In the final year of his current contract with Ferrari, Felipe Massa has said he is in no rush to sign a new deal, adding that he is unworried by speculation linking Robert Kubica with the Maranello outfit.
Kubica, who has a one year deal with Renault, has made a superb start to his 2010 campaign, currently sixth in the standings, the Polish driver appears to have regained his pre-2009 form.
Massa, currently leading the Drivers' Championship, says he is unperturbed by the rumours linking the Pole with his team and will not be hurried into making a decision regarding his future.
"I am very happy with my condition and the way we are working," he told reporters in Shanghai, ahead of this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix. "Even before my accident last year, some talks started over a new contract and the talks have started again.
"I'm not really in a rush to do that," he responded, when asked if an announcement regarding a new contract with the team would be forthcoming. "I'm in a rush to do better racing and to fight for the championship. That is more on my mind and the contract is something that I'm not in the rush for at the moment."