Super Aguri future unclear
Discussions regarding new investment "ongoing"
The future of financially-troubled Super Aguri remains in the balance ahead of this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.
The backmarker outfit were left in limbo last week after the collapse of a takeover deal, spearheaded by the Magma Group, who in turn had the backing of Dubai International Capital.
Super Aguri have also yet to explicitly confirm whether drivers Anthony Davidson and Takuma Sato will compete at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya on Sunday.
The team have arrived in the paddock, although senior personnel are at present keeping their cards close to their chest as to what could unfold.
There at least appears a glimmer of light as team principal Aguri Suzuki has confirmed in a statement that "discussions regarding investment are ongoing".
Suzuki, whose team are in their third season in Formula One, added: "Due to legal conditions, we are unable to expand on, allude to or provide further details regarding this confidential matter at present.
"We would like to thank our team partners, suppliers, our fans and colleagues in the media for their continuing patience and support, and we look forward to our weekend at the Spanish Grand Prix."