Bruno Senna says he is working hard to try and secure a role for the 2011 season in order to 'show what he is capable of'.
The Brazilian joined the F1 grid last year with backmarkers Hispania Racing but endured a difficult season with the uncompetitive F110 and managed a best finish of 14th. Indeed, the Brazilian only one managed to qualify inside the top 20 during a rain-affected session at Spa.
Senna has already been ruled out of the running to fill the second seat at Hispania for 2011 by team boss Colin Kolles and now has limited options for the year ahead, but he said he was keen to secure a role that would show he is capable of making an impression on the grid in future years.
“2011 isn't going to be easy,” he told The Flying Lap with Peter Windsor
. “It's obvious that F1 has been going through many changes and it is the most difficult time ever to be involved if you aren't established or don't have the right route into a seat.
“We are still looking at the options that are left but it isn't going to be easy. [Looking back] I would still have taken the chance to drive for HRT last year to prove myself even though it is more difficult to prove yourself when you have a car that isn't competitive.
“But we are working to try and find an opportunity to continue working and hopefully get a competitive race seat to show what I am capable of.”