Adrian Sutil says "it's a bit weird" that he spends more time on his PlayStation than he does testing a Formula 1 car.
This year in-season testing returned to F1 with four in-season tests, each lasting two days. It is, however, by no means the amount of running drivers had in days gone by.
Next season those four in-season tests will be reduced to just two while in 2016, pre-season action will also be cut from three four-day outings to only two.
"We spend more time in the simulator - well not me, I spend time on my PlayStation!" Sutil told NF1.. "This is what I get paid for, it's half of my time, so it's a bit weird.
"You should drive more.
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