Jul.16 (GMM) The boss of Bruno Senna's GP2 team thinks the 24-year-old Brazilian will be ready to move up to formula one by the end of the year.
Senna, whose famous uncle won three world championships before he died in 1994, is increasingly linked with a possible graduation to the pinnacle of motor sport for 2009.He currently lies second in the drivers' classification for GP2, the support series and major feeder category to F1."The future is very bright for him," said Paul Jackson, the iSport International team principal."I do believe he'll be ready for F1 by the end of the year," Jackson told the BBC. "I'd be surprised if he didn't turn out to be very, very successful in F1."