Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has warned that Formula 1 would be taking a “dangerous step” if it opts to head down the route of customer cars
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says its young drivers Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson are “delivering”, and playing a role in the Formula 1 squad’s recovery from a disastrous 2014
F1 rookie Felipe Nasr admits that, without the same sort of development as its rivals, Sauber could find it difficult to return to the points in coming races.
F1 rookie Felipe Nasr admits that, without the same sort of development as its rivals, Sauber could find it difficult to return to the points in coming races.
Raffaele Marciello says it is difficult to compare the Ferrari and Sauber as they ‘fight for something different’.
Marcus Ericsson might have used a set of soft Pirellis for his best lap, but insists that Sauber got a lot out of day one of F1 testing in Spain.
Nico Rosberg was easily the fastest man on the first day of testing at Barcelona, more than two seconds clear of Marcus Ericsson in the Sauber. Rosberg also completed most laps, counting 146 at the end of the day.
McLaren fail to score points for the fifth race in row with Sauber performing the best of the teams outside the points…
Qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix did not produce the results the Sauber F1 Team had hoped for. Felipe Nasr made it into Q2, but was not able to finish further up than 15th after having issues with the rear tyres caused by overheating. His team-mate Marcus Ericsson will start the race from P16.
Lee McKenzie speaks to Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn about the improvement of the team in 2015.
Felipe Nasr says the chances of him and Sauber reaching Q3 in Spain is unlikely as he fears the team will slip back in the development race.
Nick CHESTER (Lotus), Jonathan NEALE (McLaren), Giampaolo DALL’ARA (Sauber), Rob SMEDLEY (Williams), Paddy LOWE (Mercedes), Paul MONAGHAN (Red Bull Racing)
F1 2015 rookie Felipe Nasr expects things to get more difficult for Sauber as the season progresses
Having put the bad memories of 2014 firmly behind it, Sauber will look to build on its positive form during the Spanish Grand Prix.
Far from being too easy, the 2015 F1 cars are harder to drive than their recent predecessors, Sky F1’s Martin Brundle has concluded after 37 taxing laps behind the wheel of this year’s Force India.
Ferrari young driver Raffaele Marciello has been handed a drive for Sauber in FP1 at the Spanish Grand Prix and a test session in Barcelona
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Watch this video to learn about Marcus Ericsson’s hidden talent an why becoming a Formula One race driver was a matter of touch and go for him. Marcus takes you from the wind tunnel tube in Hinwil, Switzerland, to Örebro, Sweden, where he meets his favourite ice-hockey team Örebro HC.
Giedo van der Garde says he’s looking at a future in the WEC or DTM after accepting that he has little chance of ever getting back to F1 after his legal fight with Sauber in March. The Dutchman was at … Continue reading →
Sauber issues its support for Max Mosley’s idea of introducing technical freedom for teams that choose an optional cost cap.
Sauber has thrown its weight behind Max Mosley’s suggestion of Formula 1 teams being allowed greater rules freedom if they sign up to a budget cap
The 2016 F1 season will break with recent tradition and begin in April instead of March.
Sauber’s strong start to the season proves that claims of low-fuel ‘glory runs’ in Formula 1 pre-season testing were “nonsense”, says team principal Monisha Kaltenborn
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Pre-season testing is not only important for the driver to get to know his race car. It is equally important to get comfortable with the team as our Team Manager, Beat Zehnder, our Head of Track Engineering, Giampaolo Dall’Ara, and Marcus’ Race Engineer, Erik Schuivens, explain. Can you imagine the emotions the members of a Formula One team go through over the course of a season?
Monisha Kaltenborn says Sauber can be pleased with the drivers it has signed for 2015 after a strong start to the new F1 campaign.
Crash.net talks to Simona de Silvestro about the challenges for women in motorsport, the prospect of all-female series and her brief time at Sauber
Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn has called on engine manufacturers to cut the cost of Formula 1 power units and not take advantage of its customers should the regulations change in 2017
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Marcus Ericsson takes you behind the scenes of the Sauber F1 Team factory in Hinwil, Switzerland. He follows the process of parts being "printed" on our rapid protoyping machines to the wind tunnel test section, where such parts make up most of the 60& model.
The Bahrain Grand Prix was an exciting event with a tense fight between Mercedes and Ferrari, although the TV coverage seemed to be more focussed on Saubers. Lewis Hamilton drove a controlled race, chased initially by Sebastian Vettel.
The Bahrain Grand Prix was an exciting event with a tense fight between Mercedes and Ferrari, although the TV coverage seemed to be more focussed on Saubers. Lewis Hamilton drove a controlled race, chased initially by Sebastian Vettel.
Fernando Alonso made it through to Q2, but Jenson Button never got going in Q1 while Manor also dropped out at the first time of asking…
Bahrain GP Friday press conference with Manor’s John Booth, Renault’s Rob White, McLaren’s Eric Boullier, Ferrari’s Maurizio Arrivabene, Sauber’s Monisha Kaltenborn and Mercedes’ Toto Wolff
Felipe Nasr is confident his and Sauber’s performance in FP1 and FP2 bodes well for the remainder of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend.
Felipe Nasr is confident his and Sauber’s performance in FP1 and FP2 bodes well for the remainder of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend.
There were top ten times in Friday night’s Bahrain practice for Daniel Ricciardo, Pastor Maldonado, Felipe Nasr and Daniil Kvyat…
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Greetings from Bahrain! What is Felipe’s biggest fear? How much does Marcus adapt his driving style on a wet track?
Felipe Nasr says he’s aiming to keep Sauber’s momentum going as he heads to the Bahrain Grand Prix leading a tight midfield battle
Felipe Nasr followed up his fifth place in Melbourne with eighth in China as Sauber logged its second double finish of the season. The Swiss team’s fortunes took a dip in Malaysia, where both Red Bull and STR scored well. … Continue reading →
Marcus Ericsson reckons he could have scored more points in the F1 Chinese Grand Prix had his Sauber been able to work its Pirelli tyres a little better.
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Marcus Ericsson meets his race engineer Erik and gets to know the Sauber F1 Team. Technical meetings are one part of pre-season preparations. Fitness training is the other..
With little of the action encountered by his Sauber team-mate, Felipe Nasr was able to add to his F1 world championship tally at the Chinese Grand Prix.
There were points in the Chinese GP for Romain Grosjean, Felipe Nasr, Daniel Ricciardo and Marcus Ericsson…
Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson give Sauber its first double Q3 appearance since the 2013 Korean Grand Prix.
There were top ten times in Friday’s practice in Shanghai for Valtteri Bottas, Felipe Nasr, Romain Grosjean and Jenson Button…
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Is Felipe’s helmet design based on an Anime character? How much can Marcus focus on driving while listening to the radio and dealing with all the buttons on the steering wheel? Our fans asked our drivers questions via Facebook, Google+, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter (links below)
Marcus Ericsson believes Sauber have the pace to target points at every grand prix in 2015 following their big step forward over the winter.
Felipe Nasr says his “troubled” Malaysian Grand Prix was a “big lesson” for him and the Sauber Formula 1 team, following a star performance in Australia
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Marcus Ericsson and his family in Kumla, Sweden – up close and personal! His childhood and how he became a race driver. Team principal Monisha Kaltenborn welcomes Marcus at our Factory in Hinwil, Switzerland
Sauber’s Felipe Nasr is hoping that previous experience of the Shanghai International Circuit will allow him to add to his F1 points tally at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Marcus Ericsson confident Sauber can have a positive weekend in China