During this portion of the season many young drivers on the F1 grid are already beginning to shift their attention to the next season, with Sauber's second year driver Esteban Gutierrez using the current "Summer break" in F1 to begin talks with several teams over a drive for the 2015 season. He's revealed he is "evaluating all the possibilities" as he looks to remain in F1 next year despite a disappointing first two seasons in F1 so far, with only one points finish so far from a season and a half. Gutierrez is quoted by GPUpdate.net as having said "We have opened talks with Sauber, [we] have opened discussions with other teams, we are in a time of assessment to see what direction we want to take, In the next two months we have to make a decision and right now we're evaluating all the possibilities we have open. Sauber is happy with me and wants to continue." Despite substantial financial support from Mexican company Telmex, Gutierrez will have to fight off a number of other drivers to keep his seat with Sauber for a third season in 2015, which is his most likely way to staying in F1 next year. Should Gutierrez remain in F1 next year, or does another young hot shoe driver deserve to be promoted to Sauber in 2015?