Youngster Alguersuari stays in frame for Spain
Jaime Alguersuari will race for Toro Rosso again this season, giving Spain three drivers on the Formula One starting grid for the first time when the season starts in Bahrain in March.
The 19-year-old, who made his debut as Formula One's youngest driver in Hungary last July, will line up with Switzerland's Sebastien Buemi. Renault have yet to name a team-mate for Poland's Robert Kubica, while newcomers Campos Meta have signed only Brazilian Bruno Senna, nephew of the late triple champion Ayrton. The US F1 team has two seats to fill.
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