"I am also negotiating with another partner, Suzuki is quoted as saying, "because it is not necessary that I keep 100 per cent of the team in my name.
"The danger never existed that we would have to stop this year, but now we have been saved for the future," the Japanese added.
It is rumoured that the other possible Super Aguri investors are Tony Teixiera, an unnamed Dutch billionaire, and Spanish businessman Alejandro Agag.
Suzuki also revealed that he has not yet decided whether to run a customer car next year or built a bespoke Super Aguri.
"A customer car is not so attractive," he said, "because of the distribution of the TV funds. On the other hand it costs $200m and 200 men to make your own.
"We will weigh up our interests with our partner." (GMM)