Verschoor Wurz F1 Feeder Series Formula 2 2022

Richard Verschoor & Charlie Wurz talk Formula 2 in Baku

With who better to discuss al the Formula 2 action at Baku than with two drivers who actually know what it is to race a formula car. Richard Verschoor was at the center of attention in Azerbaijan where he ultimately recorded a 5th place finish in the Feature Race. And Charlie Wurz explains why he’s raced in no less than four (!) Formula 4 championship already this season in the latest episode of the F1 Feeder Series Podcast!

By Floris Visman

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Richard Verschoor has had a remarkable first part of the F2 season: he won the opening race of the season (his second victory in F2), at one point failed to score seven races in a row, but all the while the Trident had the pace, he explains in the podcast. There was just rotten luck, especially in Qualifying. He also touches on his future plans.

Charlie Wurz is only 16-year-old, but the son of former Formula 1 driver Alex Wurz is in his second season in junior single-seaters (his first full one though) and has already driven in a myriad of Formula 4 series as well as the Porsche Sprint Challenge. He talks about the challenges and advantages that experience brings.

F1 Feeder Series Podcast

Tune in now for the latest episode of the F1 Feeder Series Podcast with Richard Verschoor, Charlie Wurz, Chief Editor Floris Visman and host Jim Kimberley on YouTube, Spotify and Apple Podcasts!


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