Jules Bianchi waits for Ferrari chance after impressing at Silverstone

Marussia driver Jules Bianchi talks to the press on October 3, 2013
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Jules Bianchi admits that he must wait for his chance with Ferrari, despite impressing at Silverstone on day two.

Jules Bianchi is resigned to the fact that he will not be driving for Ferrari next season, despite impressing at Silverstone on day two.

Bianchi topped the timesheets on the final day of testing while acting as Kimi Raikkonen's temporary replacement, but has admitted that he will not be driving for Ferrari next campaign.

The Frenchman told reporters: "At the moment I know that it is not the plan for the next year because they have a plan for their drivers.

"Obviously considering I am part of the Academy I think that is the target one day so I have to show them that I am ready in any case, but at the moment they have two drivers who are doing a good job so I don't think it is the plan."

The Marussia driver impressed with a lap of 1:35.262s at Silverstone.

The safety car leads the field following a re-start during the British Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit on July 6, 2014
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