|2014 GP2 Series season|
The 2014 GP2 Series season is the tenth GP2 Series season, a support series to the 2014 Formula One World Championship.
The 2013 season was originally proposed to be last season with the third-generation GP2 chassis, the Dallara GP2/11, which was introduced in 2011, but it was decided that the series will continue to use this chassis for a further three years in order to avoid a leap in costs to the competitors. The series continues to use tyres provided by Pirelli. Russian Time are the defending team champions.
Free practice sessions have been extended from 30 minutes to 45 minutes long. Drivers are required to use both the harder "Prime" and softer "Option" tyre compounds during a Feature Race (unless declared a wet race), mirroring the rules of Formula One. Previously, drivers had been free to use both compounds as they saw fit, provided both were used over the course of a race meeting.
In his fourth season in the series, DAMS driver Jolyon Palmer won the championship title after a consistent season, with points-scoring finishes in 20 of the campaign's 22 races. He won four races – joint-most for the season, along with Stoffel Vandoorne and Felipe Nasr – and achieved twelve podium finishes, en route to the title, which he won in Russia.