That old saying about needing to fill big shoes came into play in Bahrain on Tuesday when Sergey Sirotkin revealed his too small shoes cost him speed.
The 18-year-old Russian teenager took part in Tuesday's opening day of testing at the Sakhir circuit as Sauber prepare him a future in Formula One.
Sirotkin covered 75 laps, more than a full race distance, as he clocked vital miles towards his FIA super license.
He finished the day with a 1:39.023, which put him eighth on the timesheets, over three seconds off the pace.
"Everything felt great," he revealed. "It was the first time for me in Bahrain and I liked the track.
"In comparison to what I am used to driving in World...
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