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BERLIN - Formula One team Mercedes GP said yesterday they would reveal the identity of their second driver at the start of next year.
Rumours are rife that their second driver will be seven-time world champ Michael Schumacher.
"We have already recruited the excellent driver Nico Rosberg and we will know at the start of the year who his teammate will be," said Dieter Zetsche, boss of car manufacturer Daimler, which owns Mercedes.
"We want to see the best drivers in our cars. To see Nico Rosberg in our team is a good thing.
"It is certainly a big attraction to have at least one German driver under contract." The German press is full of speculation the next Mercedes driver named will be Schumacher, three-and-a-half years after he retired in 2006, and who will turn 41 on January 3.
With 91 Grand Prix wins to his name, Schumacher's signature would be a huge boost to the new team, which was known as Brawn last season.
The German nearly returned to Formula One in the summer with his former team Ferrari, but a neck injury prevented him from racing. - Sapa-AFP