Adrian Sutil has warned that bringing teenagers into F1 at such a young age could be 'dangerous' for the sport, saying they are not ready to compete in Formula 1.
Daniil Kvyat, who is just 19-years-old, will make his F1 debut for Toro Rosso next year and Sergey Sirotkin looks set to step up to motorsport's pinnacle for Sauber in 2014. The Russian driver will be five months shy of his 19th birthday if he lines up on the grid in Australia next March.
Kvyat will make the jump from GP3 to F1, missing out the usual stint in GP2 or Formula Renault 3.5. Sutil believes they are too young to compete in the sport and don't have enough experience handling Formula 1 machinery.
Speaking to N he said:...
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