Recognized as the premier one-make racing championships in the world, FIA Formula 2 Championship is the natural path to Formula 1. Campos Racing launched many drivers to F1 such as Giorgio Pantano, Vitaly Petrov, Romain Grosjean, Luca di Grassi and Sergio Pérez. 10 of the 24 drivers of the current F1 got their chance to race after proving their worth in GP2 Series.


Jack Aitken is one of the most talented racers of his generation. He is on the way to the top of international motorsports. He started a karting career like most the drivers – just for fun. At age 12, however, he won several international championships, so he changed 2012 to racingsingle-seaters. After graduation, he focused on his racing career. In 2015, he was accepted by Renault in the Academy and is currently reserve driver for the Renault F1 team and there also test driver. In addition to his test-driving duties for Renault Sport, Jack Aitken has competed with Campos Racing team in the FIA Formula 2 Championship – the classic feeder series for young drivers on the way to the FIA Formula 1 World Championship.
Guilherme describes his career like an “unusual one”. He hasn’t had an ideal karting trajectory... “It wasn’t the path my parents wanted me to follow, so, I only raced go karts in brazil. Then I was able to race in F3 Brazil light where I was champion in the first year, and also in the F3 A” (principal category). After that, he raced in the BRDC British F3, being on tracks for the first time at the race weekends, but,, he managed to get some good results and lots of learning. Then, he moved on to Euroformula having a difficult season in 2018. 2019 was tough season for him: “I did only the first 4 races in Euroformula and due to some unsolved issues within the team, so I had to stop”. From this he started to prepare himself for one of the biggest challenge in Motorsport moving to FIA F2... “8 months later, I did the Abu Dhabi F2 tests and I decided to join Campos Racing team to fight in one of the most prestigious championships in the world”.