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GP Week : Issue 72
but who? VITALY Petrov and Pastor Maldonado have moved into prime position for the second seat at Campos, after team boss Adrian Campos admitted that a lack of interest from Spanish sponsors had forced him to rule out a move for long-term target Pedro de la Rosa. "I would like to have Pedro de la Rosa, but he's Spanish and the Spanish sponsors are crestfallen," Campos said at the official unveiling of the team's first driver signing, Bruno Senna. "There are other options from Russia and Venezuela, but it all depends on the sponsor." Vitaly Petrov currently stands as the favourite for the seat at Campos, as the Russian raced for the Spanish team in the GP2 Series and has not only a brilliant rapport with the team principal but also has major backing from a brace of Russian sponsors. Campos meanwhile explained why he had signed Senna to race for his eponymous F1 team in its debut season. "I wanted to sign him for my GP2 team a few years ago," he said at the news conference. "With the little [F1] experience he has he lapped with Honda in similar times to those of Button. The best from Bruno is yet to come. He was runner-up in GP2, something that's not achievable for everybody." Campos has also announced that it will build a new factory at the Parque Tecnologico de Fuente Alamo development outside the city of Cartagena in Spain. Petrov Campos fave F1 NEWS >> 7