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Monisha Kaltenborn

Kaltenborn hits back at Lauda comments

Oct 24, 2015No Comments

Monisha Kaltenborn has hit back in the wake of an equally venomous attack by the F1 legend Niki Lauda. Lauda, the Mercedes team chairman, recently

Sergio Perez

Force India waiting for EU decision

Oct 21, 2015No Comments

It may be weeks or months before the European Commission decides whether or not to investigate formula one. The anti-competitive arm of the executive body

Sauber C34 - Sochi

Lauda slams Sauber over EU complaint

Oct 16, 2015No Comments

Niki Lauda has slammed Sauber after the Swiss team filed a complaint about F1’s governance with the European Commission. Sauber chief Monisha Kaltenborn, backed by

Felipe Nasr

Nasr happy with new race engineer

Oct 12, 2015No Comments

Felipe Nasr is delighted his sharp turn in 2015 appeared to pay off immediately at Sochi. After a strong start to his F1 career early

Bernie Ecclestone

Van Der Garde right to sue Sauber – E...

Oct 11, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone says Giedo van der Garde was right to pursue Sauber in the courts earlier this year. As the 2015 season began in Melbourne,

Nico Hulkenberg

Two teams lodge F1 complaint to European Un...

Sep 29, 2015No Comments

Two midfield teams have carried through their threat to formally complain to the European Union about formula one’s governance structure. For months, smaller teams have

Sauber C34 Monza 2015

Sauber expected more from FIA

Sep 11, 2015No Comments

Monisha Kaltenborn says she is not confident the small teams’ concerns about their future is being heard by F1’s governing body. Caterham and HRT have

Sauber Garage

Sauber unfazed by Haas debut

Sep 04, 2015No Comments

Monisha Kaltenborn insists she is not “worried” about the looming debut next year of the new American team Haas. On paper, the Sauber chief might