Eric Boullier is hoping Lotus can sign Kimi Raikkonen's replacement on merit and not financial worth.
As the costs of competing in Formula One continue to spiral, more and more teams are looking to pay drivers to make up the deficit in their budgets.
Although Lotus are fourth in the Championship, the Enstone outfit's financial troubles have been well documents especially after Kimi Raikkonen announced that he was leaving as he had yet to be paid.
The team, though, is confident there is light at the end of the tunnel as they are still waiting to reap the financial rewards from Infinity Racing acquiring a 35 percent stake in the team.
And with that money in hand, Boullier hopes Lotus can...
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