Formula one has come too soon for incoming Russian drivers Sergey Sirotkin and Daniil Kvyat, who are both still in their teens.
That is the claim of Adrian Sutil, referring to the duo that is scheduled to debut for Sauber and Toro Rosso respectively in 2014.
"I think it's much too soon (for them)," the Force India driver, who is 30, told Speed Week. "They are still children.
"But in formula one it takes grown men, because it is a very tough business. It's also a shame, because it hurts these young talents if they come in too soon. There is no reason for it.
"Yes we have Russia on the calendar next year, so it's nice if we have a Russian driver. But I think it's too...
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