Oliver Goethe joins Campos Racing for 2024 FIA Formula 3 season

The German-Danish, who was recently announced as an addition to the Red Bull Junior Team, will be driving one of the Campos Racing-run cars next year

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Campos Racing is pleased to announce that Oliver Goethe will join their driver line-up to contest the 2024 FIA Formula 3 Championship season. Goethe was recently recruited to be part of the Red Bull young driver programme and the young German-Danish is expected to be a force to be reckoned with in winning contention.

Goethe, aged 19, achieved rapid success in the lower formulae after making his debut in the last part of 2019 season. Despite his youth, Goethe secured six podiums finishes, including a maiden win, in the 2020 F4 Spain season to finish 5th in the drivers’ standings. The German-Danish talent claimed the Euroformula Open title in 2022, the same season in which he made his debut in the FIA F3 with Campos Racing scoring points twice in only four races. He scored his maiden win in the Formula 3-based racing series in 2023.

Goethe made his comeback to Campos Racing stable to take part at the famous Macau F3 Grand Prix following a promising post-season testing. The talented Red Bull junior finished in ninth place after putting it a nice recovery drive from the back in both races.

Campos Racing will provide more details of their driver line-up in due time.

Adrián Campos (Campos Racing Team Principal): “It’s great to have Ollie joining Campos Racing for 2024. He is a very talented driver, who has showed great potential in the FIA Formula 3. Ollie made his debut in the series with us and he is now further stronger and experienced as already seen in Macau making an amazing recovery drive in such difficult urban circuit. Hopefully we have an exciting, successful campaign ahead together.”

Oliver Goethe (Campos Racing Driver of FIA Formula 3): “I am excited to be back with Campos Racing for a full season! They helped to make my entrance to FIA F3 as smooth as possible back in 2022. This year we completed a successful post-season testing programme and the Macau GP together which makes me feel positive about what’s coming next. My goal is to fight for wins and podiums from the start and be consistent. That’s what matters the most in this championship.”