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GP Week : Issue 47
> F1NEWS> es for 2010 THE FIA has opened the tender for places on the 2010 Formula 1 grid and ,with the promise of increased competitiveness and a budget cap for next year’s as-yet unconfirmed regulations, a number of new teams have already formally entered. The first team to enter its bid was Campos, the Spanish F3 and reigning GP2 championship-winning team run by ex-F1 racer Adrian Campos. Campos sold his GP2 outfit to Spanish businessman Alejandro Agag over the winter, and hasty moves were made in the days between the Spanish and Monaco Grands Prix to alter the GP2 squad’s name from Campos Grand Prix to Addax, before Adrian Campos entered his team for next season’s F1. GPWeek understands that Campos will benefit from a collaboration with Italian racecar designers Dallara, who designed the GP2 Series cars that Campos took to the teams’ title in 2008. With British manufacturere Lola expected to enter its own team in 2010, that would mean that two of the world’s most recognised and respected race-car designers could be on the F1 grid next year. The second team to make an official entry was the USF1 outfit, entering under the name of Team USF1. The team’s sporting director Peter Windsor told GPWeek at the Spanish Grand Prix that his team was well on the way with its entry, having already completed CAD designs of the car they intend to race in 2010. Windsor also indicated at Monaco that a Cosworth engine deal was becoming more and more likely.