Senna: 'He'll simply race for us'
Bruno Senna's chances of remaining on the Formula 1 grid in 2012 remain more than alive.
That's the claim of one of the Brazilian's powerful sponsors which mid-2011 helped Senna to take over Nick Heidfeld's race seat at Renault/Lotus.
Just after the 28-year-old joined the team and the sponsor deal with oil company OGX was announced a spokesman for Senna confirmed the driver's links with the holding company EBX.
At the helm is multi-billionaire Eike Batista, who according to Forbes is Brazil's richest man. Just before the weekend, Senna insisted he was "still battling for a place in F1", having not been "confirmed with any team".
But when contemplating Senna's next move, the O Estado de S.Paulo newspaper quoted Batista as saying: "Simple - he will race for Williams."