Kimi Raikkonen says that he has not yet decided what he wants to do next year, despite the confirmation that Mark Webber's seat is available.
Raikkonen is widely regarded as Webber's most likely replacement, although Lotus is still trying to hang on to him.
"I still don't have an answer for what will happen next year. It hasn't changed since the last two races," he said. "Obviously, people will be talking more about chances, but it doesn't really change what I will do next year or what my decisions are, even if there is obviously an open place.
"I have no contract, which is normal in F1. I have nothing to tell people unless there is something certain on paper, and then I will tell immediately because, for me, it's much easier, everybody stops asking the same question. Until I have something, I can't answer."
"I think whatever the decision will be will not be an easy one. It's never easy. It's not the first time that there are different options on the table, then you take the one...