Nikita Mazepin won a lively feature race from 14th on the grid following a pair of late-race Safety Car periods, while Mick Schumacher took the championship lead.
Dan Ticktum controlled proceedings in the Formula 2 sprint race win in Monza but came to a stop on-track after taking his second victory of 2020.
Mick Schumacher scored his first Formula 2 win of the season at Monza, where his father Michael won five times for Ferrari in Formula 1.
Robert Shwartzman has regained the F2 championship lead from Callum Ilott by winning the sprint race after Roy Nissany and Dan Ticktum collided.
Yuki Tsunoda scored his first Formula 2 feature race victory after on-the-road winner Nikita Mazepin was penalised for forcing him off the track.
Felipe Drugovich, who lost a shot at victory in yesterday’s lively Formula 2 feature, made amends in the sprint race with a comfortable run to his second win of the year.
Nobuharu Matsushita rose from 18th on the grid to win a thrilling Formula 2 feature race at the Circuit de Catalunya. However Sean Gelael was taken to hospital after the finish.
Prema were on course for a one-two finish in the sprint race at Silverstone until drivers Mick Schumacher and Robert Shwartzman collided while disputing the lead.
The top three finished in the order they started at Silverstone, commandingly led by Callum Ilott. But from fourth on the grid Dan Ticktum slipped back, and made his dissatisfaction clear.
Dan Ticktum won the Silverstone sprint race from pole position, taking his first F2 victory at home after seeing off a late-race challenge from Christian Lundgaard.
Nikita Nikita Mazepin scored his first Formula 2 victory – and the second in a row for newcomers Hitech – in an absorbing race dominated by tyre strategy at Silverstone.
Luca Ghiotto gave Hitech their first Formula 2 victory in their third weekend in the championship, denying Callum Ilott by less than half a second at the Hungaroring.
Formula 2 points leader Robert Shwartzman scored his second feature race win, passing Prema team mate and fellow Ferrari Driver Academy member Mick Schumacher.
Christian Lundgaard became the fourth different first-time winner of a Formula 2 race in today’s sprint event at the Red Bull Ring.
Ferrari Driver Academy member Robert Shwartzman took his first Formula 2 win in a very wet and heavily delayed feature race.