Albers rules out Spyker test seat

Mon, 6 August 2007, 02:00

Christijan Albers has now dropped his threat to sue Spyker for dumping him from its formula one lineup.

After a defaulting sponsor failed to pay its bills to Spyker, the 28-year-old has now told a Dutch television station that he is currently in talks with the team head Michiel Mol about the future.

“I would like to race, but that is not possible,” Albers, who has now been replaced full-time by Japanese pay-driver Sakon Yamamoto, said.

“We must examine how and if I can remain in the Spyker family,” he added, but he ruled out becoming a test driver.

Albers commented: “I do not see that as an option. We all know that Spyker do not test much.”

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