F2 grid complete for 2020 as Nissany joins Trident

Valentin Khorounzhiy
motorsport.com

Nissany's long-anticipated confirmation at Trident comes on the heels of it announcing Euroformula Open champion Marino Sato as part of its line-up on Tuesday, while the 10 other teams in F2 had already presented their full rosters earlier.

A race winner in two now-defunct championships, those being German entry-level single-seater series ADAC Formel Masters and Formula V8 3.5, Nissany was part of Campos Racing's F2 roster in 2018 but scored just a single point.

He had no full-time racing programme in 2019, but joined Trident for the three-day post-season F2 test in Abu Dhabi.

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"I am obviously very excited to be joining Trident Racing," Nissany said. "I really enjoyed the work already done together in Abu Dhabi and in these last days at the factory.

"This is a great opportunity for me, because Trident Racing has shown that it could be the right place for a young driver to be and I intend to make the most of this opportunity, while doing the best possible job for the team."

As part of his Williams F1 programme, Nissany will drive in three FP1 sessions during grand prix weekends this year.

The Trident team he's joined had won races in F2's predecessor GP2, most recently with Luca Ghiotto in 2016, but has been last in the teams' standings in each of the three seasons under the F2 banner since.

F2 2020 line-up so far

Carlin

 Yuki Tsunoda

India
India

 Jehan Daruvala

ART Grand Prix

New Zealand
New Zealand

 Marcus Armstrong
 Christian Lundgaard

Denmark
Denmark

UNI-Virtuosi

United Kingdom
United Kingdom

 Callum Ilott

China
China

 Guan Yu Zhou

DAMS

United Kingdom
United Kingdom

 Dan Ticktum

Indonesia
Indonesia

 Sean Gelael

Prema Racing

Germany
Germany

 Mick Schumacher

Russian Federation
Russian Federation

 Robert Shwartzman

Charouz Racing System

 Louis Deletraz

 Pedro Piquet

MP Motorsport

 Nobuharu Matsushita

Campos Racing



Trident

Marino Sato


HWA

Russian Federation
Russian Federation

 Artem Markelov

France
France

 Giuliano Alesi

Hitech GP

Italy
Italy

 Luca Ghiotto
 Nikita Mazepin

Russian Federation
Russian Federation

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