Robin Frijns is a "free agent" after revealing that he will no longer be a part of the Sauber set-up as of next season.
Frijns joined Sauber as their official test and reserve driver ahead of this season. The 22-year-old, though, has barely spent any time in the car, only testing the C32 during the three-day Young Driver outing.
Frijns days with Sauber, though, are limited as the Dutch driver has revealed that the team will not be retaining his services for next season. In fact the reigning Formula Renault 3.5 Champion is already at home instead of with the team at Monza.
"I don't know what happens now," he told Autosport. "All I know is I'm sitting at home and everybody is in Monza.
"I'm a free agent. I don't blame Sauber, they have to keep themselves alive as a team and I understand that.
"Of course they have a great history with young drivers and giving them a chance in Formula 1.
"But they also have a financial situation that everyone knows about, and that is something that is out of my hands."