Feb.7 (GMM) Sebastien Bourdais is certain his formula one career is over.
After a dominant career on the American open-wheeler scene, the Frenchman switched to F1 in 2008 but struggled with Toro Rosso.The junior Red Bull team dropped him mid-way through its next campaign and he has since raced in sports cars and the open wheel series Superleague.Bourdais, now almost 32, recently tested an Indycar with an eye to a return to the American scene, but in an interview with sports.fr he admitted his F1 career is definitely over."For me, F1 is finished, and - anyway - I don't want to run at the back any more."Unless someone comes to me with a very interesting offer, which I doubt very much, I turned the page after the Nurburgring in 2009 and I don't miss it (F1) at all."I had some good races, some bad ones and some terrible (ones). I have the experience but I'll be 32 soon so I am aware that the time has passed."I had my chance, it didn't go exactly as I wanted, but it happened. Now, I am looking for other challenges," added Bourdais.