Jun.4 (GMM) If Toyota stays in formula one beyond this season, it seems clear that Timo Glock will drive one of the Cologne based team's red and white cars.
The 27-year-old, who actually debuted for Jordan in 2004, returned to formula one as GP2 champion with Toyota last year.It was said at the time that Glock had penned a multi-year contract, and his manager Hans Bernd Kamps has confirmed that his charge is indeed assured a Toyota seat for a third consecutive season in 2010.Referring also to the Japanese marque's stance with FOTA amid the budget caps conflict, Kamps is quoted by sport1.de as insisting that "Timo will be together with Toyota in 2010. Of that there is no doubt."Glock, however, has recently been quoted as worrying about how the current crisis will end, but at the very least he is not concerned about becoming unemployed."If next year there is no more formula one, then I would return to working with my Dad in his scaffolding company," he said.