The 17-year-old Russian visited Sauber's factory for the first time these days, where he met the team and, of course, measured the seat. The young racer has yet to obtain a super license, but on September XNUMX, the first taste of a Formula One car awaits him. Sirotkin will be in Sočje, where the racetrack is still under construction for some demo rides. Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn said: "We are looking forward to demo rides next month, as it will be something special when the Russian racer will drive on the Russian track in Sochi for the first time." very tiring, so tiring was the visit to Sauber’s factory: “I work very hard and work hard to make it work. Now I measured the seat, met the team and the engineers who explained to me some details of the racing weekend.
Last week, Sauber announced partnerships with three Russian companies, with Sergei also getting his chance. Sirotkin has become a member of the team's development program, thus preparing for the 2014 racing season. Of course, only the 17-year-old does not have much experience with single-seater, but as he says he has enough time: "I may be a little too young and inexperienced many things can change. I have more than half a year ahead of me to prepare well, if only I have a good preparation program available. So I don't think it's going to be too hard. "So Sirotkin doesn't want to miss the Formula One program, because you don't get that opportunity every day. Maybe I could drive in the World Series for another year, but then maybe there won’t be that ad