Pic not worried he could lose Marussia race seat 28 September, 2012 Sep.28 (GMM) Rookie driver Charles Pic insists he is not afraid about following his Marussia predecessors through Formula One’s exit. Before the well-backed Frenchman made his debut this year, the team ran Jerome d’Ambrosio (in 2011) and Lucas di Grassi (2010, then known as Virgin Racing) as experienced German Timo Glock’s teammate. Belgian d’Ambrosio left to become Lotus’ reserve driver after one season, while Brazilian di Grassi subsequently spent time as a Pirelli test driver but is now moving to touring cars. “I’m not afraid about [experiencing] a scenario like that of Lucas di Grassi and Jerome d’Ambrosio,” 22-year-old Pic said in an interview with the Dutch magazine Formule 1. “All I can do is work as hard as possible and do my best. I’ll wait and see what happens at the end of the year.” According to strong paddock speculation, Pic is tipped to take the solid funding of his family’s business – leading European transport company Groupe Charles Andre – to Caterham in 2013. His likely successor is the similarly well-funded British GP2 driver Max Chilton, whose father is the vice-chairman of the major insurance multinational Aon. But Pic is not ruling out staying at Marussia. “Compared to some other teams it is obviously smaller, but I’m getting to develop very well and it’s nice to work on growing up together,” he said. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsTodt: Let’s wait for Bianchi crash findings before judgingFIA requests Bianchi crash information from teamsMarussia: Shocked and angered by these allegationsEmotions still high as Bianchi fights for his lifeMarussia: We need to defend what Jules gave to usRossi set to substitute for Bianchi in AustinMarussia to race with only one car at Russian GPWho is FOM protecting by withholding Bianchi video?Rossi waits but Marussia may field one car in RussiaMarussia withdraw team from GP3 Series Furnace Cleaning Companies Toronto I am now not sure the place you’re getting your info, but good topic. I needs to spend a while learning much more or working out more. Thank you for wonderful info I used to be looking for this info for my mission.