Sebastien Bourdais on Saturday scolded his countryman Sebastien Loeb for publicly staking a claim on his endangered Toro Rosso race seat.

Sebastien Bourdais on Saturday scolded his countryman Sebastien Loeb for publicly staking a claim on his endangered Toro Rosso race seat.

Loeb, the multiple world rally champion, threw his name into the hat amid unconfirmed speculation his fellow Frenchman Bourdais might be ousted after Sunday's German grand prix.

An irritated Bourdais, 30, said after qualifying last at the Nurburgring: "He wants to race in F1, that's normal, it's his right. But that's not how you do it."

 

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