Heikki Kovalainen insists he won't pay for a F1 drive even if it means he doesn't make it onto next year's grid.
The Finn's F1 career hit a stumbling block last season when he parted ways with Caterham and learnt that his only chance of staying on the grid depended on him paying for his drive.
Refusing to do so, Kovalainen was sidelined although the former McLaren man was later handed a lifeline when Caterham called him up to test in four Friday practice sessions.
And although his participation is limited, Kovalainen insists it won't result in him becoming a pay driver just to get onto next year's grid.
"I think it's important to get back racing, that's clearly my goal, but I really...
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