Abu Dhabi

Last Race: 23rd Nov Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi GP Results
Pos Driver
1 Lewis Hamilton
2 Felipe Massa
3 Valtteri Bottas

F1 Schedule 2014
Grand Prix Date
Australia 14-16 Mar
Malaysia 28-30 Mar
Bahrain 04-06 Apr
China 18-20 Apr
Spain 09-11 May
Monaco 22-25 May
Canada 06-08 Jun
Austria 20-22 Jun
Great Britain 04-06 Jul
Germany 18-20 Jul
Hungary 25-27 Jul
Belgium 22-24 Aug
Italy 05-07 Sep
Singapore 19-21 Sep
Japan 03-05 Oct
Russia 10-12 Oct
United States 31-02 Nov
Brazil 07-09 Nov
Abu Dhabi 21-23 Nov
Constructer's Championship 2014
Team Pts
1 Mercedes 701
2 Red Bull 405
3 Williams 320
4 Ferrari 216
5 McLaren 181
6 Force India 155
7 Toro Rosso 30
8 Lotus 10
9 Marussia 2
10 Sauber 0
11 Caterham 0

Sauber Profile

Friday 5th January 2014



Sauber Profile

Sauber Profile

Sauber's perennial quest for survival in Formula 1's ever-competitive midfield may have hit a stumbling block but still the team pushes on.

Debut: 1993 South African Grand Prix
Drivers' titles: 0
Constructors' titles: 0

Having had arguably their best season ever in Formula One in 2012, Sauber's fortunes - both on and off the track - took a knock in 2013.

Despite still holding onto the Telmex sponsorship through Esteban Gutierrez and the much-lauded Nico Hulkenberg in the squad, Sauber stuttered out of the starting blocks.

Issues with the car meant only rookie racer Gutierrez was on the grid in Australia, a problem as it was Hulkenberg who Sauber most needed.

Once on the grid points tricked in for the German, however, it wasn't until the mid-season change of the Pirelli tyres that the team found their wheels.

Netting 50 points in the season half of the Championship, including a best result of P4 for Hulkenberg in Korea, Sauber worked their way up to seventh in the standings.

This year, though, the team will be without Hulkenberg who has moved back to Force India amidst much publicised reports of Sauber's financial woes.

They have retained Gutierrez and his Telmex money while Adrian Sutil has joined the fold with a bit of backing of his own.

But whether the funds will be enough to ensure a full season for Sauber or both the drivers remains to be seen.