Liuzzi rubbishes rumours of losing seat to di Resta
Force India driver Vitantonio Liuzzi laughed off speculations that he runs the risk of losing his job to reserve driver Paul di Resta.
New Delhi: Force India driver Vitantonio
Liuzzi today laughed off speculations that he runs the risk of
losing his job to reserve driver Paul di Resta, saying there
is a mutual respect between him and the team management.
"...there has been speculation that Force India`s
reserve driver Paul di Resta is in competition for my seat. I
am not worried about these rumours; speculation is always at
the door and all over the papers," Liuzzi, who finished ninth
in Sunday`s Monaco Grand Prix, wrote in his column for
The Italian, who has scored points in three of the six
races this season, said he held a two-year contract and
enjoyed a perfect relation with the management of the Vijay
"I have a contract for two years with Force India and
they believe in me and I believe in them, so our relationship
is very good.”
"They know exactly the problems I was having in China and
Spain and they know that it was not due to anything else. Also
I scored points at the first two races and again in Monaco, so
they can see that I`m very much fighting for the team to meet
its targets," said the Italian.
"It really doesn`t worry me that this sort of stuff is
printed and it`s quite normal that you get this kind of
speculation when you are competing at the highest level,"
added Liuzzi who is bracing for the Turkey Grand Prix on May