Jaime Alguersuari has all but confirmed he will be racing for Toro Rosso once again in 2010.
Alguersuari enjoyed his Formula 1 race debut at this year’s Hungarian Grand Prix after replacing the sacked Sebastien Bourdais and, at the age of just 19 years and 125 days, became Formula 1’s youngest ever driver in the process.
During a chat session with readers of Spanish newspaper Marca, the Spanish teenager revealed that his future in Formula 1 is secured. "A few months ago I signed a contract," he replied after being asked if he will remain at Toro Rosso for the upcoming campaign.
The Barcelona resident added that he hopes to finish in the top ten on a regular basis.
Good job, Jaime!
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