Canario, I feel the same as you.
It was easy to say that Sauber acted incorrectly last September, but he was the only team manager who let him drive a mid-field F1 for over 8 years!
And Mr sauber must ensure his team resources: Things were not going as expected in the Sauber finance office, and I'm sure that the decission was the only way of reducing that pressure and to let the Telmex people know that they were talking seriously about the next season deal.
The car was worst than the team had imagined, but I believe that Pedro did a solid job throughout the season. When he talks about "my best season in F1" I'm sure he talks from the bottom of his heart.
I'm sure that Mr Sauber won't forget the retirement in China when Pedro was fourth and running with the correct tires, nor the mechanical failure douring the Monaco GP.
It has been an extraordinady chance to see our driver racing again.
"Speed does not kill, but a sudden lack of it does." - Henry Labouchere