Senna admits talks with other teams
1 November, 2010
Nov.1 (GMM) Bruno Senna has admitted it would be “great” to return to Interlagos in the future with a chance of a good result.
The Brazilian rookie, whose uncle Ayrton was revered by the local Interlagos crowd and is buried in nearby Morumbi, will contest his first grand prix at the circuit this weekend in the uncompetitive HRT car.
Recent reports have indicated the 27-year-old is in talks with other teams about 2011, perhaps Lotus where he could be test driver next year before returning to the grid in 2012.
“It would be great to fight for better positions,” he said in a Portuguese language Reuters news report.
Senna’s debut F1 season has been difficult, but he said he is focused on the positive aspects.
“I have learned a lot, I have gained experience in many ways, and I have the opportunity to fight for a place for next year. So it’s been a year of learning and growing and it’s giving me the chance to be in formula one next year,” he added.
Senna confirmed there are talks ongoing with other teams about 2011.
“We are talking with other teams and we are opening some doors that were maybe not open before … the prospects are good,” he added.