Arden International has confirmed that Bruno Senna and Adrian Zaugg will complete the team's GP2
driver line-up in 2007.
As has become tradition for the Arden squad, the announcement was made at the Autosport International
show in Birmingham and the eventual choice was a result of intensive driver evaluations during October, November and December.
Adren managing director, Christian Horner has vowed that the team will really push this year, after a difficult time in 2006: "This is a young and exciting driver pairing at Arden this year," he noted. "Both drivers have exceptional raw speed and have earned their position within the team following impressive testing performances. The whole team will be pushing hard against some extremely tough competition especially after a frustrating 2006 following Nicolas Lapierre's accident in Monaco, when we finished fourth in the team championship winning just one race."
Bruno Senna, who is a graduate from the British F3
championship having took bronze in 2006, is hopeful that he will be able to get some solid results, although he sees it as a two-year programme.
"I believe the partnership between me and Arden will only grow throughout the year, so I expect to give the team good results already in 2007 and fight for the title in 2008," confirmed the 23-year-old. "Working hard with all the team will expand my knowledge and this is very important for my career."
Adrian Zaugg meanwhile joins Adren off the back of some good displays in Formula Renault, A1 GP and the World Series by Renault: "I am really happy to be joining the Arden team in GP2," he continued. "They have been one of the most successful teams in recent years and I am really looking forward to starting work at the first test in February."