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Josh Revell's guide to the 2022 F2 season

Josh Revell's guide to the 2022 F2 season
By F1 Feeder Series • Issue #39 • View online
Hi y'all!
Have we got a surprise for you! We invited YouTuber Josh Revell on our podcast to rate the 2022 Formula 2 grid. And as you’re used to of him, he’s quite outspoken!
But that’s not all. We also have an exclusive interview with Théo Pourchaire on perhaps the most important year of his career.
Plus we spoke to Adrian Muñoz from FRECA team G4 Racing and he’s quite the ambitious fellow. Last but not least we take you through Myles Rowe’s crazy rollercoaster of a weekend, where he crashed heavily AND won a race.
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Josh Revell's guide to the 2022 Formula 2 season
As the 2022 Formula 2 season is upon is, we asked YouTuber Josh Revell to preview it for us in our latest F1 Feeder Series Podcast. What ensued was an insightful and hilarious run through the changes for the new season and the grid.
You can find the podcast on YouTube, Spotify and Apple Podcast.
Exclusive: Theo Pourchaire on his F1 future and Alfa Romeo: ‘Contracts can be modified’
As a member of the Sauber Academy Théo Pourchaire has had links with Formula 1 since 2019. Now the 18 year old Formula 2 driver is set to play an even bigger role at Alfa Romeo F1. F1 Feeder Series spoke to Pourchaire about his F1 program, his hopes for the future and Alfa Romeo’s driver situation for 2023.
Exclusive: G4 Racing's Director Adrian Munoz: 'The next step is FIA F3'
G4 Racing has had an impressive maiden season in Formula Regional European by Alpine (FRECA). The Swiss team finished sixth in the FRECA teams’ championship with two race wins and has great ambitions for 2022 and the long-term future. F1 Feeder Series talked to G4 Racing’s Sporting & Technical Manager Adrian Muñoz.
Why Myles Rowe just won the most important race of his career
It was all supposed to be so different. There was only one lap to go in Friday’s USF2000 season opener at St Petersburg, and Myles Rowe was running in a strong second position behind Thomas Nepveu. Having been the fastest driver on track, Rowe had worked his way up to runner-up from fourth on the grid and was about to collect a solid amount of points. All he needed to do was get to the finish line, as the white flag fell.
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