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GP Week : Issue 39
> F1NEWS> Allmedinger says yes to US? AJ looking good for USF1E seat as Busch, Patrick and Andretti look unlikely ... DON’T hold your breath waiting for news that Kyle Busch or Danica Patrick will be on the driving staff at the USGPE Formula 1 team next season. A number of sources have suggested that the new Charlotte, North Carolina- based team has discounted the rumours that NASCAR’s baddest bad guy driver, right, and IndyCar racing’s first lady will be on the driving staff of the new team, which is being developed by Peter Windsor and veteran engineer Ken Anderson. It appears that the man most closely connected with a seat in the new team is AJ Allmendinger. The NASCAR driver, left, who is on a piecemeal deal with Richard Petty Motorsports, is known to be well thought of by the new team’s management, and is a former race winner in the now-defunct Champ Car Series –in the process, beating current Toro Rosso driver Sebastian Bourdais. Other names connected to the seat are those of former STR driver Scott Speed and IndyCar racer Ryan Hunter Reay who, apart from having sound road racing credentials, is this year the face of a multi- million dollar promotional campaign for clothing brand IZOD. Indeed, Hunter- Reay’s new deal with Vision Racing – which is owned by IndyCar boss Tony George – has come about almost solely because of the promotional potential of the IZOD deal, which would not be effective had RHR not secured a seat in the struggling series. Rumours suggesting that Marco Andretti would become F1’s first third- generation driver have been soundly discounted. Bring it on: Nico’s Guide to Malaysia After a cracking Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne practice pace- setter (and son of a former World Champ) Nico Rosberg looks ahead to Sepang ... Images used in GPWEEK are shot by the photo-artists at Sutton Images. Posters available of any shot – CLICK HERE for more information Interested in Aussie V8 Supercars? CLICK HERE to access Australasian Motorsport eNews ... 13