Jun.22 (GMM) Gerhard Berger admits he is likely to look within Red Bull's own stable of young drivers should Toro Rosso need to replace Sebastian Vettel at the end of 2008.
Intense speculation in the Magny-Cours paddock suggests that the energy drink outfit's A-team, Red Bull Racing, has already decided to replace David Coulthard with Vettel for next season.Berger, Toro Rosso's co-owner, played down the Vettel rumours."I know his contractual situation of course but there is no hurry," the Austrian told sportnet.at. "More, I cannot say right now."Should Vettel graduate to Red Bull, Berger was asked where he might start looking for his replacement."At first we would always look within Red Bull to see if anyone is there," he said, but he denied that he has someone already in mind."No. Currently there is no-one ready for formula one," Berger said.