Yuki Tsunoda
Driver Details
Nationality Flag of Japan Japanese
P.o.B. Flag of Japan Kanagawa, Japan
D.o.B. 11 May 2000
Début Flag of Austria 2020 Red Bull Ring Feature Race
Best Finish 0
Formula Two Career
Entries 8 (8 Starts)
Wins 0
First Win
Poles 1
FLs 1
Podiums 2
Points 39
Former Teams
Current Season
Team Flag of the United Kingdom Carlin
Number Standings Points
7 10th 39

Yuki Tsunoda (角田 裕毅 in Japanese; born 11 May 2000 in Kanagawa, Japan) is a Japanese racing driver who competes in the 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship with Carlin.[1] A member of both the Honda Formula Dream Project and the Red Bull Junior Team, Tsunoda graduated to F2 after a season in the FIA Formula 3 Championship.[2][3]


Tsunoda began his career in karting in his native Japan, joining the JAF Junior Karting Championship in 2010.[4] Progressing through the various classes each year, Tsuonda graduated to single-seaters in 2016, obtaining a late-season entry in the F4 Japanese Championship.[4] After obtaining a debut podium, Tsuonda was handed a full season seat in F4 Japan for 2017.[4]

Honda Heroics

Joining the Honda Formula Dream Project in 2017, Tsunoda had an impressive maiden campaign in F4 Japan, securing third in the Championship while also winning the East category.[2][4] Honda duly kept him in Japanese F4 for 2018, and were rewarded as their young protege scored seven wins and the Championship title.[4] That prompted Honda's new Formula One partners Red Bull to sign Tsuonda at the end of the season, with the Japanese youth moving to Europe as a member of the Red Bull Junior Team.[3][4]

For 2019 Tsunoda would complete a dual programme in the FIA Formula 3 Championship and the Euroformula Open Championship alongside other RBJT members.[4] The Japanese racer duly finished fourth in the latter series with a single win, while also securing ninth in F3, while also driving to eleventh in the famed Macau Grand Prix at the end of the season.[4] 2020 would see Tsunoda get a run in the Toyota Racing Series, claiming a single win en-route to fourth in the Series.[4]

Formula Two History

Tsunoda secured his debut in the FIA Formula 2 Championship with Carlin, with the Japanese racer signing a deal with the British squad for the 2020 season.[1] It was a move orchestrated by both Honda and Red Bull, which saw Tsunoda partnered by fellow RBJT member Jehan Daruvala, with Tsunoda and Daruvala evenly matched at the 2020 Bahrain Test.[5]

Post Formula Two Career

Full Formula Two Record

Shown below are a series of tables outlining Yuki Tsunoda's career in Formula Two in statistical form.

Formula Two Entries

The list below includes all of the teams and cars, as well as overall finishing positions for Yuki Tsunoda during their F2 career:

Yuki Tsunoda's Overall Formula Two Record
Year Entrant No. Car Pos. Pts.
2020 Flag of the United Kingdom Carlin[1] 7 Dallara F2 2018

Career Results

Below is a table showing Yuki Tsunoda's full Formula Two record.

FIA Formula Two Championship Record
Year Rounds Pos. Pts.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
2020 Flag of Austria Flag of Styria Flag of Hungary Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Spain Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Tuscany Flag Unknown Flag Unknown 10th 39
18th 11th 2nd Ret 16th 18th 3rd Ret


Videos and Images:

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 'TSUNODA EARNS F2 PROMOTION WITH CARLIN',, (FIA Formula Two, 10/01/2020),, (Accessed 04/03/2020)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Elliot Wood, 'Yuki Tsunoda steals Japanese F4 lead in exciting races at Fuji',, (Formula Scout, 06/05/2018),, (Accessed 12/03/2020)
  3. 3.0 3.1 Valentin Khorounzhiy, 'Red Bull firms up Honda-linked junior team plan for 2019',, (Motorsport Network, 05/12/2018),, (Accessed 12/03/2020)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 'Yuki Tsunoda',, (Driver Database, 2020),, (Accessed 12/03/2020)
  5. 'GHIOTTO TOPS PRE-SEASON TESTING',, (FIA Formula 2, 03/03/2020),, (Accessed 12/03/2020)
2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship
ART Grand PrixBWT HWA RacelabCampos RacingCarlinCharouz Racing SystemDAMSHitech Grand PrixMP MotorsportPrema RacingTridentUNI-Virtuosi Racing
Dallara F2 2018Mecachrome V634T 3.4l V6t
1 Sean Gelael2 Dan Ticktum3 Guanyu Zhou4 Callum Ilott5 Marcus Armstrong6 Christian Lundgaard7 Yuki Tsunoda8 Jehan Daruvala9 Jack Aitken10 Guilherme Samaia11 Louis Delétraz12 Pedro Piquet14 Nobuharu Matsushita15 Felipe Drugovich16 Artem Markelov17 Giuliano Alesi20 Mick Schumacher21 Robert Shwartzman22 Roy Nissany23 Marino Sato24 Nikita Mazepin25 Luca Ghiotto
Red Bull Ring FeatureRed Bull Ring SprintSpielberg FeatureSpielberg SprintHungaroring FeatureHungaroring SprintSilverstone FeatureSilverstone SprintAnniversary FeatureAnniversary SprintBarcelona FeatureBarcelona SprintSpa FeatureSpa SprintMonza FeatureMonza SprintMugello FeatureMugello Sprint
2019 Yas Marina Test2020 Bahrain Test2020 Yas Marina Test
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