Mark Webber has said he is not ruling out a move to a different team when his Red Bull Racing contract expires at the end of this season.
The Australian now holds a joint championship lead with teammate Sebastian Vettel after winning the last two grands prix, and has become one of the key figures in the driver market with his current contract expiring at the end of 2010.
Although he admits he is happy at Red Bull, he left himself open to the possibility of moving for 2011, with Ferrari known to have a potential vacancy with Felipe Massa's contract also ending this year.
"I've just won two races, back-to-back, and people are asking me where I'm going to drive next year," Webber said in an interview with Britain's The Mail. "I'm very close to the guys at Red Bull, we've been through a lot and I have a great relationship with them. Yet things happen and change very fast in this business and you never know what's around the corner."
Webber expects his future to be decided by the time of the British Grand Prix in July.
"At the moment, I'm only thinking about the next race, in Turkey next weekend. The rest will take care of itself. There are hundreds of points up for grabs and I'm concentrating on the job in hand. I imagine the picture will be clearer in another six weeks or so. But what matters most is I still have a great desire driving me."
He also took time to reflect on his Monaco Grand Prix victory last weekend, admitting that he has been blown away by his achievement.
"It seems a lot of people watch the Monaco Grand Prix!" he added. "I suppose it's amazing because, only three or four weeks ago, everyone was talking about the dream team at McLaren or Michael [Schumacher] doing this or that. But I'm not getting carried away; our sport changes in a flash.
"It struck me that, at that dinner with the Prince, I was part of history. I'll never forget them peeling back the roof of the building for a fireworks display. It was a great conclusion to what had been a unique, dramatic week in my life."
Webber returned to the Monte Carlo track on Monday to take some time to revel in his victory.
"I drove around the track again in my road car looking to see where the rubber was, just taking in the moment," he said. "The last time I'd driven it, I'd been pretty wired! I am not one for the glitz or glamour, but I know how tough it is to win there. A small error and your race is over. I just wanted another look on Monday."