Campos Want More Podiums

Campos Want More Podiums

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Campos Want More Podiums

The Formula 2 season will come to an end with two rounds in Bahrain, with Campos hoping that Jack Aitken and Guilherme Samaia will finish off in strong form.

Formula 2 heads to the Bahrain International Circuit for the final two rounds of the season, starting this weekend. However, the Campos and the drivers will face an all-new track layout during the second weekend at the circuit.

Bahrain is one of the toughest circuits on the brakes with the characteristic succession of corners and the high temperatures, which should be lower towards the end of the year.

Campos will be hoping that Bahrain brings more podium finishes following a solid performance for Aitken in Sochi where he finished fourth and sixth. The Anglo-Korean has been a regular contender for podiums in most races including two podiums in his home round at Silverstone.

While Brazilian, Samaia has previous experience at Bahrain from the preseason test that happened at the beginning of the season and will try to translate the experience form that into a positive result this weekend.

Campos Team Principal, Adrian Campos, said: “Bahrain marks the final sprint of the 2020 season with two consecutive race weekends there. It is probably the most challenging season we never experienced considering under the circumstances in which it is taking place. We are expecting to finish the season in style with some nice results.”

Jack Aitken said: “I’m hugely excited to be able to get back in the car after so long away! We have neem working hard to ensure we are ready for the final rounds in Bahrain, and we are absolutely focused on achieving race wins to end the season on a high.”

Guilherme Samaia said: “I’m looking forward to being back on track after this long break since Sochi. I used this time to rest and digest a lot of information. I feel positive for these last two rounds in Bahrain, aiming to finish the season in a high.”

The drivers will return to the track during the free practice session on Friday with qualifying taking place just a few hours later.

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