Sebastien Bourdais has reacted furiously to reports that Sunday's German grand prix could be his last race in formula one.

Sebastien Bourdais has reacted furiously to reports that Sunday's German grand prix could be his last race in formula one.

The French publication Auto Hebdo believes the 30-year-old will be replaced after the Nurburgring round.

"I don't know anything," Bourdais told the French language radio station RMC.

He told the reporters: "If that is the only thing that interests you then I don't have anything to say. Is that clear to everyone?

"We are at the Nurburgring, there is a race to do and that is all that counts. Since this morning I have had cameras completely stuck to me; I feel like an animal.

"This rumour, it has been going around for a year and a half," said the Frenchman, referring to the entire length of his F1 foray since switching from an ultra-successful career in American open-wheelers.

"At every race someone says this is my last race, but with Toro Rosso nothing has changed since the beginning of the season. No-one has said anything in particular to me," Bourdais added.

 

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