Marcus Armstrong2000-07-29 (age 19)
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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.
Louis Deletraz pipped Ferrari Formula 1 junior Marcus Armstrong to lead the opening day of Formula 2 post-season testing in Abu Dhabi.
Ferrari has decided the placing of its Formula 2 juniors, with Mick Schumacher and FIA F3 champion Robert Shwartzman at Prema Racing and Marcus Armstrong at ART Grand Prix.
Red Bull Formula 1 junior Juri Vips delivered a first pole of the season for Hitech Grand Prix in one of the most exciting sessions of the Formula 3 season so far at Silverstone.
Red Bull Formula 1 junior Juri Vips scored a first FIA Formula 3 victory of the season with a measured drive from third on the grid in Austria for Hitech Grand Prix.
Ferrari Formula 1 junior Marcus Armstrong took his first FIA Formula 3 pole position for Prema Racing in a dramatic and frenetic session at the Red Bull Ring.
Ferrari junior driver Marcus Armstrong continued his strong pre-season FIA Formula 3 form by topping the first day of the series’ Hungaroring test for Prema Racing.
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.
Ferrari Academy driver and 2017 Italian Formula 4 champion Marcus Armstrong will drive for Prema Racing in the FIA Formula 3 Championship next year.
Mick Schumacher won the first race of the Formula 3 European Championship round at Misano after leading from pole position to the chequered flag.
Approaching the halfway stage of the 2018 European Formula 3 season, no driver has yet emerged as a dominant favourite, as Lando Norris did in 2017. Instead a trio of rookies are sharing the limelight.
Ralf Aron’s perfect Saturday continued when he made it two wins out of two in the Formula 3 European Championship weekend at Zandvoort.
Ferrari junior Marcus Armstrong scored his breakthrough Formula 3 European Championship win at the Norisring, leading from pole position to the chequered flag.
Enaam Ahmed scored his maiden European Formula 3 win in the second race of the Hungaroring round to replace fellow Briton Dan Ticktum at the top of the points table.
Renault F1 junior Sacha Fenestraz survived contact in the dramatic second race of the Formula 3 European Championship opener at Pau to take victory and move into the points lead.
The junior single-seater scene featured many exciting talents and potential future Formula 1 stars in 2017, but who were the top performers? Motorsport.com selects its 20 most impressive young drivers.