Glock has no interest in returning to F1


4 August 2014 by TF1T Staff | M
          

Former Toyota and Marussia driver Timo Glock holds no desire to return to Formula 1, which he believes has lost its way with the rise of pay drivers.

The German left the sport at the end of the 2012 season and opted for a DTM seat with BMW, a decision he says he's happy with as only a small number of F1 teams respect talent over money.

"It is pretty clear that in the current situation there are just three or four teams who can choose and pay for their drivers," he told the DPA news agency.

"The rest look for how much money the driver can bring. In my eyes, that's not the purpose of the sport. That's why at the moment I don't see a future and don't waste thoughts thinking about it," added Glock.

"At the moment I'm having a lot of fun so I would be happy if I could continue for a few more years [in DTM]."

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