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.
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.
This will not be enough for Ferrari IMO. But if he proves it, Ferrari will have a dilemma for 2014.