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|2020 Formula 2 (ShaneEyoho Universe) season|
|Previous: 2019||Next: 2021|
The following is what happened in Formula 1 and Formula 2 in the ShaneEyoho Universe in 2020. Formula 1 started in the universe following the defending Formula 2 champion Josh Beardmore and 2nd placed finisher Shane Wray impressing F1 teams, Kyle Macleod was also promoted by Alfa Romeo as a full time driver
|Drivers Champion||Constructors Champion|
The 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship is a motor racing championship for Formula One cars it is the 71st running of the Formula One World Championship. The championship is recognised by the governing body of international motorsport, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), as the highest class of competition for open-wheel racing cars. The championship is contested over a series of Grands Prix with drivers and teams competing for the titles of World Drivers' Champion and World Constructors' Champion respectively. Lewis Hamilton won the Drivers Championship whilst Mercedes won the Constructors Championship.
The Belgian Grand Prix was cancelled due to the passing of Antoine Hubert the previous year, so the race was cancelled out of respect.
The following teams and drivers are under contract to compete in the 2020 FIA Formula 1 Championship.
This is the race results and the calendar for the season.
These are the drivers and constructors championship standings.
If there's a tie in points, the driver who finished the highest out of the tied drivers in the previous race will be placed above the drivers their tied against.
This is the Constructors standings.
|Drivers Champion||Teams Champion|
The 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship is the third season of the FIA Formula 2 Championship (since its independence from F1 despite keeping its support series title.) Formula 2 is a motor racing championship for Formula 2 cars that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). It is an open-wheel racing category that serves as the second tier of formula racing in the FIA Global Pathway. The category is scheduled to be run in support of the 2020 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.
The following teams and drivers are under contract to compete in the 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship. Race fans and critics are calling this the most unpredictable F2 season due to the variety of experience on the grid with many not having much, if any, Formula racing experience. Drivers in this championship come from F1, IndyCar and GT Racing whilst some have been in F2 for a considerable amount of time and are now considered "F2 veterans."
The addition of E-Spike and Andretti Autosport into the championship also remain a massive unknown.
The Belgian weekend in the championship was cancelled due to the death of Antoine Hubert a year earlier out of respect.
Races and Results
This is the race results and the calendar for the season.
A new race weekend in Canada was added as the series entered its first fully independent season, technically still remaining a support series for F1 by hosting races/events at F1 tracks. An Endurance race was held at Marina Bay in Singapore due to the length of the track, the race is double the amount of laps meaning more strategy options and more track time, the event in Singapore is the only stand alone event of the season and has its points system, it is said to become the finale race of every F2 season from 2021 for at least 5 years.
- Feature race points
- Sprint race points
Points were awarded to the top 8 classified finishers.
- Singapore Endurance race points
The drivers championship after the Barcelona Sprint Race
This is the teams championship standings.
Monster Energy GT Endurance Cup Series
|Drivers Champion||Manufacturer's Cup|
The 2020 Monster Energy GT Endurance Cup Series is the 1st season and 1st championship of this series sanctioned by the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) and the FIA, it started in Great Britain at the Silverstone Circuit to support the F2 weekend there with the championship round being held at a stand alone event in Miami, Florida at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
The series is unique to many others because there are no real "teams" per say, instead the drivers have a contract with the manufacturer they wish to race with, all the other drivers that have the same manufacturer as them are considered "teammates"
The following is a list of all 24 drivers that competed in this season and what manufacturer they raced with for this season.
- Alexander Rossi
- Andre Lotterer
- Brendon Hartley
- Chris Miller
- Casey Stoner
- Colton Herta
- Conor Daly
- Ed Jones
- Edoardo Mortara
- Jake Hughes
- Jordan King
- Kamui Kobayashi
- Marco Andretti
- Marc Marquez
- Matheus Leist
- Max Chilton
- Neel Jani
- Nirei Fukuzumi
- Oliver Rowland
- Santino Ferrucci
- Sebastian Bourdais
- Sebastien Buemi
- Simon Pagenaud
- Will Power
The cup series format for this season follows a format similar to that used in NASCAR with different kinds of race tracks and different race lengths as well, a track can bid for a maximum of two races per season however the second race there must be different in some way besides the title of the race (eg: one race is a day race, the other isn't and so on.) The regular season will be made up of 26 races (Some supporting F2 races with the series "European voyage" and some not.) with the top 16 drivers going through to a NASCAR style playoff system. Where the people eligible to win the championship must still face a full grid of 24 cars with the driver with the most points winning the championship.
The races themselves are split into 3 stages to allow for pit stops in between however drivers can still pit when racing this gives the series a strategical element. Winning stages grant drivers playoff points which can be used to gain access to the playoffs, Stage 3 is titled as the Race to the Podium as the end of Stage 3 marks the end of the race.
Rounds 1, 7, 8, 9 are the rounds that supported Formula 2 this season.
|1||Monster Energy Silverstone 100||Silverstone Circuit (R)||100 mile race|
|2||Michelin Race of Le Mans||Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|3||Nürburgring 200 Miles||Nürburgring Nordschleife (R)||200 mile race|
|4||Porsche Race of Germany||Nürburgring GP Circuit (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|5||Ford Economy Matagorda 150||Streets of Matagorda, Lanzarote (S)||150 mile race|
|6||Monster Energy Prague Street Race||Streets of Prague (S)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|7||Circuit Spa-Francorchamps 100||Circuit Spa-Francorchamps (R)||100 mile race|
|8||Scuderia Ferrari 100 at Monza||Autodromo Nazionale Monza (R)||100 mile race|
|9||Chevrolet Race of the Americas||Circuit of the Americas (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|10||2020 Race by the Beach||Daytona International Speedway (O)||200 mile race|
|11||Monster Energy Race at Daytona||Daytona International Speedway (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|12||Delta Airlines Atlanta 100||Atlanta Motor Speedway (O)||100 mile race|
|13||Camping World Texas 150||Texas Motor Speedway (O)||150 mile race|
|14||Chevrolet Race in Vegas||Las Vegas Motor Speedway (O)||100 mile race|
|15||Sunoco Fuel Race in Brazil||Streets of Rio de Janeiro (S)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|16||Infiniti Sonoma 150||Sonoma Raceway (R)||150 mile race|
|17||Monster Energy Brickyard 200||Indianapolis Motor Speedway (O)||200 mile race|
|18||ABC Supply GT Race at Pocono||Pocono Raceway (O)||100 mile race|
|19||Panasonic Race of Japan||Suzuka Circuit (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|20||WeatherTech Race of Laguna Seca||WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|21||World Wide Technology 100||World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway (O)||100 mile race|
|23||Chevrolet Race of Virginia||Virginia International Raceway (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|22||Michelin Dubai 150||Streets of Dubai (S)||150 mile race|
|24||Porsche Race of Spain||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|25||Monster Energy Race in the Alps||Bernese Alps (S)||200 mile race|
|26||Race to Homestead 100||Homestead-Miami Speedway (O)||100 mile race|
|Round of 16|
|27||Gander Outdoors Race at the Glen||Watkins Glen International (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|28||Monster Energy Charlotte 150||Charlotte Motor Speedway (O)||150 mile race|
|29||NBC Bank Battle of Indy 100||Indianapolis Motor Speedway (R)||100 mile race|
|Round of 12|
|30||Hollywood Casino 100||Kansas Speedway (O)||100 mile race|
|31||Sebring 200||Sebring International Raceway (R)||200 mile race|
|32||Kohler GT Race at Road America||Road America (R)||Standard race (50 miles)|
|Round of 8|
|33||Virgin Atlantic Casino 200||Las Vegas Motor Speedway (O)||200 mile race|
|34||Pepsi Max 100||Auto Club Speedway (O)||100 mile race|
|35||GT Endurance Race Down Under||Mount Panorama Circuit, Bathurst (R)||150 mile race|
|36||Race to the Championship 200||Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, Florida (R)||200 mile race|
(R) Indicates a Road Course Race
(O) Indicates a Oval Race
(S) Indicates a Street Circuit
|No||Race||Pole Position||Fastest Lap||Winning Driver||Winning Manufacturer|
|1||Silverstone||Marc Marquez||Jordan King||Brendon Hartley||Chevrolet|
|2||Le Mans||Marc Marquez||Sebastian Bourdais||Marc Marquez||McLaren|
Monster Energy Manufacturers Cup
This is the standings after Le Mans.