The Spanish digital press revealed today two important pieces of news about the next F1 season regarding the nationals involved. First news is Pedro de la Rosa is about to be confirmed as Sauber driver for next season. Finally Pedro will have the opportunity to race after several years helping McLaren in the development of their cars. On the other hand, it seems that Campos GP has huge economical problems and won't be available to compete in 2010 season on their own, so team chiefs are looking for possible investors such as Stefan GP, that would provide the "Toyota package" including the former Williams Japnese driver Kazuki Nakajima. At this moment it seems Campos can't pay Dallara for their chassis, so we might see "un-official Toyota" racing in 2010. Personally, I ask myself how professional FOM was when they chose Campos GP, a team owned by Bernie Ecclestones' friends but a team without a structure, instead of Epsilon Euskadi: a team who has F1-like installations in the north of Spain, experience in Le Mans 24hr and a head chief like Joan Villadelprat who has been working in McLaren, Ferrari, Tyrrell and Benetton for 30 years. Politics.