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Monisha Kaltenborn clarifies reports about ...

Jul 16, 2013No Comments

Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn has clarified reports suggesting the Swiss team has been bought by Russian entities. Having earlier admitted a sale of the team


Sergey Sirotkin to debut in Formula 1 with ...

Jul 15, 2013No Comments

Sergey Sirotkin’s father has played down suggestions the teenager is too young to make his formula one debut later this year. It is reported that,


Williams F1 Confirmed the YDT drivers lineu...

Jul 15, 2013No Comments

The Williams F1 Team today confirmed that it will run its Development Driver Susie Wolff and rising star Daniel Juncadella at the Young Driver Test


Sauber secures its future

Jul 15, 2013No Comments

Sauber has announced a major partnership with a trio of Russian companies that will secure the team’s long-term future in Formula 1. The companies involved


Media reports hurt Sauber

Jul 15, 2013No Comments

Peter Sauber has admitted the recent media coverage of his formula one team’s financial crisis is “extremely” hurtful. Amid rumours Nico Hulkenberg terminated his contract


Ferrari starting to put pressure on Sauber

Jul 15, 2013No Comments

Embattled Sauber could have its engine power switched off permanently on the day after the forthcoming Hungarian grand prix. Germany’s Die Welt newspaper reports that


Jules Bianchi could replace Massa at Ferrar...

Jul 15, 2013No Comments

Jules Bianchi has emerged as a real contender to replace Ferrari’s Felipe Massa in 2014. In the wake of Brazilian Massa’s flow of crashes and


Sauber crisis deepens

Jul 12, 2013No Comments

The depths of Sauber’s financial problems are now beginning to emerge. The Swiss business newspaper Handeslzeitung reports that dozens of unpaid suppliers to the struggling