Campos Racing team is proud to announce that rising talent Enzo Deligny is joining its rooster for the 2023 F4 Spain Championship season. Deligny will drive a Campos Racing-run Tatuus T-021 alongside Noah Strømsted and Jesse Carrasquedo Jr, who were already confirmed in December.
Deligny becomes the first Red Bull Junior Team driver defending the Campos Racing banner
Deligny was born in Shanghai from a Chinese mother and a French father on 17 April 2008. Deligny, who started racing at just the age of 5, competed in his native China before moving to Los Angeles with his family.
The teen ace then climbed the karting ladder in the USA by winning the Challenge of the Americas Championship twice in 2019 and 2020. In Europe, the Red Bull Junior Team driver rapidly made an impression as well as he won the Champions of the Future in 2021. In 2022, he was a race winner in the WSK – Euro Series and the WSK – Super Masters Series. Besides, he also finished second in the European Championship.
Now the French driver joins current F4 Spanish Champions ready to give his best.
Adrián Campos, Team Principal: “We are delighted to have Enzo (Deligny) with us as he is a very talented karting driver with an impressive racing record on the international scene. We have been working with Enzo for some time in preparation for the 2023 season. This year is going to be a real challenge for everybody as our goal is to defend the titles achieved in 2022. I would like to thanks Enzo and the Red Bull Junior Team for their trust to work together in his first steps in single-seater racing. We will give our best to enable Enzo to reach his full potential. Let’s to have a strong partnership and help him towards the pinnacle of motorsport”
Enzo Deligny: “I am thrilled to join Campos Racing for my first year in single seaters. F4 is a big step for me, but being in the right environment makes this transition enjoyable. I would like to take the opportunity to send a massive thank to Adrian Campos Jr for his trust, Andreu Romera to help me since day 1, and my engineer Jose Perez ‘Josete’ to always push me harder, and the rest of the team to make me feel home and welcomed. I am also very proud to keep Lorenzo Travisanutto as my coach. Pedal to the metal from now!”
The 2022 F4 Spanish Championship season will start next May 5th at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium.