Having dusted themselves off after Australia’s season opener, the F1 teams regroup in the heat of Kuala Lumpur next weekend, where the challenge of the Sepang International Circuit awaits. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix discuss their prospects
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Brad is an "ordinary fan", just like you. This video is Brad’s review of the 2014 Australian Grand Prix. What do YOU think
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Brad is an "ordinary fan", just like you. This video is Brad’s review of the 2014 Australian Grand Prix.
The Sauber F1 Team had to be satisfied with 12th for Adrian Sutil and 13th for Esteban Gutiérrez. The Team was able to gain a lot of experience during the race, required to work on improvements and to increase the performance up to the next Grand Prix.
Qualifying for the Austrian GP turned out to be difficult for Sauber. After Esteban Gutiérrez missed out on the third free practice, because of a gearbox change, he qualified P19 and, in addition, receives a grid penalty. Adrian Sutil was satisfied that qualifying went without any problems and is happy with P14 for the moment.
Williams’ Valtteri Bottas and Sauber’s Esteban Gutierrez will both drop five places on the grid in Australia following gearbox changes. The 2014 regulations specify that gearboxes must last for six consecutive events, however after hitting trouble in Saturday’s final practice session in Melbourne, both drivers were forced to make an earlier than permitted change
Williams’ Valtteri Bottas and Sauber’s Esteban Gutierrez have been hit with grid penalties for the Formula 1 season opener in Australia following gearbox changes
While Carlos Sainz (DAMS) has been the quickest during the Formula Renault 3.5 Series collective testing, Sergey Sirotkin (Fortec Motorsports) has been the most consistent. The Sauber F1 Team test driver was the only on to finish in the Top 5 in all six sessions. Will the Russian be a front-runner throughout the season?
During an exclusive interview with Crash.net, Adrian Sutil says Sauber should be targeting points at every race this season
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
 PIRELLI AND FORMULA ONE TEAMSAGREE 2014 IN-SEASON TYRE TEST SCHEDULE Milan, March 7, 2014 – Following the agreement between Pirelli and the 11 Formula One teams, with the approval of the FIA, here is the schedule of the dedicated days (one per team) that each team will devote to tyre testing this year, within the existing 2014 in-season test calendar. Bahrain test     (8-9 April) Day1  CATERHAM Day2 MERCEDES and WILLIAMS Barcelona test (13-14 May) Day1 SAUBER and TORO ROSSO Day2 McLAREN and FORCE INDIA Silverstone test (8-9 July) Day1 FERRARI and LOTUS Day2 RED BULL and MARUSSIA The agreement, which was finalised during the final pre-season Bahrain test (from 27 February to 2 March), stipulates that each team will devote one day per year exclusively to testing the latest products and developments from Pirelli, within the framework of the existing test calendar.
During an exclusive interview with Crash.net, Esteban Gutierrez says the key to beating Adrian Sutil and becoming Sauber’s team leader lies in his qualifying performances
Ahead of his second season in F1, Esteban Gutierrez talks exclusively to Crash.net about his development at Sauber and his hopes for 2014 and beyond
Sauber’s Adrian Sutil does not believe F1 will be any less exciting in 2014 than it has been in previous years
Adrian Sutil is one of several drivers on the 2014 grid who hasn’t just had to adjust to the radical new regulations this winter, but also to life at a new team – in his case Sauber. So with pre-season testing now over, does the 31-year-old German feel ready for the first race in Australia? Not quite, as it turns out
Following the problems on Saturday, Sauber drivers Adrian Sutil and Esteban Gutiérrez split duties and jointly completed a massive 177 laps in a single day, recording the highest daily mileage during this season's winter testing of any team.
The penultimate day of testing saw the Sauber F1 Team go from one extreme to the other – the most amount of laps in one day yesterday, the least amount of laps in a day today. Due to this lack of running, Adrian Sutil will be given a chance do more laps tomorrow before noon.
Sauber has recalled Adrian Sutil to drive tomorrow morning after a disastrous third day of the final pre-season test in Bahrain.
Speaking exclusively to Crash.net in Bahrain, Esteban Gutierrez says Sauber and Ferrari need to work together to help solve the car’s brake-by-wire problems
The final day of the Formula Renault 3.5 Series collective test was marked by rain, which played to the advantage of Sergey Sirotkin (Fortec Motorsports). On the Motorland Aragón circuit, the Sauber F1 Team reserve driver clocked a lap in 1’38”828 to post the best time of the day.
This Wednesday, the Motorland Aragón track record fell once again. On day two of the Formula Renault 3.5 Series collective test, Carlos Sainz (DAMS) set best time in both sessions to top the time sheets with a lap of 1’38”340. Following the Spaniard was Sauber F1 Team reserve driver Sergey Sirotkin (Fortec Motorsports), and fellow member of the Red Bull Junior Team, Pierre Gasly (Arden Motorsport)
Esteban Gutierrez says problems with the Sauber brake-by-wire system is preventing the drivers from further improving the car’s performance
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It was February. It was cold and icy. It was in the Swiss mountains..
Adrian Sutil says Sauber needs to get a race run under its belt when F1 testing resumes in Bahrain later this week
The second pre-season test came to an end today and left Sauber frustrated by the lack of running on this final day. An internal chassis issue forced the team to make a lengthy monocoque change, limiting Adrian Sutil to a mere 7 laps.
The Brit took to Twitter to tell of his admiration of how the car and his team-mate Nico Rosberg performed in the desert heat
Adrian Sutil admits Sauber are not focusing on race pace or distance until they have mastered the new breaking system, which is making the car more difficult to drive
Adrian Sutil has warned that drivers could face a tricky introduction to the new brake-by-wire systems used on F1 cars this season.
Sauber is prioritising getting on top of its new rear braking-by-wire system, which driver Adrian Sutil says is making its 2014 Formula 1 car more difficult to drive
Sauber is prioritising getting on top of its new rear braking-by-wire system, which driver Adrian Sutil says is making its 2014 Formula 1 car more difficult to drive
The long wait for Formula One’s next female driver could be nearing an end after Swiss team Sauber announced they have signed up home-grown Simona De Silvestro in the hope she could be behind the wheel of a Grand Prix car by 2015.
The 25-year-old Swiss has been racing in IndyCar for the past four years, and will join Sauber as an “affiliated driver”
Sauber have signed female IndyCar racer Simona de Silvestro to a role it has dubbed ‘affiliated driver’. The 25-year-old Swiss driver has been racing in the US since the age of 18, initially competing in Formula BMW and then the Atlantic Championship before graduating to IndyCar, where she has raced for the past four years.
Sauber have taken a giant stride towards ending Formula One’s long wait for a female driver. Simona De Silvestro has been appointed as an affiliated driver.
The Sauber F1 Team has announced that Simona De Silvestro will become an affiliated driver. It's a first step in her ambition to get into an F1 race seat for the 2015 season following 4 years of IndyCar racing.
Swiss driver Simona De Silvestro could race in Formula 1 in 2015 after joining Sauber from IndyCar racing.
• ‘Her ambition is to enter Formula One in 2015′• Only two women have previously started a grand prixSauber have taken a giant stride towards ending Formula …
Sauber has announced Simona de Silvestro will be an affiliated driver with the team this year, with the goal of competing in F1 next season
Sauber have signed female IndyCar racer Simona de Silvestro as an “affiliated driver” with the aim of helping the Swiss join the Formula 1 grid in 2015.
IndyCar star Simona De Silvestro is targeting a Formula One race seat in 2015 after joining Sauber as an affiliated driver. The 25-year-old Swiss will undergo an F1 preparation programme with the team, including on-track testing, simulator work, as well as mental and physical training
Simona De Silvestro has become an “affiliated driver” of Sauber, and the team says it plans to prepare her for a race seat in 2015. The 25-year-old Swiss has been in the IndyCar series for the past four seasons. Sauber … Continue reading →
Simona De Silvestro will carry out track testing as an “affiliated driver” for Sauber this year with the aim of securing a race seat in 2015
Simona de Silvestro has joined the Sauber Formula 1 team as an ‘affiliated driver’, the Swiss squad announced on Friday
Simona de Silvestro has joined the Sauber Formula 1 team as an ‘affiliated driver’, the Swiss squad announced on Friday
Sauber has named Simona De Silvestro as “an affiliated driver”. The 25-year-old Swiss women has been racing in the United States since 2006, competing in Indycar since 2010, when she was Indy 500 “Rookie of the Year”. She finished second in Houston last year.
Adrian Sutil is expecting a ‘huge’ step forward from Sauber before the start of the Formula 1 season, on a back of a low key testing debut in Jerez last week.
Adrian Sutil says Sauber needs to focus on its own aerodynamic performance at the Bahrain test after being pleased with the Ferrari power unit in Jerez
After being retained for a second season at Sauber, Esteban Gutierrez sees the change of team-mate alongside him as an opportunity to take the lead