Buemi admits 2014 Formula 1 comeback unlikely 3 September, 2013 Sebastien Buemi Former Toro Rosso driver Sebastien Buemi has admitted that his career will probably stay on its current course in 2014, with a Formula 1 race seat not likely. Daniel Ricciardo has been signed by Red Bull‘s champion team for at least three years, and the other energy drink-owned Formula 1 squad, Toro Rosso, looks likely to field Jean-Eric Vergne alongside rookie Antonio Felix da Costa next season. This means that if the current Red Bull reserve Buemi, the 24-year-old Swiss, wants to return to the grid, he will have to do so at a non-Red Bull team. “The doors are still open,” he told Brazil’s Totalrace, “but nowadays it is very difficult because of the financial situation. “It is not easy when [teams] are looking for [drivers with] money.” For the last couple of years, Buemi has split his time between serving as the Red Bull reserve at grands prix, and racing for Toyota in endurance sports cars. He said: “My goal is to return to Formula 1, obviously. “But I am very happy to be here,” said Buemi, referring to Toyota, with whom he finished second in this year’s fabled 24 hour Le Mans race. “It’s a great car, we are in a big fight, and I’m doing my best to succeed here. “I am happy with the situation here at Toyota and what I’m doing with Red Bull, so why not go on like this for another year?” said Buemi. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsMarko: Legally it’s not ok that Vettel is already with FerrariTodt rubbishes Red Bull’s twin-turbo planMallya: Red Bull cheats on the regulationsSad farewell for Vettel as an era ends for Red BullRed Bull play hardball block Vettel’s Ferrari testNewey says all F1 cars’ front wings flexingLegality of Red Bull RB10 front wing questionedRed Bull and Infiniti burn rubber in DubaiVettel: It will be emotional but maybe we get a final podiumHorner claims Renault is 75 bhp down on Mercedes The Pessimist The truth is that no one wants him either co’z there are a lot of talented drivers out there who truly deserve to be in F1, Robin Frijns, Antonio De Costa,Carlos Sainz jr and Jaime Alguersuari to name a few. You had your time son, now it’s time to move to the U.S as they want a troll like you driving for them in their Nascar, Champ Car or whatever irrelevant series they have.