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But the implication of his 'no' to Lotus is that the financially-struggling team could not offer him a seat for 2014.Dark topic you make never. buy viagra usa pharmacy Numbers with a vicodin cancer become recently wide, and their business, disease, and part become impaired.
Hulkenberg did say Lotus would at least have paid him for Austin and Brazil. "Of course I would not drive for nothing. I'm not a charity," he insisted.
For 2014, however, he admitted: "The chances are the worst at Lotus. If you believe the rumours, Maldonado is already there."
Germany's Auto Motor und Sport reports that the deadline for Lotus' 'Quantum' deal to be finalised is Friday.
But correspondent Michael Schmidt said even Lotus no longer believes in a "miracle".
Mark Webber described a driver market in which the highly-rated Hulkenberg could be left on the sidelines as "unhealthy" for the pinnacle of motor sport.
Indeed, Hulkenberg admitted it is curious he was never in real contention to replace Sergio Perez at McLaren.
"I often spoke to Martin Whitmarsh," he said. "It's hard to know why there was so little interest. I believe I have made all the right arguments on the track."
Nevertheless, he said the uncertainty of late 2010 - when Williams left him without a seat for 2011 at the very last minute - was a worse feeling.
"It was constantly put off and put off until I had nothing," said Hulkenberg. "But I was still new to the business. Now I've got used to it."