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GP Week : Issue 52
>>F1 INSIGHT similar deal to that which has been agreed with Campos, to design and build their cars. It was a relationship that would last four years and result in podium finishes and a best championship result of eighth. Gian Paolo and his design team were then called up by Honda in 1999 to work on an F1 project with design legend Harvey Postlethwaite. Although the car never raced, it showed once again that if you wanted to start an F1 project, there were few better people to turn to than Gian Paolo Dallara. GPWEEK: You’ve obviously worked with Adrian for a long time in other championships – World Series, GP2, F3 ... What marked him and his team out as somebody you wanted to work with? Adrian Campos is a serious person, he has a good knowledge of F1, and we have a serious relationship together. As reigning GP2 champions, I guess there was no better choice or natural link? No, there was no better choice. This won’t be your first time in F1. Let’s look back to the 1980s … the last time you entered the sport in 1988 with Scuderia Italia. How different was the 2