Sergey Sirotkin will begin his F1 testing programme in a 2011 car just after the current season is over.
The Russian teen, who is at Monza this weekend, and his Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn said on Thursday the track programme in a two-year-old car will begin at the end of October.
Finland's Turun Sanomat newspaper said the programme will involve 10 to 15 days at the wheel of a 2011 car, even though it is unknown if the old chassis will be a Sauber or Ferrari.
Sirotkin, 18, said the plan is to get a F1 super license.
"I don't have much information about what I have to do, but I know I have to perform well," he is quoted by Russia's f1news.ru.
"I believe I will...
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