Ex Sauber speedy Kamui Kobayashi stop the progress of fundraising hard work to catch him a secure race seat in 2013 Formula 1 seat.
The Japanese guy Kobayashi was raised £1.35m from his fans. Recently he confirms that the job is not targeted for achievement.
Kamui set 12th place in drivers’ championship for 2012 with Japanese GP third place and earns 60 championship points. He was joined Sauber for 2010 season and race with three seasons, scoring a total of 126 points for the team.
“Thank you for the big support. I am very appreciated that many of you have donated and trying to make donation,” Kobayashi wrote to his fans on his official website.
“I must mention this that since the donation started, it has become quite big news in Japan. And because of your big support, it gave huge influences to some of Japanese companies and I started receiving good support from them.
“Unfortunately, the time was still short and I am not able to secure the seat with competitive F1 team for 2013. I have to admit that it is very sad and feel sorry for fans and Japanese companies who supported me. But I am still confident to make it happen in 2014.” The Japanese speedy added.
“I would like to stop the donation for now and while I will save all the money for 2014, I start to look what is the best option for 2013 and also 2014. My main priority is to secure the competitive F1 seat in 2014.
“I have no interests to race any other categories. I will make an announcement as soon as I make a decision for 2013.”