IMO braking on the Bora with campag red pads when it's dry is actually better than alum braking. You can modulate better.
Couldn't agree more.
Besides that, one shouldn't really compare apples to oranges.
When you run carbon rims you do not want a brake pad to eat away at your rim each time you hit the brakes either. So unless we're going to see a surface treatment of the braking track and pads that are designed to work with that, better braking on alloy rims equates being able to throw you over the handlebar better squaring your tyres in the process as you now have locked your wheel too.....
I've been using Campa pads and Corima cork pads for ages on Boras and both work fine for me on the those rims. Funny enough I find the Campa pads to work better on Corima rims than their own cork pads so there you go. All (well most) carbon rims are different (not all alloy rims are alike either) so I'd recommend starting with what the rim manufacturer recommends and take it from there. More often than not you'll be returning to whatever came with the rims though.
One major plus for both the cork pads and Campa's pads is that they're very carbon friendly. Even after years of abuse the brake track is hardly marked on the rim. I've seen woree, much, much worse from even the most reputed brands...
So, as far as Campa pads for Campa CF rims go, the red ones get my vote of confidence.