India’s Jehan Daruvala started his 2021 FIA Formula 2 Championship crusade on a brilliant note, securing the second spot in Race 1 during the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend on Sunday. Jehan showed his determination in the second race as well, moving from eleventh to fourth after a splendid run, yet missed a second consecutive platform wrap-up just barely. At First, Jehan qualified 6th out of 22 racers on the framework yet began on P5, attributable to the opposite lattice rule for the initial race. He started intelligently, overwhelming the vehicle ahead go him to move into the fourth position.
Jehan at that point drove shrewdly, remaining simply behind the pack, without pushing hard to ensure his tire life. Partially through the race, he started mounting tension on German racer David Beckmann for third. He prevailed by first pushing him hard into a corner and afterward overwhelming around the outside, to move into third.
French racer, Theo Pouchaire who had begun on the post was straightaway. Jehan immediately shut the hole and similarly as he was going to take any action, the Frenchman’s vehicle endured a specialized issue, permitting Jehan to climb to second.