to rivals in GP2 showdown
Bruno Senna has pledged to fight until the final seconds of the season'sclosing race as he chases the GP2 Series crown at Monza, Italy. TheBrazilian will start tomorrow's feature race from 12th place on the grid,but Monza offers several potential overtaking opportunities and there isalso a possibility of rain. As he has proved throughout the campaign, Sennahas few peers on a damp track.
"The balance of the car wasn't too bad, but we didn't have our gear ratiosquite right. The problem here is that cars are very closely matched and acouple of tenths can make a difference of about six places. That hit mequite hard, because I found a little bit of traffic on my final lap, butthat's racing.
"I know from testing in low-downforce trim that we should have a quick carin the race, but then again there's a possibility that the weather will bea factor. Either way I think we'll be in good shape."