2nd Seat at Midland F1 cost 8 to 10 million Euro

The 2005 Jordan driver announced on Wednesday that he’d been forced to withdraw from the battle for Midland’s second 2006 race-seat due to financial constraints. Midland, who purchased the Jordan outfit in January this year, are selling their second race-seat for between eight and ten million euros. And it’s a price that Karthikeyan can’t meet. With the absense of tobacco advertising, F1 team depend on driver to raise fund these days.

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