With just a month until the 2010 season begins, there remains much uncertainty about the composition of many teams -- including one that does not even have an official entry.
It emerges that Stefan GP has shipped garage and team equipment not only to the Bahrain opener, but also to Australia and Malaysia, with another container set to be transported to China for the April event in Shanghai.
If the Serbian outfit is granted an entry, Kazuki Nakajima is believed set for one race cockpit, with Ralf Schumacher linked strongly with the other.
Campos has a cockpit open, but following the latest reports about the dire health of the Spanish team, it is now strongly rumoured that confirmed driver Bruno Senna may be back on the market.
He is being linked not only with Stefan GP but also - in Brazilian reports - to USF1, despite the American team closing on a deal with Adrian Valles.
Also believed to have some sponsorship to offer a 2010 team is ousted Renault rookie Romain Grosjean, while Christian Klien and Jacques Villeneuve are pushing hard for drives.