Sauber is still scrambling to secure its future, according to the latest reports.
The Swiss team has now announced that Adrian Sutil is replacing the Force India-bound Nico Hulkenberg in 2014.
But Sauber said late on Friday: "The second driver will be announced at a later date."
So what happened to the much-vaunted Russian rescue deal, where the Russian teen Sergey Sirotkin was set to be in the Swiss-made cockpit?
According to the well-connected correspondent for the Swiss newspaper Blick, Roger Benoit, Sauber is now looking into working with a new group of investors.
Reportedly, the unnamed group visited Sauber's Hinwil factory last week.
"They want to take over the team and...
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