Kimi Raikkonen has claimed he will listen to any offers that "make sense" after refusing to write off a racetrack return.
Raikkonen closed the chapter on his F1 career at last season's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, walking out of the paddock and into the night with his wife and children.
Although confirming to GPFans late last year he did not have any plans for his future, he revealed he will consider any interesting options that may come his way.
"I'm always open to listen if it's something that makes sense but I don't know, as simple as that, and time will tell," said Raikkonen.
In his final drivers' press conference, the 2007 champion revealed to being "happy" his time in the sport was coming to an end and that there was "nothing sad about it".
Asked by GPFans if the Yas Marina race was the last time fans would see him at a race track, Raikkonen answered: "I don't know. I don't have any plans, so who knows.
"I'll do normal things and see what comes up. If it's something interesting then maybe I'll do something.
"Time will tell. So far I have zero plans and I don't want to make plans because right now I have the freedom to do things with the family, so we'll see."