It appears that $14M is not enough anymore to buy a Formula One seat, even in a second-tier team. And even for a GP2 champion.
Former Caterham driver is looking to be behind the wheel of the Sauber in 2015.
So this should be interesting when the car is launched..
Schumacher admitted he is worriedly watching the situation from the sidelines.
'That doesn't mean the drivers are going to drive'
F1 authorities are scrambling this week to put down a lingering boycott threat ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
2013 Euro F3 title winner got his seat in F1.