Super Formula News and Analysis
Long-time Formula 2 racer Artem Markelov admits he is “struggling” to get to grips with Super Formula’s tyres, having become used to high-degradation Pirellis in Europe.
Alex Palou insists establishing a professional racing career in Japan is just as difficult as doing so in Europe after securing twin drives in Super Formula and Super GT.
Ex-Formula 2 driver Nirei Fukuzumi set the pace as Super Formula’s two-day Suzuka test came to a conclusion on Tuesday.
European Formula 3 graduate Alex Palou broke the Super Formula lap record at Suzuka during the first day of pre-season testing on Monday.
Formula 2 frontrunner Artem Markelov will switch to Super Formula in 2019, joining Toyota’s driver line-up at the start of the series’ new SF19 era.
Super Formula is regularly credited as being the fastest single-seater series outside Formula 1. That's why drivers such Stoffel Vandoorne and Pierre Gasly have entered it in recent years. Now another aspiring F1 star is heading to Japan.
Defending Super Formula champion Naoki Yamamoto says his decision to change teams over the winter stemmed from a desire to master race tracks other than Suzuka.
Honda has officially unveiled its Super Formula driver line-up for the 2019 season, with new faces joining the series and several established drivers switching teams.
Super Formula is evaluating a significant change to the usage of the OTS (Overtake System) button ahead of the start of the 2019 season.
The Super Formula field is shaping up to look quite different in 2019, with major shake-ups expected in both the Toyota and Honda camps for next season.
Red Bull has officially revealed plans for its new-look junior programme in 2019, confirming Super Formula moves for Dan Ticktum and Lucas Auer as part of a tie-in with Honda Formula Dream Project.
Formula 2 race winner Tadasuke Makino, DTM convert Lucas Auer and Formula 1 design legend Adrian Newey’s son Harrison are among drivers confirmed for Super Formula’s traditional end-of-season rookie test at Suzuka.
Mercedes DTM refugee Lucas Auer is set to join double Macau Grand Prix winner Dan Ticktum in Red Bull’s stable for next season’s Super Formula season in Japan, Motorsport.com understands.