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Sauber have become the sixth Formula 1 team to announce the launch date of their 2018 challenger: the C37.
Point-less in 2017, Marcus Ericsson believes Alfa Romeo Sauber will take a “big step” forward next season.
Charles Leclerc will make his Formula 1 debut next season after being confirmed alongside Marcus Ericsson in Sauber’s line-up.
Marcus Ericsson has conceded that he is “nervous” that his future with Sauber has still yet to be resolved as Ferrari push for Antonio Giovinazzi to take his seat for 2018.
The departing Felipe Massa, his team-mate Lance Stroll and Sauber’s Marcus Ericsson take part in the first half of the driver’s press conference in Brazil.