Hard fought weekend for Campos Racing at Hungaroring

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Lady Luck was a fickle mistress in Hungary for Campos Racing and its drivers: Álex Palou, Konstantin Tereschenko and Steijn Schothorst

The Hungarian GP didn´t yield positive results for Campos Racing in the GP3 Series. The team founded by former F1 driver Adrián Campos put in the hard effort but Lady Luck wasn´t on Campos Racing´s side last weekend.

Qualifying session took place on Saturday morning and Álex Palou placed 12th ahead with his Dallara GP3/16. Behind, Konstantin Tereschenko took 17th spot and Steijn Schothorst was 23rd-fastest, the latter experiencing alternator issues, but they all struggling to set a clean flying lap. Later in race one, overall performance was better and Palou took 11th. Tereschenko and Schothorst brought 16th and 22nd home respectively after 22 torrid laps.

On Sunday, Palou came 14th and his Russian teammate finished 17th and Schothorst gained some places over the course of the race to finish 20th.

Next GP3 Series stop: Hockenheimring.

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