Nerea Martí returns for second season of F1 Academy with Campos Racing

The Spaniard will contest the 2024 F1 Academy season with a Campos Racing-run Tatuus-Autotecnica car

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Campos Racing is proud to announce that Nerea Martí will join its driver line-up to contest the 2024 F1 Academy season alongside American Chloe Chambers and German Carrie Schreiner. Martí will be at the wheel of Campos Racing-entered machinery to fight for top honors in the all-female racing series once again.

Martí, who will be sponsored by Tommy Hilfiger throughout the season, is one of the most experienced female racing drivers all around the world. The Valencia-born racing driver made her debut in the lower formulae in 2019 in which she took part in the F4 Spain Championship claiming a podium finish on her debut. She finished 4th and 7th in the W Series in 2021 and 2022 several podium-finishes to her name. Last year, she entered the new F1 Academy category becoming a strong force thanks to making onto the rostrum six times, including a win. Last but not least, Martí has also built a successful racing career in GTs and touring cars over the years.

The seven-round calendar will see the 2024 season kicking off at Jeddah Corniche Circuit on 8-9 March. The series will also pay visits to Miami (4-5 May), Barcelona (22-23 June), Zandvoort (24-25 August), Marina Bay (21-22 September), Losail (30 November-1 December) and Yas Marina Circuit (7-8 December), which will bring the curtain down on the season.

Adrian Campos (Campos Racing Team Principal): “It’s great to have Nerea driving one of our cars again for 2024. She proved to be a clear contender for wins and podiums last year, and I feel confident that we will be able to further rise the bar this season. With more experience in the series, I have no doubts our goals ae to be more ambitious yet in 2024. We have put together a nice group of female drivers and we are restlessly working to arrive in Jeddah on top form.”

Nerea Martí (Campos Racing Driver of F1 Academy): "I'm over the moon. Being able to continue with Campos Racing for another year in the F1 Academy is incredible. It's very special to do it with Campos Racing, being a Spanish team and one that we worked with last year, so we all know each other. The team is strong, and with everything we learned last season, this year we'll be able to be at the top.”