Campos Racing

Name:Campos Racing
Based:Valencia, Spain
Founder: Adrián Campos
Team Principal: Adrián Campos
Car Numbers: 29, 30 and 31
Current Drivers: Alex Peroni, Alessio Deledda and Sophia Floersch.

Adrián Campos moved into management of teams rather than driving himself and founded Campos Racing in 1997. His team first competed in Open Fortuna by Nissan with Marc Gené and Antonio García as drivers. Gené took the title and stepped up into Formula One in 1999 where he was replaced in the team by Fernando Alonso. The team took the title in 1998, 1999 and 2000 with Gené, Alonso and Garcia all winning the championship in their years.

Since then, it has competed in a range of championships from Touring Cars to Formula 2. It has gained 9 team’s championships and 10 driver’s championships in its range of categories they have raced in.

Notable Drivers
– Fernando Alonso
– Marino Sato
– Lando Norris
– Lucas Di Grassi
– Rio Haryanto
– Roberto Merhi
– Jack Aitken

FIA Formula 3
The team made their debut in Formula 3 cars in 2004 when they switched their main focus to the Spanish Formula 3 Championship with two teams. They won their first overall Spanish F3 crown with Germán Sánchez in 2008 before retaining the title with Bruno Méndez in 2009. The championship is now known as the European F3 Open.

Campos raced as a part of the GP3 Series from 2015 to 2018 when the series changed to FIA Formula 3 where they gradually improved over time. In their first year, they finished 7th in the standings with Alex Palou and Zaid Ashkanani before taking 7th once again the following year when they brought back Alex Palou but partnered him up with Steijn Schothorst and Konstantin Tereshchenko. The grid was completely new for their 2017 when they finished 5th in the standings with Raoul Hymen who received the only team win, Julien Falchero and Marcos Siebert. The final year was the teams best year as they finished 3rd in the standings with Leonardo Pulcini who received two wins, two poles and two fastest laps to take 156 points for the team, Simo Laaksonen and Diego Menchaca.

For their 2019 season in the sport, the team was joined by Sebastián Fernández, Alessio Deledda, and Alex Peroni. Alex Peroni could only compete in seven out of the eight rounds due to an accident so David Schumacher raced instead. The team only finished with 5 points, placing them tenth in the standings.

2020 FIA Formula 3 Season

Pre-Season Bahrain Testing 2020

For their FIA Formula 3 season, the team will be racing cars number 29, 30 and 31 with the drivers Alex Peroni, Alessio Deledda and the first female driver in the FIA F3, Sophia Floersch.