Kamui Kobayashi is not worried about losing his seat to a paying driver as such a move would hurt Caterham's chances.
Caterham was sold to a consortium of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors earlier this season, leading to rumours that neither Kobayashi nor team-mate Marcus Ericsson are safe.
But while Ericsson is paying for his drive through Swedish sponsorship, his team-mate is not - although he is driving for free.
Kobayashi, though, is confident Caterham won't drop him in favour of a paying driver as he reckons it would hurt the team's chances of fighting back against Marussia.
He told Autosport: "I don't really worry about my race seat.
"There are always rumours, but it's...
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