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Bruno Senna discusses potential team-mates

The second episode of Tailenders sees Bruno Senna discussing potential team-mates for his debut F1 season
Bruno Senna will make his move into F1 for the 2010 season with the new Campos Meta team as he looks to follow in the footsteps of his late uncle Ayrton.

Senna is currently the only driver signed by Adrian Campos' team for the new campaign, with the second episode of the Tailenders series seeing the Brazilian discussing possible options with his new team boss...



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