Adrián Campos Suñer is a retired Formula One driver who drove for Minardi in 1987 and 1988. After a racing career which included the 1997 Le Mans 24 Hours, Campos turned to team management, forming the Campos Racing Team. The team entered GP2 in 2005 before being accepted into F1 for the 2010 season. After suffering financial problems however, the team was sold to José Ramón Carabante in February 2010 and was renamed to Hispania Racing. As a result of the takeover, Campos was given the position of "executive vice-president" of the team.

Hispania Racing competed in F1 until the end of the 2012 season after which the team folded.

Formula One CareerEdit


Campos' first Formula One race came at the Brazilian Grand Prix, driving for the Italian Minardi team. He was disqualified for an incorrect starting procedure just after 3 laps.

The Minardi proved to be unreliable throughout the season, and he only finished a single race, finishing 14th at the Spanish Grand Prix.


Campos was retained by the team for the 1988 season. However, he lost motivation at the start of the season and was replaced by Pierluigi Martini for the entire season.

Post-Formula OneEdit

Campos returned back to his country to race for the Spanish Touring Cars, winning the championship in 1994. 1997 would be his final year as a racing driver, retiring at the age of 37.

Formula One Statistical OverviewEdit

Formula One RecordEdit

Year Entrant Team WDC Points WDC Pos. Report
1987 Italy Minardi Team SpA Minardi-Motori Moderni 0 NC Report
1988 Italy Lois Minardi Team SpA Minardi-Cosworth 0 NC Report

Career StatisticsEdit

Entries 21
Starts 17
Pole Positions 0
Front Row Starts 0
Race Wins 0
Podiums 0
Fastest laps 0
Points 0
Laps Raced 433
Distance Raced 2023.265 km
Races Led 0

Career ResultsEdit

Complete Formula One results
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Pts Pos
1987 Flag of Brazil Flag of San Marino Flag of Belgium Flag of Monaco Flag of the United States Flag of France Flag of Great Britain Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Austria Flag of Italy Flag of Portugal Flag of Spain Flag of Mexico Flag of Japan Flag of Australia 0 NC
DSQ Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 14th Ret Ret Ret
1988 Flag of Brazil Flag of San Marino Flag of Monaco Flag of Mexico Flag of Canada Flag of the United States Flag of France Flag of Great Britain Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Portugal Flag of Spain Flag of Japan Flag of Australia 0 NC
Ret 16th DNQ DNQ DNQ

Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning
1stWinner Ret Retired
2ndPodium finish DSQ Disqualified
3rd DNQ Did not qualify
5thPoints finish DNPQ Did not pre-qualify
14thNon-points finish TD Test driver
NCNon-classified finish (<90% race distance) DNS Did not start
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