martes, 16 de julio de 2013

Sauber poised to make Sergey Sirotkin, 17, the youngest Formula One driver in history

A 17-year-old Russian is set to become the youngest driver ever to line up on a Formula One grid.
Sauber today announced the signing of Sergey Sirotkin and say they hope to have the teenager racing for them as early as next season.
Sirotkin will be 18 come the first race of next season, but if the Swiss team’s plan to fast-track their new signing into grand-prix action works out he would become the youngest F1 driver in history, surpassing Spaniard Jaime Alguersuari, who raced for Toro Rosso as a 19-year-old in 2009.
The youngster’s arrival has secured investment from Russian companies for the financially-stricken Sauber.


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