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Our man behind the wheel

Formula Two operates at a ‘level playing field’ with every competitor being provided with the same components and quality of equipment. F2’s unique format therefore places the onus solely on the driver to deliver the results.

At Comma, our ‘Passion for Performance’ means that we are always looking for the winning edge when it comes to motorsport. In 2012, Luciano Bacheta has stepped up to the plate for us in style. He has already broken the record for consecutive F2 race wins with victories in the first four races of the season at Silverstone, England and Portimão, Portugal. He currently stands 44 championship points ahead of the field after the first six rounds. For the full F2 Championship standings, click here.

Luciano – The back Story

Former McLaren Autosport Award finalist Luchi, 22, from Brentwood in Essex, began karting at the age of 13 before graduating to the Ginetta Junior Championship. He enjoyed instant success in the series before later contesting the T-Cars series. Here, with the PalmerSport Junior Team, he took the championship in convincing style with six wins, three pole positions and 11 podiums.
Since 2006, the has successfully competed in Formula Palmer Audi, Formula Renault 2.0, WEC & Eurocup, including being runner-up in the 2010 Formula Renault Eurocup series.
In 2011, Luciano undertook a part season in the highly competitive GP3 Series with the RSC Mücke Motorsport team, securing a points finish and a further top 10 result.
At the end of season, he switched to Formula Two with his first race being at the Red Bull Ring, Austria. He immediately impressed, finishing seventh and tenth. He followed that up at Monza, Italy, with two more points finishes, ending the season 13th overall in the final championship standings from just two of the eight rounds.