Mari Boya will be returning for a second Formula 3 season, with the Spanish driver linking up with compatriots Campos Racing for the 2024 campaign.

The 19-year-old secured one podium in his rookie season with MP Motorsport, dovetailing it with a campaign in Eurocup-3, where he finished second with five wins to his name.

Speaking on the announcement, Boya said he feeling optimistic after a successful showing with the team during the three post-season tests in Jerez, Barcelona and Imola in October.

"I feel super happy to be joining Campos Racing for a second season of FIA Formula 3. I feel motivated and confident following such positive post-season testing in which was my first time working on track with my new team. A new era just begins and I’m looking forward to starting the new season and achieve success together."

The three-time Spanish Karting Champion's single-seater career began in 2020, where he achieved the Vice-Champion title in Spanish F4, securing three wins and 14 podiums. From there, Boya competed in two seasons of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine, finishing 14th and 10th in the Standings before stepping up to F3 in 2023.

Campos Racing Team Principal Adrián Campos added: "We are glad to have Mari with us for the next season. Definitively, he is one of the most talented drivers in the field. Despite 2023 was his rookie season, there were several highlights proving the best is still to come with more experience under his belt.

"Post-season testing was quite good for us and the new season looks pretty promising. Campos Racing has a tradition of working with emerging Spanish talents, and Mari is just a new chapter of our history.”