Lotus are "confident" Kimi Raikkonen will contest the final two races of this season after reaching a deal over unpaid wages.
The Lotus situation came to a head this past weekend in Abu Dhabi when Raikkonen refused to pitch up for Thursday's media commitments due to the team not paying his salary.
And although he was in attendance on Friday, Raikkonen made it known that he was unhappy with the situation.
The Finn, who is off to Ferrari next season, even threatened to skip the final two races of the Championship unless Lotus paid up.
However, after some wrangling between Mansoor Ijaz, the chairman of Quantum Motorsports who are buying into Lotus, and Raikkonen's manager, the...
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