Yep. The deal with Telmex is that they prefer Sauber to run a Mexican driver. Sauber has chosen Guttierrez. Most likely because he's been with the team for years and is a former GP3 champion to boot. Not that I'm saying he doesn't need to up.his game but to be fair to the guy he was put in to F1 at least a season earlier than he should be and is struggling to get a rep back in a god dam awful car. To be honest I doubt he ever will and I doubt he would have ever been a front runner. Given different circumstances he prob would a fight of it in the pack. Currently though he's on his road to F1 exitville.