Campos confirms Hyman, Siebert for 2017 GP3 season

Campos has confirmed that Raoul Hyman and Marcos Siebert will complete its GP3 Series line-up for the 2017 season.

Campos confirms Hyman, Siebert for 2017 GP3 season
Raoul Hyman, Campos Racing
Julien Falchero, Campos Racing, Raoul Hyman, Campos Racing and Marcos Siebert, Campos Racing
Marcos Siebert, Campos Racing
Marcos Siebert, Campos Racing
Marcos Siebert, Campos Racing
Marcos Siebert, Campos Racing
Marcos Siebert, Campos Racing

Hyman, 20, led the team's efforts in all three pre-season GP3 tests, ending up fifth-fastest on the final day of testing in Valencia.

The South African was third in BRDC Formula 4 in 2014 and graduated to European F3 a year later, but did not race anywhere full-time in 2016.

Siebert, who completed two of the three GP3 tests in the top 10, will enter the series as the only F4 graduate in the field.

The Argentinian raced in Formula Renault 2.0 in 2013, but made a step back to enter Italian F4 in 2015 and finished fifth there.

He continued in the series a year later and became champion, beating Mick Schumacher by 15 points.

Hyman and Siebert will join the previously-announced Julien Falchero at Campos, with the Spanish fielding a full-rookie line-up.

With Hyman and Siebert now officially confirmed, GP3 is set to kick off its 2017 season with 19 drivers on 13-14 May in Barcelona.

2017 GP3 driver line-up:

TeamDrivers
ART Grand Prix

 George Russell

 Nirei Fukuzumi

 Jack Aitken

 Anthoine Hubert

Arden International

 Niko Kari

 Steijn Schothorst

 Leonardo Pulcini

Trident

 Kevin Jorg

 Giuliano Alesi

 Dorian Boccolacci

 Ryan Tveter

DAMS

 Santino Ferrucci

 Tatiana Calderon

 Bruno Baptista

Jenzer Motorsport

 Arjun Maini

 Alessio Lorandi

Campos Racing

 Julien Falchero

 Marcos Siebert

 Raoul Hyman

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