Former F1 driver Gerhard Berger has revealed whether he would be interested in succeeding Helmut Marko as a Red Bull team advisor in the future.
The 61-year-old is one of few Austrian's to have ever raced in Formula 1, and henceforth, could be exactly what Red Bull needs when Helmut Marko eventually decides to step away from the sport.
However, he doesn't currently think the role would be a good fit, given his involvement in DTM.
"[Joining Red Bull] does not fit my task at DTM, because I am 110 percent involved there and want to get there not only to the cornering exit, but also really to the start-finish straight," Berger told the Formel.de's YouTube channel.
"If Red Bull needs help from me somewhere, then I am available day and night. [He, Mateschitz and Marko are] long friends, and among close friends you always see that you do it when you can do something for the other."
A move to Red Bull would only be possible in the eventuality that Marko stepped away, which he shows no intention of doing anytime soon.
Nevertheless, with the team advisor turning 78 in April, thoughts will surely be turning to who might fill the void when he inevitably does step away from the sport as a whole.
Berger is currently chairman of ITR, the promoter of DTM, meaning that his loyalties are very much away from F1. In order to succeed Marko, he would surely have to relinquish some of his day-to-day duties - or surrender his current role altogether.