Adrian Sutil has questioned Lotus' decision to sit out the opening test of the official 2014 pre-season period.
The Enstone based team - who like Red Bull, Mercedes and Ferrari scored more than 300 points last year - announced this week that attending Jerez late this month "isn't ideal for our build and development programme".
German Sutil will drive for Sauber in 2014, a team that like Lotus publicly struggled with its finances throughout last season.
But the 30-year-old driver indicated Sauber will definitely be at Jerez, where teams will have their first chance to put their 2014 cars through their paces, featuring all-new turbo V6 engines and energy recovery systems.
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