No way there. Schumacher already said that there is no way that he will end his career in a team other then Mercedes. I also dont think that Schumacher will extend his contract if there is no bright spot for Mercedes and the rest of the 2012 saison. Would be a shame because i love see Schumacher racing, but what can we do.snorri788 wrote:Seeing as Massa's seat at Ferrari next year is pretty much open, could we see Schumi going back there in 2013?
Well, time will tell. But Kubica is no journeyman, and as you rightly say would drive for a "living wage" to prove he is up to task.raymondu999 wrote:I amend my statement: if there is the advent of promising young talent; Sauber doesn't have a track record of taking on established drivers.
I don't remember figures of what Kubica used to be paid pre-accident; but I'm pretty sure that he would survive on a living wage. In a way it would be like paying for an opportunity to prove himself again.
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