LEAD driver Timo Glock has revealed he is in no rush to make a decision over his long term future at Marussia Virgin Racing.
The German racer is contracted to the Dinnington-based team until the end of the 2011 campaign.
But Glock, who is hopeful Marussia can register their first-ever point in Formula One when the season gets underway in Bahrain next month, has shied away from committing his future to the fledgling outfit.
“I don’t have a set race or date in my mind as to when I will decide if I am going to stay or go,” he said. “The relationships between myself and the senior management at the team is very good and we all knew this was a long term project.
“I’m just focused on what my job is and I will just get on with it as best I can.”