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Alguersuari frustrated to misplace 2013 F1 race seat



Ex Toro Rosso speedy Jaime Alguersuari completely irritated to lose 2013 Formula 1 season race seat. He also says that it’s unlikely that he will be on the 2013 drivers’ line-up.

Current Pirelli test driver fall down by Toro Rosso at the end of the 2011 season replaced by Daniel Ricciardo and last season his team-mate Sebastian Buemi replaced by Jean-Eric Vergne.

Also he said 2013 expectation missing out his other opportunities in other championships, the Spaniard reference to missing out DTM drive.

“I never imagined that after Red Bull’s incomprehensible decision not to count on me in 2012, having done my best sporting season in F1 [in 2011], I would have to fight so much outside the track before finally assuming that in 2013 I will not be in F1,” Alguersuari make clear.

“I assure everyone that I have been convinced for most of the 2012 season that my seat was secured in a team that usually scores,” he added. “So they did tell me and I believed it to be true. Due to this conviction I passed up other opportunities in other championships,” he said.

“Those who committed themselves with me have given me reasons that I must accept but that I do not share. F1 has become an auction.”

46 Formula 1 Grand’s Prix challenged youngster and 31 points scored, the 22 years of age Spaniard asks: “Is my career over?”

“So I will continue to be active in Formula 1 [as one of Pirelli’s test drivers], and complete more kilometers than any third driver in this discipline. I know how old I am, I know my track record and I’m convinced that I deserve a winning car in F1. And I will keep fighting for it.”
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