Monisha Kaltenborn insists Sauber would not be afraid to pair two young drivers together in 2014.
The struggling Swiss team is almost resigned to losing the highly rated Nico Hulkenberg to a more competitive outfit like McLaren, Lotus or even Force India.
As long as he gets a F1 super license, the 18-year-old Russian Sergey Sirotkin will replace Hulkenberg, as he comes with Sauber's Russian rescue deal.
Some, however, have expressed doubts that Sirotkin should be paired with current Sauber driver Esteban Gutierrez, a 22-year-old rookie who has often struggled in 2013.
"Hulkenberg is likely to leave," former F1 driver Vitaly Petrov said this week, "and they are not too happy...
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