Former Grand Prix winner Jean Alesi has admitted that he has little interest in competing in GP Masters.
The Frenchman is one of several names to have been linked to the series, which announced four new drivers earlier this week, but he has said that competing in the category doesn't appeal to him.
"It would have interested me if it took place within a Formula One weekend," Alesi told German magazine Auto Motor und Sport.
The Frenchman believes that adding GP Masters to the Formula One and GP2 races on a Grand Prix weekend would make for a very interesting package.
"It's a great chance lost," he said. "Fans could have seen an amazing show of Formula One, GP2 with the drivers of tomorrow, and GP Masters with the drivers of yesterday."
The GP Masters race at Silverstone last year was supported by the British F3 series, although poor weather meant that crowd figures were low.