No more Spanish team in F1 confirms De la Rosa 27 November, 2012 Nov.27 (GMM) Pedro de la Rosa has admitted that he left Brazil after Sunday’s 2012 finale with a real sadness, knowing that HRT’s owner Thesan Capital is no longer prepared to fund the Spanish backmarkers, making it likely that Interlagos was the last race in the team’s three-year history. “We have finished the season with so much uncertainty about what will happen now,” lead driver de la Rosa told Antena 3 television. “Are we going to continue, are we changing the name…it makes me feel bad because when I talk to the mechanics I don’t know if it is the last time we work together. “We started the project thinking it would be long term,” he said. At the very least, de la Rosa acknowledged that Formula One will no longer have a Spanish team. “Whatever happens, for many reasons, the team will not be Spanish and that’s the biggest sadness I have,” he said. “We will probably never see a Spanish team in F1 again.” Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsHRT: The best way to finish this long seasonHRT: Everything will depend on the weatherHRT: A first positive day overallBrazil could be last lap for ailing HRT teamBrazilian Grand Prix: HRT previews InterlagosHRT: We were hoping for a better raceInterlagos Day 2: HRT reportInterlagos Day 1: HRT reportCharouz to make FP1 debut in BrazilBrazilian GP: HRT preview stenu Two less moving chicanes next year. Maybe they should apply to GP2. John Given how slow they started the season where they ended up was quite impressive. Still last, but the gap had come down. Any front team would love half the improvement they showed! fapper wohoo! at least a moving chicane has now been eliminated. @stenu: GP3 perhaps? LOL!