Heikki Kovalainen insists he has not yet given up on his formula one career.
After losing his Caterham race seat, the Finn's hopes have been raised again with two more Friday practice drives at Spa last weekend, and Monza up next.
But he admitted at Spa that if the team factors driver sponsorship into its race seat deliberations "again, then the return is not in my hands".
"Everyone knows my situation," he told Turun Sanomat newspaper. "I do not come with money and, if I do get a sponsor, then I'll take the money for myself," he grinned.
It is suggested Kovalainen, 31, might instead follow the likes of Sebastien Buemi, Nick Heidfeld, Bruno Senna and Kamui...
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