Campos Racing has revealed the retro livery it will run in Formula 2 and Formula 3 this season. 

The livery is inspired by the colours it ran in 1998 and features the commemorative logo of late founder Adrian Campos, who passed away in January aged 60.

A statement by Campos Racing’s read: "Back to the roots with the cars in white, the most used in our racing history, the characteristic squares featured on the cars driven by Marc Gené and Antonio García back in 1998 and the commemorative logo of founder and President Adrián Campos.”

Ralph Boschung and Gianluca Petecof will head Campos' F2 challenge in 2021, while Lorenzo Colombo, Amaury Cordeel will seek success for the Spanish team in F3.

Campos endured a difficult year in F2 last year, ending the season ninth overall in the teams' standings.

UNI-Virtuosi Racing will also sport a new livery as Alpine test driver Guanyu Zhou will race for the team for a second successive season.

Zhou's UNI-Virtuosi will run Alpine F1's blue, white and red colour scheme.

Felipe Drugovich is UNI-Virtuosi's second driver for 2021 and he will run a more basic blue livery.

The British team enjoyed a successful 2020 campaign with Callum Illott narrowly missing out on the drivers' title, while the team as a whole secured second in the teams' championship behind Prema.

Pre-season testing in F2 kicks off in Bahrain between March 9-11, with the season starting three weeks later on March 26-29.

A second test will take place between the Bahrain and Monaco rounds in Barcelona on April 21-23.