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In the first of three parts, we assess each driver’s performance this season, starting with those at Haas, McLaren-Honda and Sauber.
Handed a Sauber race-seat for next year’s championship, Charles Leclerc says his goals for 2018 are to gain experience and prove his worth.
Sauber showed off their new Alfa Romeo during a media event at the Museo Storico Alfa Romeo, revealing a red and white colour scheme.
Charles Leclerc will make his Formula 1 debut next season after being confirmed alongside Marcus Ericsson in Sauber’s line-up.
Sauber chairman Pascal Picci has welcomed the team’s new link up with Alfa Romeo, hopeful that it will bring “great success” for both parties.
Sauber have announced that Alfa Romeo will return to Formula 1 for the first time in 30 years and become their title sponsors from next season onward.
Alfa Romeo are back in Formula 1 after a 30-year absence as Sauber confirmed the iconic brand as their new title sponsors from next season.
Sauber have announced that Marcus Ericsson and Charles Leclerc will take part in the post-season test in Abu Dhabi, possibly suggesting they have settled on their 2018 line-up.
Both Toro Rosso cars were able to finish the race, but the race’s backmarkers were beaten to sixth place in Constructors’ Championship with Haas also missing out.
Toro Rosso’s miserable weekend continued as both drivers were knocked out in Q1 at Abu Dhabi.