According to our unknown sources, Lee Fuller's seat at Fun F1 next season may be under threat. Although it was earlier confirmed that the Frenchman will take the second racing-seat in 2014, it is now believed that he may end up as a test driver once again, in favor of Giani Ledesma, who was originally meant to be their reserve-driver. It is also believed that Fun F1 is considering replacing Fuller for the last 3 races of the ongoing season too.
These rumors aren't that hard to believe. While Fun F1's other driver Tumo Kinnumen, who will move to Westwood Racing next season, has driven brilliantly and scored many points, Fuller has been only a shadow from his team-mate. Fun F1 has a realistic chance to end up 8th in the WCC, but for that they need points from both of their drivers, and currently their only point-scorer is Kinnumen. Our sources say that if Fuller fails to score in China, it's almost certain he will not drive in the last three races of the season or at the beginning of the next season.
If Ledesma does replace Fuller next season, it would mean Fun F1 will have all Italian line-up with Romano Agostinio in the second car.