Christian Klien on Thursday moved to dispel any claims that he has walked into a stormy relationship with his new HRT teammates.
The Spanish team’s new test and reserve driver will take over Karun Chandhok’s F110 car on Friday morning, and fellow rookie Bruno Senna admitted in Barcelona that he is not keen to sit out sessions this year.
But Klien, 27, told Germany’s Motorsport-Magazin.com that the pair have not complained to him.
“No, not at all,” said the Austrian. “We walked the track together and it was a good relationship.”
Klien however admitted that it is “understandable” that the two race drivers “want to sit in the car as much as possible” during the race weekends.
He said he is not sure if and when he will return to the Friday cockpit later in 2010.
“So far Barcelona is the first one planned, then the team will decide whether it will be the same for other grands prix,” explained Klien.