Ralph Boschung will continue his partnership with Campos Racing in Formula 2 into a fourth successive year after signing a deal for the 2023 season.
Boschung made his debut with the team back in 2017, scoring points three times, coming 19th in the standings and missing the final round. He switched to MP Motorsport for 2018, scored more frequently but missed the final two rounds.
A similar story played out in 2019 as he joined Trident, but budget issues meant he had to skip four rounds. He returned to F2 for the 2020 season finale with Campos, substituting for Formula 1-bound Jack Aitken, and has been with the team ever since.
Two podiums put him 10th in the standings in 2021, but a neck injury has curtailed his ’22 campaign and meant he has has failed to race at six of the 13 rounds held so far. He has claimed two podiums again though when fit enough to race.
“I am grateful to have the opportunity to continue with Campos in F2 next year,” said Boschung.
“With 2021 being my only full F2 season, this year started so well but with the neck injury, my whole season was compromised. I have unfinished business and will want to prove that together with Campos Racing we can achieve consistently very good results.”
Campos team principal Adrian Campos Jr added: “We are delighted to continue working with Ralph, because after the health issues encountered, all we have a pending matter. Our goals together are still to be fulfilled and it will be our mission for next year, in which we expect to fight for top honours on a regular basis.”
Should Boschung see out at least the first three rounds of 2023, he will surpass 100 race starts in F2.