The season has not even begun yet but already the traditional World Series by Renault musical chairs have kicked off in earnest after reigning champions Interwetten Racing announced Daniil Move will replace Carlos Iaconelli.
The Brazilian was the very first driver to be confirmed for 2007 at the end of last season, duly embarking on an exclusive testing programme with the Austrian team through the winter.
However, with the first race at Monza still a month away, it has now been confirmed that he will not form Interwetten's driver line-up for this season, instead being replaced by promising Russian youngster Move.
Having contested part of the F3000 Masters series in 2006, 21 year-old Move earned tests with several teams over the winter period, including Comtec and Cram, but will instead make his race debut in Italy alongside Salvador Duran, joining fellow Russian Mikhail Aleshin on the grid in the process.
Meanwhile, as expected, F3000 Euroseries regular Alessandro Ciompi will race for Eurointernational alongside Celso Miguez this season, leaving only three seats available at Pons Racing, GD Racing and Tech 1 Racing.