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Sauber open Barrichello return to 2014 F1



628x471Sauber have rule out regarding the latest report that Rubens Barrichello come-back to Formula One with the Sauber team in 2014 season.

The 41-year-old Brazilian retired from the Sport in the end of 2011 F1 season, now he is work as commentator and the role of journalist also the Brazilian not competed professionally for the whole of 2013 season.

Sauber have yet to confirm their drivers for 2014, although they have said they want to bring in Russian teenager Sergey Sirotkin as part of a deal with new backers if he can obtain a super-licence.

“There are a couple of options out there,” team principal Monisha Kaltenborn told reporters at the Korean Grand Prix when asked about Barrichello.

“We know what he has is experience. He would like to come back, so let’s see,” she added.

Asked about media reports in Brazil suggesting that Barrichello could even race for Sauber in this year’s season-ender in place of Mexican rookie Esteban Gutierrez or Germany’s Nico Hulkenberg, Kaltenborn was adamant.

“I don’t see any possibility there. We have no reason to change our two drivers for that race,” she said.

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