Shortly after the Japanese Grand Prix in Fuji Fun Dick Diceman announced Fun F1's next year's line-up in a short press conference.
"We are pleased to announce that our race-drivers next year will be Carson Davenport & Romano Agostino. Romano has shown what a classy driver he is by coming back stronger than ever after his little holiday in the middle of the season, and we are sure he will just keep improving in the future. His unique talent is a true benefit for us, and we hope we can give him the car he deserves.
Carson Davenport is another fantastic driver to arrive to the Fun Family. He is a proven race winner, and he doesn't need to prove anything after his performances at the end of season 1. We know this season has been a bit difficult for him, but if we give him the car he needs, he will surely show his unique talent again.
We are also pleased that Giani Ledesma is staying with us next year too. His work in the simulator has been a huge help for us, and without his precious feedback we would be nowhere near were we are at the moment. We would also like to thank Lee Fuller for his efforts during the past two years he has spent with us, and wish him all the best for the future. Overall this season didn't go as planned, but with this fantastic line-up we will be much stronger next year. "
This announcement means that Fun F1's current race-driver Hugh Dwyer will drop to test-driver next year. We couldn't get any comments from the Canadian. So the full Fun F1's line-up for next season is: