Boschung and Visoiu, driving both Campos Racing’s Dallara cars, have set their sights in the points at the Hungaroring, described as Monaco without the walls
Campos Racing will conclude its intense month of July with a third event of the FIA Formula Two championship in the frame of the Grand Prix of Hungary. The Hungaroring Circuit near Budapest will play host to the seventh round of the series and both drivers racing under the Campos Racing banner, Romanian Robert Visoiu and Swiss Ralph Boschung, focus on securing another solid points haul on Magyar soil.
Boschung scored three times with a seventh and two eighth places and started from the pole position twice. On the other hand, Visoiu is making steady progress every weekend and posted a best 11th-place finish three times.
Hungaroring brings good memories for Campos Racing in several different racing categories and the main F.1-feeder series isn’t an exception. In fact, the Spanish-based teams achieved a resounding race win in 2014 and claimed top-5 finishes in 2015 and 2016.
Hungaroring is one of the year’s most physical demanding tracks for drivers due to its tight and twisty nature and the short straight offers one of the few opportunities to overtake. Besides, it requires huge mechanical grip levels and together with high temperatures result in extreme tire wear.
The qualifying session is scheduled on Friday at 15.55 (CET). Saturday’s feature race with mandatory pit stop will take place at 15.40 and Sunday’s sprint race is scheduled at 10.35 (CET).