F3 announced shortly before the start of the second sprint race that there were 11 penalties handed out, including for sprint race one podium finishers Olli Caldwell and Logan Sargeant, handed Schumacher top spot on the grid.

Schumacher led the field away on the opening lap, retaining the lead ahead of Roman Stanek and Jak Crawford, who went from fifth to third on Lap 1.

The American was handed a five-second penalty after the first race for gaining an advantage off the track.

Crawford looked to have the pace to take the victory, overtaking Stanek on the outside of Turn 4 on Lap 9.

As he reduced the gap to Schumacher, Crawford encountered a mechanical issue a lap later, forcing him to retire from the race prematurely.

With Crawford out of the way, it allowed Schumacher to build a comfortable lead over Victor Martins, who got past Stanek on Lap 15. 

Like Crawford, Martins hit trouble with a couple of laps to go while running in second, forcing him out of the race.

Stanek couldn’t hold onto the podium as he was overtaken by Frederik Vesti and Dennis Hauger, with the pair joining Schumacher on the podium. 

Stanek finished fourth ahead of Jonny Edgar, while Arthur Leclerc recovered to sixth having started outside of the top 20.

Jack Doohan was seventh ahead of Enzo Fittipaldi and Olli Caldwell in the third Prema

Johnathan Hoggard rounded out the top ten for Jenzer, picking up a point in his second weekend in the series. 

Click here for the full FIA Formula 3 sprint race two results from the Red Bull Ring.