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Sauber are hoping to finalise their 2019 driver line up in the coming days with Marcus Ericsson and Antonio Giovinazzi in contention.
Antonio Giovinazzi is reportedly the firm favourite to partner Kimi Raikkonen at Sauber with the Alfa Romeo sponsored team waiting for the Scuderia’s decision.
Arguably the most improved team this season, Sauber are hoping to see out this season from the top-ten on the grid having targetted consistent Q3 outings.
Marcus Ericsson’s heavy crash at Monza, the result of a problem with his DRS, is one of the topics on the agenda when F1’s TWG meets on Thursday.
There may be grid penalties for Marcus Ericsson, Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg, however, for the Sauber driver it has all worked out quite well.
The battle was between Ferrari and Mercedes for P1 in Saturday’s final practice for the Italian GP with Sebastian Vettel emerging victorious.
Marcus Ericsson has been given the go-ahead to contest the remainder of the Italian Grand Prix after passing a medical on Saturday morning.
Carlos Sainz says Formula 1 must find a way to improve overtaking that does not include the “dangerous” DRS after Marcus Ericsson suffered a horrific crash in FP2.
Marcus Ericsson will be okay to take part in qualifying after his 215mph crash during FP2 at Monza on Friday.
Sebastian Vettel was fastest in a dramatic FP2 session at Monza where Marcus Ericsson suffered a big crash at Turn 1.
Marcus Ericsson relished his battle with Brendon Hartley in the Belgian Grand Prix, saying it was good fun fighting “hard but fair.”
After Kimi Raikkonen struggled through the Hungarian GP without a drink system, Marcus Ericsson revealed he has not had one in “over two years.”
Sauber have been handed a ???5,000 fine for releasing Marcus Ericsson in an unsafe manner during FP2 on Friday.
Battling to prove he belongs on the F1 grid, Marcus Ericsson feels his ninth place at Hockenheim will go some way towards helping his case.
The difference between Sauber last season and Sauber this year is “massive” according to Marcus Ericsson, from finances to staffing to performance.
Marcus Ericsson has held up his hand in his British GP crash, admitting it was driving error as he didn’t close the DRS when he should have.
Marcus Ericsson has said he was completely unaware that his Sauber car was on fire following a crash in FP1.
Marcus Ericsson wants some positive mental attitude to be instilled at Sauber after showing encouraging signs so far this season.
Marcus Ericsson believes that Sauber could fight in the midfield, if they??performed better on Saturday afternoons.
The love-fest is continuing over at Sauber with Marcus Ericsson hailing Charles Leclerc as the “strongest team-mate” he’s ever had.
Charles Leclerc thinks Marcus Ericsson’s “bad reputation” in Formula 1 is not deserved and his talents should be recognised more.
Marcus Ericsson says a “misunderstanding” over procedure led to his grid penalty for ignoring double waved yellows in qualifying for the Chinese GP.
Marcus Ericsson has been slapped with a five-place grid penalty and three penalty points have been added to his licence after failing to slow down for yellow flags.
Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly and Marcus Ericsson answered the questions at the Shanghai International Circuit.
Marcus Ericsson admits it was a “great relief” to score points in Bahrain, his first top-ten showing since Italy 2015.
Marcus Ericsson has declared his Australian Grand Prix to the “best six laps” he’s done in a Sauber in two years.
Lance Stroll was forced to park his car on track after FP2, while Sauber are in their usual spot as backmarkers.
It is preview time ahead of the Australian GP with Charles Leclerc “really looking forward” to the race while Marcus Ericsson wants to gain a better understanding.
The Alfa Romeo Sauber C37 broke covers on Tuesday, featuring intense sidepod details and prominent Alfa Romeo branding.
Despite back-to-back point-less seasons, Marcus Ericsson believes his experience in F1 will benefit Sauber as they look to move off the bottom of the table.