Giedo van der Garde: 'I've done enough'

Giedo van der Garde of The Netherlands and Caterham is seen following practice for the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace on November 22, 2013
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Caterham driver Giedo van der Garde believes his results in the second half of the season have helped to secure his future in Formula 1.

Caterham driver Giedo van der Garde says his performance over 2013 has been enough to secure a second season with the team.

The Malaysian-owned outfit have yet to confirm either of the seats for next year, with Heikki Kovalainen – who deputised for Kimi Raikkonen at the final two races in Austin and Interlagos - and Marcus Ericsson being linked with moves to the constructor.

However, Van der Garde believes he has shown himself to be a team leader and claims that Caterham are "very satisfied" with his displays.

He told GP Update: "We shall see. We are talking with them as well. My management is quite busy now and hopefully we can have some good news soon."

Caterham finished behind Marussia as Formula 1's lowest-ranking team.

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