Campos Racing have retained Ralph Boschung for the 2023 Formula 2 season, announcing that the Swiss driver will continue his partnership with the Spanish team for a third campaign.

After getting his 2022 season of to a positive start with two top four finishes in Bahrain, Boschung followed this up with his first podium of the year in the Imola Feature Race.

Unfortunately, after suffering with facet syndrome and neck pain, he was forced to pull out of six rounds mid-season. Despite this, Boschung immediately impressed on his return, netting a third-place finish in the Spa-Francorchamps Sprint 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”

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His relationship with Campos first began in 2017, where he scored their first points of the F2 season with back-to-back top eight finishes in Baku. The 25-year-old reunited with the team full-time last season, going on to achieve his maiden podium in Jeddah, before claiming a second podium in Yas Island.

Team Principal Adrián Campos added: “We are delighted to continue working with Ralph (Boschung), 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.”

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Now Boschung will be looking ahead to the final round of the season in Abu Dhabi this weekend, as he aims to recreate his 2021 season-ending form and return to the podium at the Yas Marina Circuit.