The penchant for cryptic Twitter
posts continued into Monday morning, with GP2 Series driver James Calado following Fernando Alonso
by promising an announcement.
While the Spaniard was particularly coy about his news, Calado gave a little more for fans to play with and, following a promising outing in July's Young Driver test, appears to be in line for greater F1 involvement from this weekend.
“This is going to be a really busy race weekend for me in Italy,” he tweeted, “All will be revealed soon”.
The Briton, who claimed his first GP2 Series win of the season in Belgium last weekend, has been tipped as a possible Force India
reserve next year and, with the Silverstone team yet to produce its preview to the Italian Grand Prix, it would be no surprise to see Calado handed the opportunity to take part in Friday morning's practice session in place of either Adrian Sutil
or Paul di Resta.
The Monza circuit is already well known to Calado from his time in GP2 and GP3 and, with GP2 commentator Will Buxton revealing that ART stablemate Conor Daly will be driving the Briton's regular mount 'from paddock to pit-lane', all fingers point to a tight schedule for Calado, with GP2 practice following immediately after the F1 session....