Felipe Massa has admitted he could bring a financial boost to a team that keeps his Formula One career on track in 2014.
The Ferrari refugee has been linked with moves to Lotus or possibly McLaren, but the Brazilian was quoted in Singapore as also mentioning Williams, Force India and Sauber.
And 11-time grand prix winner Massa, 32, said there is no shame in offering some backing to a prospective employer.
'I don't mean that I'm taking money out of my pocket, which I would never do, I am a professional driver who gets paid to race and will continue to do so,' he told O Estado de S.Paulo newspaper.
'But I can use my great relationships to find a company that wants to be part of a global...
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