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Campos Meta to be renamed Hispania Racing



Campos Meta F1 will change its name to Hispania Racing F1 Team before the start of the 2010 season next weekend. Jose Ramon Carabante, who was previously Campos team president, took over the group from Adrian Campos last month and installed Colin Kolles as team principal. Spanish newspaper Diario AS said the name alter, which is yet to be formally accepted by the FIA, will be unveiled officially on Thursday in the Spanish city of Murcia.


It is supposed the event could also see the unveiling of the Dallara-built car’s livery and the declaration of Bruno Senna and Indian Karun Chandhok as its drivers. France’s Auto Hebdo said the former Prost, Sauber and Honda engineer Jacky Eeckelaert, who worked with Kolles at Le Mans last year, will also be exposed as being a part of the team. The name Hispania is the Roman name for the Iberian Peninsula, including modern-day Portugal, Spain, Andorra, Gibraltar and some of France. Team president Carabante’s company is called Grupo Hispania.
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