The drivers racing under the Campos Racing banner are bringing excellent results home and Falchero, Hyman and Siebert are regularly in podium contention
Campos Racing will contest Round 7, the second in the Iberian Peninsula after the curtain-raiser event at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, of the GP3 Series. This season will mark the first time that the Jerez round will count towards the championship as traditionally it was a venue of winter preseason testing.
France’s Julien Falchero, Argentina’s Marcos Siebert and South Africa’s Raoul Hyman aim to end the season with a bang following their strong performances in previous races. Siebert finished fourth at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza during the postponed race. On the other hand, Falchero picked up points three times in a row at Spa-Francorchamps and Monza. Falchero secured a fifth place finish, his best result of the season, in Belgium. Hyman already claimed his maiden win in the series at the Red Bull Ring and he should be considered amongst the bunch of potential race winners next weekend.
The new surface of Jerez track will significantly change the characteristics as usually it was the roughest tarmac of any circuit on the calendar.
Both races are scheduled at 11.05 (CET) on Saturday and Sunday, consisting of 23 laps (Race 1) and 17 laps (Race 2).