Luiz Razia insists he hasn't given up on his Formula 1 dream, but says the need to bring sponsorship means talent is now a secondary requirement.The Brazilian had been confirmed as a race driver with Marussia this season, but when his backing failed to arrive, the 24-year-old was replaced by Jules Bianchi.
"F1 these days is all about the money and second hand is the talent - unfortunately I don't have money at the moment, so it is looking difficult to get back to it," Razia told Sky Sports F1 Online.
"We had the issue at the beginning of the year and that was the end and we are still trying to sort out the situation. Obviously it was not easy, but after that I got invited to...
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