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    #F1 News: Alguersuari not denying Force India rumour

    May 28 (GMM) Jaime Alguersuari has refused to confirm or deny speculation he might be first in line should Force India have a driver vacancy for 2013.

    El Mundo Deportivo, a Spanish newspaper the former Toro Rosso driver now writes a column for, mentioned that the Force India rumour had circulated in the Monte Carlo paddock at the weekend.

    When posed to Alguersuari, the 22-year-old answered: "I have said that I will be in the world championship in 2013, but I did not say where and I will not tell you now."

    Force India 2012 driver's Paul di Resta has been linked with moves to top teams Mercedes or Ferrari.

    Alguersuari continued: "As of June, all sorts of rumours start going around in formula one, but they are just that -- rumours."

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