'No plans' to leave Monaco for F1 job - Berger (GMM) Gerhard Berger on Wednesday dismissed rumors he is set to return to formula one as a boss.
The great Austrian, who after retiring from formula one spent time as BMW's joint motor sport director before co-owning the Toro Rosso team, has been linked with Ferrari as well as his friend Dietrich Mateschitz's Red Bull outfit.
"I have no plans to move back to Austria -- on the contrary," he told the Austrian newsmagazine NEWS, addressing the Red Bull rumors.
"I love Monaco, where I have my office," he added.
It is believed the rumors were triggered by his separation with his long-term wife Ana.
"The truth is I have lived away from my wife for one and a half years," he insisted.
He told the Kurier newspaper earlier this month that he does not particularly miss formula one, and - despite visiting the Barcelona paddock last weekend - he intended to leave town to avoid the chaos in Monaco.
"Although I have many friends who call me and we talk about formula one, I've not hungry anymore," he said.
"There are days I want to be back in the middle of it, and others where I just want to sit on a motorcycle or a kart and have fun."
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