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“We’re still kind of early in the season to be anywhere and the focus is really on this year.
Then we’ll see in a few months if the things start to come together or not,” said De Silvestro.
The 30-year-old’s career best finish remains a 10th achieved at last year’s season’s Coates Hire Newcastle 500 finale, a feat she is determined to consistently repeat in the future.
De Silvestro has revealed that plans for next season are still in their infancy with the Swiss driver, who was heavily linked to a move to Triple Eight for 2019 before talks collapsed, working hard to secure the best possible situation for 2020.
“So for sure, I wouldn’t want to leave without achieving that.
That’s the big thing, so, definitely I think Supercars is high on the list.
De Silvestro is among a group of out of contract drivers at the end of the season having originally penned a three-year deal with Supercars, Harvey Norman and Kelly Racing, then operating as Nissan Motorsport, at the end of 2016.
Now into a third season in the category, the former Indy Car driver is lying 20th in the standings after a frustrating start to the campaign, that has been highlighted by a pair of 12th place finishes at Perth.
While committed to Supercars, the ability to continue with extracurricular activities is important to the Harvey Norman backed driver.
“I’m really lucky to have been given this opportunity especially with Harvey Norman being onboard.
“I feel like we came into the championship with a big target to be really competitive and I feel like, so far, I haven’t ticked that box yet.
“It is great to see so many strong female drivers testing the new Formula E car,” Mouton said in a media release.
“I strongly believe that in order to see the potential of the best women drivers in the world, they need to get a chance to drive with the best teams, which is exactly what is happening here.
“No I wouldn’t say that (I’m keeping my options open outside of Supercars),” she added.