Despite being dropped by Sauber, Robin Frijns is refusing to give up on a future in F1 with his new manager likening his talent to that of Sebastian Vettel.
Having signed as Sauber's reserve driver, the team opted to part ways with the Dutch driver, announcing last September that he would not be retained for this year.
But despite that blow, his new manager Timo Gans feels the 22-year-old has a future in Formula One.
Likening his driver to Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton, Gans is optimistic of securing a seat in Formula One his driver.
"Absolutely, absolutely. I totally think so," he told GPUpdate.net when asked if Frijns could have a 'sizeable F1 career'. "If you take a...
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