Danica Patrick says she has been flattered to be linked to the USF1 project, but the IndyCar racer admitted she hasn't heard from the team.
The team's technical director Ken Anderson said earlier this week that they would be interested in testing Patrick, the first female winner in the IndyCar series.
The 26-year-old said in Toronto on Wednesday, however, that she hadn't had any contacts with the team.
"There weren't any quotes from me because they haven't spoken to me," Patrick was quoted as saying by the Globe and Mail newspaper.
"It's very flattering. I think that any time you are in the same sentence as Formula One, it's a flattering thing."
"I haven't really expressed a lot of excitement and interest in world travel. We'll see what they'll say though. Maybe they'll call."
USF1 are scheduled to unveil their plans next Tuesday in a special television show on SpeedTV.