Bruno Senna's deal to make his F1 debut next year with the new Spanish team Campos has now been signed, according to reports.

Bruno Senna's deal to make his F1 debut next year with the new Spanish team Campos has now been signed, according to reports.

Two weeks ago, the 26-year-old Brazilian denied similar reports in the Spanish press, but admitted that the negotiations were in a "good condition".

The latest reports were published by sections of the Brazilian media, and an unnamed official close to Senna confirmed the news to a reporter of the Associated Press news agency.

Campos-Meta, having openly targeted Senna as well as Pedro de la Rosa, did not comment.

The Brazilian reports also said Rubens Barrichello has definitely signed with Williams, and the British team's boss Sir Frank Williams has confirmed he will announce his drivers for 2010 on Monday.

Lucas di Grassi, Renault's reserve driver and a Sao Paulo native, was mentioned in connection with a race seat for the French team, but it is believed Timo Glock is actually closer to a deal.