Bruno Senna has admitted he wants to stay at HRT next year.
The 26-year-old made his debut with the struggling new Spanish team this season, but has recorded only 3 finishes so far and never qualified higher than 21st.
But according to the news agency Reuters, the Brazilian nephew of the great Ayrton Senna “said HRT … remained his main focus for next year”.
After driving his late uncle’s race-winning 1993 McLaren at Goodwood last weekend, Senna said: “At the end of the day you never know what can and cannot happen in the future.
“All I can do is keep pushing and hopefully get some good results.”
Senna said 2010 is not a wasted season.
“I think I have developed a lot, learned a lot in formula one. I have improved so much on driving and being assured of myself, in motivation.
“In the end of the day, all I think about is making my career long.
“It’s a bit frustrating when you are trying to compete but can’t,” he continued. “But at the end of the day my career is not about only this year.”