Antonio Felix Da Costa for me as well has a lot of potential, while Vainio is good too. The top four all stand a strong chance of getting to Formula One.mikhailv wrote:I agree, Daniel Abt and Mitch Evans were surpreme in GP3. But Tio Elias, that last race, made me sit up and think 'that was a damn good performance'. So maybe another year in GP3 for him and then move to GP2,could be one to watch. Similarly to Da Costa.
But most deffinitely Abt and Mitch deserve to move up.
I agree, Ellinas could do with another season but he's matured massively over the second part of the season, which is good to see.
@Edi, I agree. It's always a danger for young drivers when choosing plans for next year. Evans has no choice really, he can't do another season so it's FR3.5 or GP2. But for the top 5 there's that issue of whether you do another year and go for the title, or risk another year and having a disappointing season and dropping off of the radar. Equally, for someone like Abt, he's still only nineteen so he needs to make sure he doesn't rush through, end up as a very young driver in GP2 and get all lost at sea.
You've seen this season in GP2 - top rookie is 23 year old James Calado, who has a lot of experience in other series. In modern GP2, it's extremely hard to come in and make a decent impression.