Formula One faces the possibility of an investigation by the European Union after two teams lodged a complaint over anti-competitive practices within the sport.
Sauber says it wishes to avoid a “mud fight via the media” and has refrained from commenting in response to Giedo van der Garde’s comments earlier today.
Giedo van der Garde admits he is unlikely to race in Formula One again after agreeing a settlement to the case he brought against Sauber.
Felipe Nasr described his fifth place for Sauber in his first grand prix as a “big relief” for him and his team.
Felipe Nasr said he would have benefited from more time to learn the Albert Park track had he not been forced to miss first practice yesterday.
Giedo van der Garde will not drive in this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix having reached an agreement with Sauber.
Sauber has responded an Australian court’s decision to uphold Giedo van der Garde’s claim to have a right to drive for the team.
An Australian court will rule on Wednesday whether Giedo van der Garde is entitled to drive for Sauber in this weekend’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Struggling independent outfit Sauber has hired two new drivers as it bids to recover from a point-less 2014 campaign.
Sauber has revealed its 2015 F1 contender, the Ferrari-powered C34.