Dallara owner and boss Gian Paolo Dallara has confirmed the Italian constructor is pushing ahead with its F1 plans for 2010.
The Parma based outfit, famous for its F3 chassis as well as for its involvement in the Indycar, GP2 and other junior series, was commissioned by the new Spanish entrant Campos to pen its 2010 car.
Campos’ other problems, however, have been well documented, amid rumours Dallara is growing impatient with the wait for invoices to be paid and is now beginning talks with Stefan GP and perhaps also USF1.
Referring to the Campos project, Dallara said: “I can say with pride that we have done a good job in design and development, all safety (crash) tests have been passed and production has gone ahead.
“Unfortunately, factors outside our control are slowing the process down, but I am confident that we can find solutions so that our work is not lost,” the 73-year-old added.