Red Bull Skoda number one driver, Harri Rovanpera has admitted that he has no plans as yet for next season.

Rovanpera was left in the lurch at the end of last year, when Mitsubishi canned their programme in the FIA World Rally Championship. Despite having been thrown a life-line by Red Bull Skoda though, the Finn faces an uncertain future. Indeed he reckons his results on Red Bull Skoda's final two events - in Turkey and in Britain, could be critical if he is to remain apart of the WRC.

"I have no plan yet," he confirmed recently. "If we can do something in the next two events then we will see."

Prior to the Cyprus Rally, Rovanpera hadn't been in action since the Acropolis Rally back in June: "All the summer I was building my own house," he added, when asked what he had been up to, prior to his outing in Cyprus [September 22-24], which ended prematurely after electrical problems following the first stage. "We had quite a good test after the Finland Rally. We found many small things and are working in the right way. Sure we need more work and more time and some more parts to be homologated. There is nothing new in the set-up, maybe just the front and rear diff. I think we have a strong car; that is not our problem. Speed is not the top. I hope we can push, but we will see..."

Although things didn't work out in Cyprus for Rovanpera or Red Bull Skoda, as Harri's team-mate, Andreas Aigner was also forced out after SS1 with electrical problems, the team located the problem and are busy working now to ensure its doesn't reoccur in Turkey.

"Despite locating the source of error for both cars we had to forego the possibility of SupeRally. It has become imperative to complete further tests in order to prevent a recurrence of the problem," explained team boss, Armin Schwarz in Cyprus following the retirements on Harri and Aigner on day one. "Since we have to run the same engine in Turkey, there's no room for experiments, so sadly we had to abandon the Cyprus event prematurely. Our whole concentration will now apply to the WRC rally in Turkey."