DECEMBER 3, 2004
Bourdais has "no chance" at Williams
Sebastien Bourdais has confirmed that he has "no chance" of a drive at Williams next year. There had been some talk of the Frenchman, who won this year's Champ Car title, testing for the team but Bourdais says that if there was a chance at one point, that moment has now passed and he will be remaining in America with Newman Haas Racing.
As has been seen with Anthony Davidson, the Williams team is only really interested in drivers who have no strings attached with other teams and it may be that Bourdais's hopes of an F1 test were curtailed on a paid-option.
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