Sauber is set to part company with reserve driver Robin Frijns after the Dutchman was informed that his services will not be required in 2014.
Frijns, reigning Formula Renault 3.5 Series champion, joined Sauber at the end of last season.
'Yes the bad news is true…,' Frijns posted on his Twitter account on Wednesday evening.
'I don't know what happens now,' Frijns told Autosport.
'All I know is I'm sitting at home and everybody is in Monza. I'm a free agent. I don't blame Sauber, they have to keep themselves alive as a team and I understand that.
'Of course they have a great history with young drivers and giving them a chance in Formula 1.'
'But they also have a financial situation...
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