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Bianchi targeting 2013 Force India race seat



Force India test driver Jules Bianchi is targeting 2013 Force India race seat, he was took two top times in recent Young Driver Test at Magny-Cours and also he done some sequence of Friday morning practice this season.

Last two seasons Force India promoted its third driver to race seat, first with Paul di Resta and Nico Hulkenberg, and Jules Bianchi trust next will promote him for 2013 race seat.

“I’m just trying to focus on what I’m doing this year with the World Series and the Friday mornings at Force India,” he told ESPNF1.

“It’s really important that I need to do well and show people that I deserve the seat. I will try to have a race seat for next year and I hope it will be with Sahara Force India of course.”

Bianchi has topped the timesheets at the last two days of the Young Driver Test at Magny-Cours, driving for Ferrari on the first day and Force India on the second. For the final day he is back with Ferrari, but Force India’s chief engineer Jakob Andreasen said Jules made really stepped up to the task in hand and continued to impress all of us.

“We’ve had an excellent day with Jules – he really stepped up to the task in hand and continued to impress all of us,” Andreasen said.

“Of course, we already know Jules well from running him during Friday practice sessions, but today he we was able to spend a full day in the car and demonstrate his potential. It was clear he felt comfortable in the car and we saw his confidence continue to grow with each run.”

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