Future in F1 looking bleak for Vitaly Petrov

The Australian Grand Prix is slated for March 17. Due to stalling negotiations, Petrov might lose his chance to drive in 2013, Kosachenko said.

updated: January 14, 2013 18:51 IST
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Moscow: It is getting difficult by the day for Russian Formula One driver Vitaly Petrov to secure a seat for the 2013 season, his manager said.

Petrov, who drove for Caterham in 2012, finished a credible 11th in the season-ending race in Brazil. He joined the team last February to replace Jarno Trulli.

"At the moment there are a lot of unanswered questions," Petrov's manager Oksana Kosachenko told R-Sport on Sunday, adding there were too many nuances that need to be sorted out.

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