The Spanish driver, an expert of 71 grands prix, will race beside Japanese team-mate Kamui Kobayashi.The team is back in the possession of creator Peter Sauber after BMW leave from Formula 1 at the end of the 2009 season.Sauber said he required one skilled driver and one beginner in 2010 and believes the combination of De la Rosa and Kobayashi, who overcome when he was called up by Toyota to race in Brazil and Abu Dhabi last season, is the perfect match.
Pedro de la
The arrangement of a seasoned racer and an up and approaching young driver has repeatedly proved a very fruitful one.I don’t expect either of them to disappoint in 2010.
Following a spell testing for
At what time the Colombian stop F1 for the NASCAR Series in the United States in 2006, De la Rosa filled his race seat and went on to score his first podium, finishing second following Jenson Button at the Hungarian Grand Prix.The ban on in-season testing, introduced in 2009 as part of an proposal to cut costs, has since restricted De la Rosa’s mileage.
Pedro will be 39 by the first race in
I’m thrilled about Peter Sauber’s team, which has been a solid fixture in Formula 1 ever since 1993.