Who should replace Sebastien Bourdais at Toro Rosso?

With Sebastien Bourdais' days at Scuderia Toro Rosso seemingly numbered after a disappointing start to the 2009 F1 season, there has been much speculation as to who may slot into the seat alongside rookie Sebastien Buemi for the remainder of the year.

Red Bull protege Jaime Alguersuari, the youngest winner of the Brtish F3 title and currently a frontrunner in the World Series by Renault, is the hot tip, having been moved into the prime 'reserve' role at both Red Bull F1 teams, and comes with a handy link to Repsol backing.

There could be a rival for the Spanish teenager, however, following rumours that Sebastien Loeb had put himself forward as replacement for his beleaguered countryman. Other than having the right name for a Red Bull seat, Loeb comes with five WRC titles and second place at the Le Mans 24 Hours to his name - and is currently backed by Red Bull at the Citroen team.

Then again, could the two drivers mentioned as possible Bourdais replacements before the season even started - Bruno Senna and Takuma Sato - be the man to slip into the Frenchman's seat after nine races?

So, given the choice, who would you rather see replacing four-time Champ Car king Bourdais should be ousted by Toro Rosso?

Who should replace Sebastien Bourdais at Toro Rosso?

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