This weekend, Formula 2 makes it’s debut at Zandvoort, for Round 12 of the season. Team principal Adrián Campos has made the team’s goal clear: “continue the same positive path already seen in the last races before the summer break.”
Boschung had missed part of the season due to neck issues, but stunned the field upon his return in Spa, starting the Sprint Race from pole before converting it to a podium finish. Speaking about his struggles with his neck, Boschung said that he “had a very positive feedback with my neck”, and that the weekend went “pretty well under the circumstances”.
Looking towards this weekend, Boschung has said that he’s “looking forward to making another strong performance”, and feels he can “take the most out of Zandvoort”, despite it being his first time racing at the venue.
On the other side of the garage, Olli Caldwell is making his racing return, having spent the Spa-Francorchamps round on the sidelines after picking up 12 penalty points in the season. The Briton comes into this weekend off the back of some encouraging results before summer break, including his first points finish in Austria – and Caldwell is raring for more.
Speaking of his return, Caldwell was “excited to start racing again after the summer break”, stating that he hopes to “continue making steps forward in terms of speed and results”. The Briton is no stranger to Zandvoort, having raced here in FIA Formula 3 last year, and is hoping that both he and Campos can “bring some good results home from the Netherlands.”
Talking about expectations for the weekend, team principal Adrián Campos has expressed his relief over Boschung & Caldwell’s returns. For Boschung, Campos said “it is great to see he is able to compete a second round at consecutive weekends”, whilst he also added that the team “are pleased to have Olli (Caldwell) joining us” for Zandvoort.
With the partnership reformed, Caldwell & Boschung will be continuing their points charge this weekend, aiming to pass Trident in the Teams’ Championship, who lie just seven points ahead of them. Campos currently lie 10th in the Teams’ Championship on 63 points, whilst Boschung & Caldwell are 14th & 20th respectively in the Drivers’ Championship.
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