Campos has selected 20-year-olds Hugo Valente and Fernando Monje for its new assault on the World Touring Car Championship
Adrian Campos's team announced last week that it was entering into partnership with long-time works SEAT WTCC team SUNRED to field two Leons in this year's series.
Spaniard Monje (pictured) contested a partial WTCC season with SUNRED last year, claiming two points finishes and also winning the European Touring Car Cup.
Valente switched from single-seaters to saloons for 2012 and emerged with the runner-up spot in France's one-make SEAT series, before getting a one-off WTCC chance with SUNRED in China.
The Frenchman will miss the first three meetings before starting his WTCC season in Hungary in May.
2013 WTCC line-up so far:Team Car Driver(s) Honda (JAS) Honda Civic WTCC Gabriele Tarquini/Tiago Monteiro Zengo Motorsport Honda Civic WTCC Norbert Michelisz Lada (Russian Bears) Lada Granta James Thompson/Aleksei Dudukalo Bamboo-Engineering Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T James Nash/Alex MacDowall ROAL Motorsport BMW 320 TC Tom Coronel/Darryl O'Young Proteam Motorsport BMW 320 TC Mehdi Bennani/tba Team Engstler BMW 320 TC Franz Engstler/Charles Ng Wiechers Sport BMW 320 TC Fredy Barth PB Motorsport BMW 320 TC Stefano d'Aste Anome BMW 320 TC Jean-Philippe Dayraut Munnich Motorsport SEAT Leon WTCC R Huff/M Basseng/R Munnich RML Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T Yvan Muller/Tom Chilton Tuenti Racing SEAT Leon WTCC Pepe Oriola Special Tuning SEAT Leon WTCC TBA/TBA Campos Racing SEAT Leon WTCC Fernando Monje/Hugo Valente NIKA Racing Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T TBA
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