Adrian Sutil on Thursday insisted he has no intention of losing his place in formula one.
The rumour dates back a week, even before Sauber's woeful 2014 season got even worse when German Sutil's car spun during the grand prix and became stranded on the Hockenheim circuit.
Earlier, boss Monisha Kaltenborn had said when asked about the performance of her drivers: "I am not satisfied with the performance of the team."
Esteban Gutierrez, however, appears safe. He is backed by Telmex, whose Carlos Slim is closely linked with the newly-confirmed 2015 Mexican grand prix.
And although Mexico City was initially scheduled for the 2014 calendar, F1's other Mexican driver Sergio Perez on...
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