Monisha Kalternborn has revealed that Sauber won't be pressured into running Sergey Sirotkin next season should the teenager not be ready.
Having signed a deal with three Russian backers, Sauber are expected to run Russian teenager Sirotkin in next year's Championship.
However, team boss Kalternborn insists if he is not ready, the team won't be forced to race him.
"There are three elements to this partnership," she explained to Sky Sports F1. "One of course being on the sponsorship side, the commercial benefits companies' have, one being on the technological side, which is a very big emphasis also - why they opted for us is also because of our track record like we had the...
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