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(GMM) James Key could be the next formula one engineer to join F1's struggling giant Ferrari.
Multiple media sources, including the authoritative Italian specialist newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport, say the Maranello based team is interested in Key, a 40-year-old Briton.
Key's career dates back to the Jordan days, continuing through the transition to Force India, and he eventually joined Sauber in 2010.
He was the highly respected technical director at the Swiss team until earlier this year, and was therefore in charge of the impressive 2012 Sauber C31, amid speculation he had headed to Lotus' sports car project.
But the media reports, including in the major German daily Bild, say Ferrari is now interested, particularly because Key is already familiar with the Italian marque through Sauber's use of the Ferrari drivetrain.
However, when asked what truth there is to the Key rumors, Ferrari spokesman Luca Colajanni snapped: "Nothing, nada, niente!"
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