With Formula 1 enjoying one of its strongest rookie intake in 2019, Motorsport.com looks at the top 20 junior drivers of 2019 aiming to follow in the footsteps of Alexander Albon, Lando Norris and George Russell.
Former Red Bull and Lotus junior Callan O'Keeffe will make his return to competitive motorsport in 2019, having joined Fernando Alonso's FA Racing outfit in the Formula Renault Eurocup.
The two-litre Formula Renault Northern European Cup will cease after 13 seasons, with its promoter blaming “ill-conceived FIA plans for the future of formula racing” for the series' demise.
In 2018, the junior single-seater scene was full of exciting talent, shown best by Mercedes, Red Bull and McLaren each bringing an F2 star into Formula 1. Motorsport.com ranks the top 20 youngsters of the year.
Renault Sport has followed up on its threat to press on with its Regional Formula 3-style series in 2019, despite losing the FIA World Motor Sport Council vote to an Italian bid.
Renault Sport says it is prepared to go ahead with its Europe-wide Regional Formula 3 series for 2019 even if it does not receive FIA blessing.
McLaren’s World’s Fastest Gamer runner-up Freek Schothorst will make his Formula Renault Eurocup debut this weekend at the Hungaroring.
Renault is planning to scrap its current Eurocup single-seater category and transfer under the FIA’s new Regional Formula 3 umbrella for 2019.
Richard Verschoor has confirmed that he has lost his position in the Red Bull junior team, and is set to stay in Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 for a second season.
Brad Dias is one of the six names announced by the reigning champion team BlackArts Racing for the 2017 season of the Asian Formula Renault series.
Brad Dias in his first Asian Formula Renault outing at Zhuhai last weekend clinched two podium finishes in Class B category.
Brad Dias will compete in the final round of the Asian Formula Renault this weekend, at Zhuhai International Circuit.
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