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GP Week : Issue 7
The former powerhouse of F3000, Arden takes on a new identity in 2008 thanks to its merger with Trust to become Trust Team Arden. The link to Red Bull remains through team chief Christian Horner, and Sebastien Buemi, who finished the Asia Series as runner up, takes the lead at the team along with his duties as RBR F1 tester. He is joined by Yelmer Buurman, the Dutch former WSR racer. Trust Team Arden Sebastien Buemi / Yelmer Buurman Durango had its best ever season in GP2 in 2007, winning at the legendary Spa circuit and finishing as the highest ranked Italian team of the year. Considering its opposition, that was no mean feat and owed much to the sensible driving of both Chandhok and Garcia. 2008 sees an all-new driver line-up as Davide Valsecchi and Alberto Valerio get their GP2 debuts. Valesecchi was impressive in Asia, but Valerio had a few bumps. Davide Valsecchi Alberto Valerio Durango As in 2006, 2007 was a season of missed potential for FMS as the team brought a star driver into the mix too late in the season to make any real impact on the championship. 2008 then sees three experienced and established Spanish drivers fighting over the two seats at FMS. As GPWeek went to press no decision had been made, although sources close to the team seemed to think Rodriguez and Soucek were looking to be the strongest candidates. Andy Soucek (TBC) Adrian Valles (TBC) Roldan Rodriguez (TBC) FMS 32