Pedro de la Rosa admits his chances of returning to the F1 grid next year are high, but insists he has not yet made a decision about what to do in 2010.

Pedro de la Rosa admits his chances of returning to the F1 grid next year are high, but insists he has not yet made a decision about what to do in 2010.

The Spaniard, 38, has been McLaren's favoured test and reserve driver for many years but has always spelled out his desire to add to his tally of 72 grands prix.

He is strongly linked with the new Campos team but indicated to the Spanish sports newspaper Marca that it is not his only option.

"I have not had so high a possibility to return to race in formula one for years," said de la Rosa.

He said however that he is not anxious to finalise his plans.

"I am calm and satisfied because the important thing is to have options, even though I am not resting on my laurels.

"We are going to try to organise something (for 2010), but it is not necessary to make a rush and a wrong choice," de la Rosa added.

 

 

 

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