Sergey Sirotkin's preparation for his formula one race debut next year could continue at the controls of the Ferrari driver simulator.
This week, the Russian teenager travelled to Switzerland for his first look at Sauber's Hinwil factory, where he had a seat fitting in the 2013 car ahead of demonstration run at Sochi next month.
Team boss Monisha Kaltenborn said on Wednesday that "the most important thing" for Sirotkin ahead of his scheduled 2014 debut will be doing "plenty of kilometres" before Melbourne next year.
"Despite the test ban, there are certain ways we can do that," she told Speed Week.
"Using a current car is prohibited, but we can use an...
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