Watch how the Sauber race cars developed since 1970: TOP view of C1, C5, M1, C8, C9, C11, C12 – C32. Including information about drivers and other tidbits. FRONT view video: SIDE view video: Thank you very much to our fan Alex H who provided the musical background for this video: Myszka (Original Mix) Website: Subscribe to our YouTube channel: +1 us on Google+: +sauberf1team Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook:
Watch how the Sauber race cars developed since 1970: TOP view of C1, C5, M1, C8, C9, C11, C12 – C32. Including information about drivers and other tidbits.
2013 was, indeed, a rocky season for the Sauber F1 Team. Especially the first half of the season did not turn out as we expected it would. However during the second half of the season we made significant progress and worked hard to move forward.
Nico and Esteban once again answer fans’ questions in our preview video for the Brazilian Grand Prix in Interlagos. Plus Nico’s x-factor in Sao Paulo, a track that is very special to him. Thanks for your question, Chandni and Shivam!
SPECIAL: Backstage with Esteban Gutiérrez at the FOTA Fan Forum and a snapshot from the F1 in Schools World Finals in Austin. Plus Esteban’s x-factor at Circuit of the Americas as well as Nico’s and Esteban’s answers to Nadiah’s and Brian’s questions. Thanks for your question, Nadiah and Brian
This epic video takes you back to the roots of the Sauber F1 Team, to the late 60ies and early 70ies when Peter Sauber started tinkering with race cars, takes you through the very successful sports cars era in the 80ies and 90ies and summarises the highlights since Sauber entered Formula One in 1993. Upon request from many of our fans, especially here on YouTube, we decided to extend our successful "Tech Bites: Evolution of F1 Race Cars since 1993" video (see )!
Join Esteban Gutiérrez as he visits the Fan Zone in Abu Dhabi. Plus Esteban’s x-factor at Yas Marina Circuit and his answer to Nadia’s question. Thanks for your question, Nadia
Lean back and spend more than 10 minutes with our amazing Cutaway F1 Car. Learn about 15 car parts some of which you may never have heard of before! The community spoke – and we listened…
Honk, honk! Welcome to India! Nico tells you about his x-factor at Buddh International Circuit and Esteban lets you know which extreme sports he likes.
Click on the car parts to explore our INTERACTIVE Cutaway F1 Car infographic! Don’t miss the download links to our infographics below! Featured car parts: pitot tube, lap trigger / FIA transponders, drivers’ seat, airhorn / airbox / air inlet, team radio, GPS receiver, telemetry data transmitter, pedals (accelerator and brake), security data recorder, Correvit optical sensor, SECU (Standard Electronics Control Unit), damping system, knee padding / leg protection, antennas, steering wheel
Welcome to the 15th and final episode of our Cutaway Insights series. Nico Hülkenberg talks about the steering wheel and reveals some insights on the diverse buttons and knobs. For each of the 15 ‘shorties’ of this series, we picked one particular car part or subject and Matt Morris (Chief Designer for the C32), Nico Hülkenberg or Esteban Gutiérrez gave a brief explanation about how stuff works and what it does
Nico tells you about his 2 x-factors in Suzuka and about his favourite moment during a Grand Prix weekend, Esteban and Nico talk about their race engineers and their communication with them. Welcome to the Sauber F1 Team Race Preview for the 2013 Japanese Grand Prix. Thanks for your questions, Jake and Elias
Which rule of F1 regulations would Esteban change if he could? Why doesn’t Nico speak any Italian at all?!? And where on Korea International Circuit is Nico’s x-factor
Jump on board as a young driver starts the engine of a Formula One car for the very first time in his life! Blasting the C31 along the 700 meters of tarmac that are already finished, Sergey Sirotkin was able to get a first taste of what lies ahead of him driving into the Russian night during our show run in Russia on 27th September.
Welcome to our INTERACTIVE YouTube cockpit, your guide to our channel! Click on the steering wheel’s buttons to explore the Sauber F1 Team YouTube channel. Note: Annotations must be enabled, links do not work on iOS devices.
In this episode, Esteban Gutiérrez shows you where the different antennas are placed and explains what they are doing. For each of the 15 ‘shorties’ of this series, we will pick one particular car part or subject and Matt Morris (Chief Designer for the C32), Nico Hülkenberg or Esteban Gutiérrez will give a brief explanation about how stuff works and what it does.
Do the drivers tailor their physio programme to specific tracks? Did you know that the triple chicane in Singapore was altered? This and more in the Sauber F1 Team Race Preview for the 2013 Singapore Grand Prix.
In this episode, Nico Hülkenberg explains why a special foam is used to protect the drivers’ knees and why he likes this feature of F1 race cars. For each of the 15 ‘shorties’ of this series, we will pick one particular car part or subject and Matt Morris (Chief Designer for the C32), Nico Hülkenberg or Esteban Gutiérrez will give a brief explanation about how stuff works and what it does.