I think Frijns really needs the races to mature and be ready for F1 next year (unless Sirotkin actually does get the seat, which could still go to Bianchi – easy way to clear some Ferrari engine debt, right?), as he has the pace, but not the decision making yet to succeed in F1. Perhaps he is too aggressive at the moment, a bit like Maldonado – crash or win. If he had taken up more easy points (Bahrain, 3rd in Germany) he could be near Lancaster in the championship. Lol at copying the setups! Frijns needs to score good points at every GP2 race he is in now, and get near the top 5 in the championship, to keep up his momentum and aim at F1 next year. Calado has been unlucky to have two 9th place finishes in the feature race, else he would actually be in the championship hunt, while Nasr has kept out of trouble and shows that exact consistency and pace mix, indicating he is ready for F1. I wonder if Frijns and Lancaster may swap drives for the rest of the season.
Shame they can’t run those two all season, but I’m still struggling to understand what incentive there is to run a GP2 team, given the lack of prize money and over £3 million budget needed for a season! True motor sport love!