilott.

Monza F2: Matsushita wins, de Vries last-to-third

Honda Formula 1 junior Nobuharu Matsushita took his second Formula 2 win of the year at Monza ahead of a charging Luca Ghiotto, as Nyck de Vries recovered from last to third.

F2 points leader de Vries excluded from Monza qualifying

Formula 2 Championship leader and ART Grand Prix driver Nyck de Vries has had his laptimes from the Monza qualifying session cancelled due to a fuel infringement.

Monza F2: Ilott scores pole in sole Sauber entry

Ferrari Formula 1 junior Callum Ilott took a maiden Formula 2 pole position at Monza, one week after his Sauber Junior Team teammate Juan Manuel Correa was injured at Spa.

Monza F2: Ghiotto leads de Vries in practice

Italian driver Luca Ghiotto topped the Formula 2 practice session at Monza, the series’ first on-track activity since the passing of Arden driver Anthoine Hubert at Spa last weekend.

Alesi's F2 car impounded after Hubert's fatal Spa crash

The Trident Formula 2 outfit will only field one entry at Monza as Giuliano Alesi's original car remains impounded following its involvement in the accident that claimed Anthoine Hubert's life.

Hubert's Arden team to run single F2 car at Monza

The Arden Formula 2 team will field just one car for Alfa Romeo Formula 1 junior Tatiana Calderon at Monza this weekend in the wake of Anthoine Hubert’s death.