Sauber F1 Team
Adrian Sutil has admitted that Sauber is simply too slow ahead of this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix.
Neither Sutil nor team-mate Esteban Gutierrez has scored a point so far in 2014, while their last two events have been blighted by unreliability and accidents.
The German reckons Sauber made progress with the C33 at last week's post-race test in Bahrain but does not believe the team will make huge improvements until the sport reconvenes in Europe next month.
"A little progress has been made at the test with the test drivers in Bahrain, so it was quite conclusive," he said. Of course at the moment we are far too slow. Not really enjoyable but we are looking ahead. It...
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