Movin' On Up: The 2007 GP2 Season Preview
After two years spent proving itself fit for future champions, GP2 is ready to test, trial and spit out another Formula One hopeful or two this season. And with a strong field ready to form up in Bahrain for the season-opener, David Cameron takes a look at the men that matter at the sharp end of F1's feeder series
This time of year has generally been full of question marks about GP2: in 2005 commentators questioned the need for a feeder series at all, particularly one formed out of the ashes of Formula 3000, while last year the questions were whether GP2 could ever repeat the success that came against all expectations the year before.
For 2007 those question marks are gone, to be replaced by the only question that counts: who is going to win the title this year?
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