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Sauber patient amid slow-moving Russian deal

Sauber insists its Russian rescue deal remains on track. Originally set to feature the teen Sergey Sirotkin on the 2014 grid, talk of the Swiss team's Russian buy-in has now quietened in the F1 paddock. Asked if the deal is still on track, team boss and co-owner Monisha Kaltenborn insisted: "Yes. We are continuing to move in that direction." She told the Russian website f1news.ru that "active negotiations" are currently taking place with Russian companies. "The lesson we have learned in recent months is that when you are dealing with organisations such as this, you have to understand their notions of time. "We also need to understand that in these negotiations,...
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