Esteban Gutierrez believes he can have a strong race in tomorrow’s Singapore Grand Prix after reaching Q3 for the first time in his F1 career.
Nico Hulkenberg said he was surprised by how strong his Sauber was in the closing stages of the Italian Grand Prix.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn confirmed the team will race Sergey Sirotkin in F1 next year providing he completes enough mileage to gain his superlicence.
Lotus and Sauber had different conclusions after testing their passive DRS devices during practice for the Belgian Grand Prix.
Sergey Sirotkin has had a seat-fitting at Sauber as the team considers promoting him to their race line-up for 2014.
Sauber says its long-term competitiveness has been secured through a Russian technology deal which will see Sergey Sirotkin join the team as a development driver.
Nico Hulkenberg admits Sauber’s financial problems are “a difficult situation” for the team.
Nico Hulkenberg says he expects Sauber to perform better in next week’s Monaco Grand Prix following their poor start to the season.
Sauber are hoping their aerodynamic upgrades for the Spanish Grand Prix will move them up the field after a disappointing start to the season.
Nico Hulkenberg admits Sauber are dissatisfied with the C32 after telling his team there are “so many things to improve” on the car.
Sauber enjoyed is best season as an independent squad last year. But a welcome change of livery is only the most superficial change at the team this year.
Esteban Gutierrez says managing his tyres is an area where he still needs to improve after completing his pre-season testing.
With smaller sidepods, tighter rear packaging and revised suspension the Sauber C32 reveals several interesting developments from the C31.
The Sauber C32 has been revealed by the team at its base in Hinwil, Switzerland. Here are the first pictures of the car.
Four podiums in one season was a considerable improvement for Sauber, who have already confirmed an all-new driver line-up for 2013.
Nico Hulkenberg will move to Sauber for 2013, the team has confirmed.
Peter Sauber will step down as team principal of his outfit, the team have confirmed.
Sergio Perez says he feels he is ready to join a top team despite Luca di Montezemolo’s repeated insistence he is not experienced enough to drive for Ferrari.
The Sauber drivers expect a more competitive showing in Singapore than the team have managed before at the street track.
Sauber CEO Monisha Kaltenborn says the need to cut costs in Formula One has become “urgent” as teams discuss the future sharing of revenue within the sport.