Bruno Senna is a leading candidate for a racing seat with the new Campos formula one team in 2010, its chief Adrian Campos has admitted on Spanish radio.

Bruno Senna is a leading candidate for a racing seat with the new Campos formula one team in 2010, its chief Adrian Campos has admitted on Spanish radio.

Campos, eyeing an experienced driver like Pedro de la Rosa or Marc Gene for the first seat, told Cadena SER that a young charger like Senna fits the bill to complete his first F1 lineup.

He also mentioned Vitaly Petrov, the well-backed Russian GP2 driver, and said Spaniard Antonio Garcia, currently a sportscar driver and a friend of Fernando Alonso, would be offered a test.

Garcia, 29, won the World Series by Nissan title for Campos in 2000.

 

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