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Marcus Ericsson is enjoying the thrill of genuine wheel-to-wheel racing in IndyCar compared to more artificial overtaking in F1.
Marcus Ericsson is hoping Charles Leclerc performs well at Ferrari because it would “reflect good on him”.
Marcus Ericsson may no longer be a Formula 1 driver but new Ferrari signing Charles Leclerc should thank his former team-mate for helping him in 2018, says Frederic Vasseur.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur believes that Marcus Ericsson made a “huge step forward” this year, despite dropping him for 2019.
Marcus Ericsson hopes Charles Leclerc “kicks some ass” when he races for Ferrari next season, after all, that would look good for the Swede.
He may be staying on as Sauber’s reserve driver but Marcus Ericsson doesn’t believe that role will have much of an impact on his 2019 plans.
Ferrari tried to find some early answers to 2019 with a new front wing in Abu Dhabi. Marcus Ericsson, meanwhile, damaged his…
Marcus Ericsson believes he has also played a part in Sauber’s revival this season, not just Ferrari-bound Charles Leclerc.
Marcus Ericsson has put his recent performances down to showing what the team will be missing when he leaves at the end of the season.
Brendon Hartley, Kevin Magnussen, Lance Stroll, Marcus Ericsson and Stoffel Vandoorne were in attendance at the Interlagos press conference on Thursday.
Just as Sauber have found their feet, Marcus Ericsson has been shown the door in what he has billed as “obviously disappointing” timing.
Marcus Ericsson has secured his future away from Formula 1, driving for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports in Indycar.
Marcus Ericsson has explained how he had to “sacrifice” his Mexican Grand Prix in favour of Sauber team-mate Charles Leclerc.
For the second time in four races, Sauber managed to get both of their cars into the final part of qualifying.
Marcus Ericsson has blamed cold tyres for rear-ending Charles Leclerc during Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Marcus Ericsson’s Sauber has been fitted with a new Energy Store and gearbox ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix following his qualifying crash.
Marcus Ericsson says his Q1 crash was down to a misjudgement in passing Valtteri Bottas through the Dunlop Curve at Suzuka.
Marcus Ericsson thinks IndyCar would be the best series to showcase his talents as he plots his way back into Formula 1.
Marcus Ericsson has said that the arrival of Kimi Raikkonen was the “bad news” that would signal the end of his spell with Sauber in Formula 1.
Marcus Ericsson, Valtteri Bottas, Sergey Sirotkin and Charles Leclerc sit down with the press ahead of the Russian Grand Prix.
Dropped from his Sauber race seat, Marcus Ericsson has revealed he will be looking at other “racing options” for 2019.
Marcus Ericsson feels Charles Leclerc’s promotion to Ferrari says “quite a bit” about his own form given that he’s had the edge over his team-mate in recent weeks.
Sergey Sirotkin will face the Russian media on Thursday at the Sochi Autodrom as he prepares for his first home grand prix in Formula 1.
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.