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Kimi Raikkonen believes that Sauber have all the tools to improve again in 2019, and that they will make strong gains next year.
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.
17 years after he last put in a lap in a Sauber, Kimi Raikkonen was back behind the wheel as he joined his 2019 team for the post-season Abu Dhabi tyre test.
Charles Leclerc has admitted that he will be “forever grateful” for the work Sauber have put in during his rookie season in Formula 1.
Kimi Raikkonen’s return to Sauber will begin a little earlier than planned in the post-season tyre test in Abu Dhabi.
Sauber test driver, Tatiana Calderon, has built up more valuable experience over the weekend, completing 202 laps in two days of testing at Fiorano.
Charles Leclerc has admitted that Sauber did not expect to be finishing the season with such a competitive car.
Marcus Ericsson believes he has also played a part in Sauber’s revival this season, not just Ferrari-bound Charles Leclerc.
Tatiana Calderon will return to the cockpit of the Sauber C32 when she tests at the Fiorano circuit this weekend.
Kimi Raikkonen may be swapping his race-winning Ferrari for a points-scoring Sauber but the Finn is looking forward to doing what he loves – “driving”.
Sauber has joined forces with Charouz Racing System to launch a young driver development programme.
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.
Just as Sauber have found their feet, Marcus Ericsson has been shown the door in what he has billed as “obviously disappointing” timing.
Sauber boss Frederic Vasseur believes that his current driver, and future Ferrari man, Charles Leclerc will face huge pressure next year.
Antonio Giovinazzi is leading calls for rear view cameras to be installed onto Formula 1 cars as standard procedure.
Several Formula 1 team bosses have described the aero regulations for next season as a “massive step backwards”.
Following her first run in a Formula 1 car, Tatiana Calderon says the Sauber is “easier to handle” than a GP3 car.
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.
Tatiana Calderon will have her first Formula 1 run next week when she drives the Sauber during a filming day in Mexico.
Friday saw the team principals press conference take place, with Franz Tost, Otmar Szafnaeur, Guenther Steiner and Frederic Vasseur facing the media.
The FIA have admitted that Kevin Magnussen’s block on Charles Leclerc in Japan was too late and action should have been taken.
Marcus Ericsson has blamed cold tyres for rear-ending Charles Leclerc during Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Sauber team boss Frederic Vasseur has slammed Kevin Magnussen for his “f****** dangerous’ move on Charles Leclerc at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc wants answers as to why Kevin Magnussen’s late block, which resulted in a collision between the two, was deemed legal in Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Marcus Ericsson says his Q1 crash was down to a misjudgement in passing Valtteri Bottas through the Dunlop Curve at Suzuka.
Team bosses Christian Horner, Franz Tost and Frederic Vasseur spoke to the media, along with Honda’s Masashi Yamamoto, ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc is preparing for a “very difficult” Japanese Grand Prix weekend as he returns to the scene of Jules Bianchi’s fatal crash.
Marcus Ericsson thinks IndyCar would be the best series to showcase his talents as he plots his way back into Formula 1.