Nerea Martí signs for Campos to compete in the F1 Academy

racing fields, one of the five teams that will form the grid of the F1 Academy already has the first of its three drivers who will compete in the women’s championship that opens this year: Nerea Martí. Thus, the 21-year-old Valencian pilot and the team, also based in Valencia, will join forces under the same flag with the intention of fighting for “great objectives” after Nerea finished seventh last year in the W Series after adding two podiums (in Miami and Paul Ricard).

“I am very happy to join Campos Racing for this F1 Academy season. It will be a new opportunity to continue growing in my sports career and I am sure that we will achieve all of our goals”, Martí declares in the statement from the team in which Adrián Campos Jr., main team, He welcomes her like this: “It is a pride for us to be able to count on Nerea. He has been among the best pilots for the last few years and we are sure that together we will be able to achieve the objectives ”.

This signing is one more sign that the F1 Academy wants to take over from the W Series as a reference for women’s motorsport. In addition to the financing problems that precipitated the end of the W Series in 2022, the Academy was born with the absolute support of a giant like F1 and that is something that can hardly be refused. Nerea and the Filipina Bianca Bustamente (who will run with Prema) They have already switched to the new championship and I’m sure they won’t be the only drivers to do so.

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Pepe Martí, also continues with Campos in F3

They are being a few days of announcements in Campos Racing, because the signing of Nerea Martí by the Spanish team joins the renewal of Pepe Martí for Formula 3. The 17-year-old from Barcelona made his debut in the category last year with a 25th place finish and two points to his credit, but he finished with a very good feeling at the Jerez test that closed the season and he is confident of building from there. “We had a season from less to more, constantly learning, and we ended with some very positive tests. I hope I can have a good season”, says Martí, who will be accompanied by the British Christian Mansell and the Australian Hugh Barter.

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