Cheese-crazed informant Neil Allenby gives his thoughts on who is going to fill the remaining seats and engine deals.
This team might not even be on the grid next year as everything seems to quiet at the Italian team with reports that the team is turning up at the races with no team principal and no strategy.
As an Italian team it is fair to say that if they are on the grid then they will almost be certainly be powered by Ferrari engines.
Gerard Alaniz looks set to be a good choice to consistently bring in the points behind star driver James Harding.
The big question is if they will be there at all. Several teams are known to want a coveted grid spot in the championship such as Warrior Racing.
With no stars emerging from this years Junior team in GP2 and with most of the driver market booked up, things could get difficult for the team. Douglas Bacon has been on form recently and his Italian roots could make him a very appealing option to the Scuderia.
Ingram Grand Prix
Ingram have brought a wealth of talent to the grid this year. This looks set to continue with the team looking set to bring in a GP2 driver as part of a Young Driver Program for a bigger team.
Fun F1 have confirmed their line up for 2014 in Fuller and Agostino. However they have yet to confirm their engine supplier. The team looks happy with its engine deal with Toyota, so there should be no massive changes there.
2014's new team, Force Australia, will probably be looking for experience for its first year. Gerard Alaniz, Hugh Dywer, Enzo Domenicalli or Scott Parsons look to be the favourites for the remaining seat.