As Lotus firms up its plans for the 2015 season, Romain Grosjean's future is looking increasingly uncertain.
It was already known that, when Pastor Maldonado and his lucrative backer PDVSA switched from Williams to Lotus for the 2014 season, it was the beginning of more than a single-year deal.
'I don't want to give too much away,' the Enstone team's owner Gerard Lopez said late on Saturday, 'but as it's halfway through the season I can confirm 50 per cent of our driver lineup for 2015 as Pastor is with us for next year.'
That is despite the fact the Venezuelan has yet to score a single point in a black and gold car, while teammate Grosjean has eight in his account.
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