Fernando Alonso admits only Sauber is in McLaren’s range this weekend as the car struggles for pace at Silverstone.
Fernando Alonso has warned McLaren that they will need to beat the Saubers if they want to get out of Q1 during qualifying for the British Grand Prix…
Romain Grosjean, Fernando Alonso and Roberto Merhi all spent some time in the gravel in FP2…
Felipe Nasr has lauded Sauber’s decision to hire the experienced Mark Smith as its new technical director.
The movement among senior technical figures within the smaller teams continues, with much travelled technical director Mark Smith  appointed to the role at Sauber beginning on July 13th. This follows the hirings at Manor of some of Smith’s former Caterham colleagues and his old boss at Renault, Bob Bell.
Swiss Formula 1 team Sauber appoint former Caterham technical director Mark Smith to their staff.
Swiss Formula 1 team Sauber appoint former Red Bull and Caterham technical director Mark Smith to their staff.
• British engineer will take up post at Swiss-based F1 team on 13 July • ‘When I saw the facilities, I immediately realised the possibilities, …
Former Red Bull and Caterham Formula 1 technical director Mark Smith will join Sauber in the position later this month
Sauber announced on Wednesday that Mark Smith is joining them as technical director.
Sauber announced on Wednesday that Mark Smith is joining them as technical director.
Felipe Nasr admits he thinks the ‘high speed’ British Grand Prix could be a tricky event for Sauber…
Raffaele Marciello will drive the Sauber once again during first free practice for the British Grand Prix.
Enough of the doom and gloom! Ahead of this weekend’s British GP, here are a few reminders why F1 is, despite what you may have heard elsewhere, still in pole position…
Felipe Nasr insists he isn’t a ‘pay driver’ and thinks more racers should follow his model of having long-term support from a business in their home country.
Felipe Nasr felt it was a job well done at the final in-season F1 test and hopes the data collected will provide Sauber with valuable gains
Sauber has been urged to find ways to recover from a “horrifying” Austrian Grand Prix at this week’s Formula 1 test, according to team principal Monisha Kaltenborn
Felipe Nasr has made an impressive start to life in F1 and spoke to Sky Sports Digital about how he has found Sauber and why he is keen to dispel the ‘pay driver’ tag.
Felipe Nasr can’t make the most of his qualifying performance after overheating brakes once again hamper his race efforts in the Sauber.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn believes F1 should follow DTM’s example and open up engine development to Ferrari, Honda and Renault – but not Mercedes – to allow them to close the gap.
Daniel Ricciardo salvaged a point for Red Bull in Austria, but it was a nightmare race for McLaren…
Felipe Nasr will start on the fourth row for the Austrian Grand Prix as he continues to notch up new milestones in the Sauber.
Romain Grosjean made it into Q3, but failed to set a time due to a brake issue while Fernando Alonso managed to get out of Q1…
There were top ten times in Austrian practice for both Force India drivers, Max Verstappen and Felipe Nasr…
Sauber does not expect to run the updated version of Ferrari’s Formula 1 engine until August’s Belgian Grand Prix, when its introduction would coincide with a major car upgrade
Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn says that, with F1 teams unable to agree amongst themselves on the best way forward for the sport, it is time for the FIA to take charge of the regulations.
Sauber have confirmed that youngster Raffaele Marciello will drive for the team again at the upcoming in-season test in Austria.
Raffaele Marciello will again drive for Sauber in the post-Austrian Grand Prix in-season F1 test at the Red Bull Ring.
Fired-up Felipe Nasr feels he s made an excellent start in F1 and sees the Austrian GP as a race where he can extract the maximum from his Sauber
Lewis Hamilton could break Michael Schumacher’s record of seven F1 World Championships, according to Nigel Mansell.
Sauber will look into reasons for its failure to score points in the Canadian Grand Prix after both Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr ran into technical problems.
Another double DNF for McLaren while it was also a bad afternoon for Toro Rosso and Sauber…
Williams’ Felipe Massa uses all his experience to get past the Sauber of Marcus Ericsson on lap nine of the Canadian Grand Prix.
Sauber Formula 1 driver Felipe Nasr says accidentally pressing the DRS button caused his heavy crash in final practice for the Canadian Grand Prix
Sauber F1 had a difficult run up to qualifying as the team rapidly needed to repair damage incurred on Felipe Nasr's car as he crashed in FP3 due to mistakenly opening DRS during his tyre warm-up. Still, they managed to complete the job in time, allowing Nasr to qualify 15th. Team mate Ericsson qualified 3 places higher up.
Jenson Button failed to start qualyfing while Fernando Alonso failed to make it out of Q1 along with both Manor drivers…
Sauber’s young Brazilian driver Felipe Nasr crashes heavily when he is warming up his tyres during free practice three for the Canadian Grand Prix.
It was a tough old day for Toro Rosso and McLaren as they joined Manor at the back of the pack…
Former GP2 champion Fabio Leimer has joined Manor as reserve driver, and the Swiss will be given some FP1 sessions over the course of this season. The 26-year-old won the GP2 title in 2013, but despite testing for Sauber never … Continue reading →
Marcus Ericsson feels the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve will help his Sauber team play to its C34′s strengths after a difficult Monaco Grand Prix
The Sauber Formula 1 team is planning to introduce a major update package after the summer break, but concedes it will be big challenge to fight for points until then
Every now and then a clutch of rookie drivers come along who really catch the imagination and so far this year the majority of F1′s class of 2015 have done just that.
Every now and then a clutch of rookie drivers come along who really catch the imagination and so far this year the majority of F1′s class of 2015 have done just that.
Having scored just a single point in the last three events, Felipe Nasr is confident Sauber has a stronger package for the Canadian Grand Prix.
Sauber believes it has a chance to close out a number of new sponsorship deals following its upturn in form at the start of the 2015 Formula 1 season
Felipe Nasr says ninth for Sauber ‘feels like a victory’, saying the result proves why he deserves to be in Formula 1.
Sergio Perez impressed to finish P7 while Jenson Button claimed McLaren’s first points this campaign…
Improvement for McLaren, but they are yet to reach Q3 while it was a disappointing afternoon for Williams…