Jamie Alguersuari says he is relaxed about his future despite speculation about Toro Rosso wanting to give reserve driver Daniel Ricciardo a chance to race this year.
Alguersuari has been somewhat overshadowed by teammate Sebastien Buemi this season, the Spaniard finally scoring his first points of the year in Canada. With Toro Rosso eager to given Ricciardo the chance to race, there have been suggestions that Alguersuari needs to raise his game in order to keep his seat. The Spaniard, however, says he is focusing on his job, not worrying about the future.
"At the moment, I said it so many times, I think both of us and the team have been developing the car, we still have to learn lots of things and to develop things on the setup," Alguersuari told a news conference in Valencia.
"I don't know about the situation in the future, I always try to do the best, I try to enjoy because it is my job and if I don't enjoy my job I would not be here. I am quite relaxed, I am quite confident, I know what I can do and what are my possibilities. There are lot of things to learn, a lot of things to see – and I hope to be in the points again here. I am still learning and still developing car until the end of the year."