Despite protestations to the contrary, Sauber's struggle for survival is not over, according to the latest German-language reports.
The Russian rescue deal had appeared back on track on Friday, as teen driver Sergey Sirotkin confirmed rumours he has now signed a race deal for 2014.
But Welt newspaper said the flow of money from Russia has actually been barely more than a trickle.
Reporting from Spa, Bild correspondents Nicola Pohl and Lennart Wermke referred to a promised EUR 22 million injection, in exchange for Sirotkin's race seat.
But the reports said only EUR 3 million actually materialised.
"For Sauber, the situation is dramatic," said Pohl and Wermke. "The Russian...
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