Monisha Kaltenborn has admitted Sauber’s Russian rescue deal is facing delays. Despite reports of an enormous investment in the struggling Swiss team by Russian government-linked
The Russian deal was hailed as Sauber’s saviour, but rumours persist that the Swiss team is not yet out of the woods. Reports spoke of
Nico Hulkenberg has admitted he is on the market for 2014. Contesting only his tenth race for Sauber since switching from Force India over the
A series of events has come together to form formula one’s very latest hot rumour. After the financially-struggling Sauber failed to pay him on time,
Sergey Sirotkin, set to smash the record next year as the youngest ever F1 racer, has hit back at claims he is a “pay driver”.
Monisha Kaltenborn could be the big loser of Sauber’s Russian rescue deal. Sonntagszeitung newspaper reports that the ailing Swiss team’s new partners, all linked to
The extent of Sauber’s Russian rescue deal, and the emergence of future team driver Sergey Sirotkin, caught the world of formula one by surprise. Russian
Hans-Joachim Stuck, the motor racing boss for the German federation as well as Volkswagen, has picked a curious favourite for this weekend’s 2013 season opener.