Round 2 was a roller-coaster ride of emotions for DAMS: Alexander Albon grabbed a maiden pole position on Friday while teammate Nicholas Latifi was unable to set a laptime within 107% of the fastest. At the start of the Feature Race, Albon kept the lead and defended well from George Russell, but he lost it after having elected to pit a lap later than Russell, also conceding another position to Nyck de Vries in the pits. All seemed lost until the battling pair of Russell and de Vries went too deep into Turn 1 after a safety car period. Fuoco, who was behind Albon, jumped the DAMS driver to take the lead, but four laps later the Thai ace was able to reclaim P1 and then drove flawlessly to the chequered flag. Meanwhile, Latifi powered his way through the field to take fifth place from last on the grid. The next day, Albon stalled on the grid so it was up to his Canadian teammate to bring some silverware home. He took the lead from third at the start, but later relinquished it to Sergio Sette Camara. He was then unable to stop Russell and de Vries, finishing fourth, but Sette Camara was disqualified after the race to promote Latifi to P3. Both DAMS and Albon are now second in the Championship.