Sergey Sirotkin says he has "no doubt" he will drive a Sauber at his inaugural home grand prix in Russia next year.
It was expected a race seat for the teenager was part of Sauber's 'Russian rescue deal', but in fact Sirotkin will only be the test driver in 2014.
"Our goal remains to prepare him (Sirotkin) for a debut in formula one," said team boss Monisha Kaltenborn, as last week she confirmed Esteban Gutierrez as Adrian Sutil's teammate for 2014.
18-year-old Sirotkin told the Russian website f1news.ru that he supports Sauber's decision.
"In my opinion, it's the best option for my development -- to continue in the World Series by Renault and be third driver for a...
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