Monte Carlo 24 – 26 May
Born: November 30th, 1994
Team: Campos Vexatec Racing
After a successful period in go-karting in Europe, Roy stepped up in 2010 to compete in the Formula BMW Junior. He was 3 years completing his learning process in single-seaters and getting some brilliant performances.
In 2014 Roy achieved the highest point of his career so far by testing Formula 1 with Sauber. Roy, a French/Israeli citizen says. “I always do my best under given circumstances”.
In 2015 Roy moved to World Series as a rookie, his best result was a pole position and 3rd place in Red Bull Ring. 2016 Roy joined Lotus and had am amazing season: 7 podium, double pole position and winning in Silverstone, and Monza. In 2017 Roy continued in World Series with RP Motorsport with 6 podium including winning at Jerez, Spain.
Born: February 24th, 1995
Team: Campos Racing
Following to a remarkable Karting and junior Formulas career, Luca came to the Formula One paddock attention in 2015, by achieving five wins in the 2015 GP3 Series, breaking the record for the number of pole positions and fastest laps in a season, narrowly missing out on the title to Esteban Ocon, after losing out to the Frenchman at the final race of the season.
2015 GP3 runner-up, Luca, became a GP2 race-winner in his 2016 rookie season, before the series was rebranded for 2017. Last year he has been a regular front-runner in the FIA Formula 2 Championship, finishing 20 races inside the top 10 and closing his campaign fourth in the Drivers’ Championship with three podium finishes and one win in his Monza home GP. His 2017 FIA Formula 2 team won the Team Championship, also thanks to Luca’s contribution to the specific team standing.