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Booking his place in Q3 for the third time in four race weekend, Charles Leclerc had to overcome a brake issue to get there.
Sauber have refused to quash rumours that Kimi Raikkonen could return to the team next season in what would be a straight swap with Charles Leclerc.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur has said that Antonio Giovinazzi is “on the list” as a possible driver for them next year.
Sauber have given reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi a chance to impress with an FP1 outing lined up at the German Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly is worried that Toro Rosso will be overtaking by Sauber in the Constructors’ Championship because their Ferrari engine is a “huge difference”.
The difference between Sauber last season and Sauber this year is “massive” according to Marcus Ericsson, from finances to staffing to performance.
Although Charles Leclerc says Sauber are racing “above expectations”, he reckons there is even more to come from the Formula 1 team.
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.
Charles Leclerc’s British GP may have ended in retirement but the Sauber rookie insists there are still positives to be taken away from the weekend.
Fernando Alonso stands by his comments that McLaren are up against “three Ferrari teams” given Haas and Sauber’s close association with the Scuderia.
Charles Leclerc is overjoyed with qualifying inside the top ten for the second time in 2018, posting the ninth quickest time at Silverstone on Saturday afternoon.
Fernando Alonso finished best of the rest with P6, while Nico Hulkenberg, Charles Leclerc and both Force Indias were in the top 10 in FP2.
Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc reflect on Austria and look ahead to the British Grand Prix.
Both Force India and Sauber got double points finishes in Austria, with Fernando Alonso taking his McLaren to P8. Toro Rosso missed out on the top ten.
All three teams saw one car eliminated from Q1, with the other out in Q2. Charles Leclerc was P13, but will start from P18 after a gearbox change.
Sauber driver and talk of the town Charles Leclerc is set to drop five grid places from his qualifying position at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc has reportedly agreed, but not yet signed, a two-year deal to move to Ferrari where he’ll replace Kimi Raikkonen.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur has said he expects Charles Leclerc to continue with the team until the end of the season and not move to Ferrari early.
Charles Leclerc got his Sauber into the top ten once again on Friday, while Williams had Robert Kubica in the car for FP1.
Linked to Kimi Raikkonen’s race seat, Charles Leclerc admits driving for Ferrari would be a “dream” come true.
Sauber may lose Charles Leclerc to Ferrari at the end of this season, but Frederic Vasseur says he’d rather have a driver he could lose than want a driver others would desire.
Charles Leclerc finished in the points for a fourth time in his last five outings, but said he was a ‘little bit disappointed’ with himself.
Kevin Magnussen was best of the rest in P6, while both Renaults and Charles Leclerc scored points. Both McLarens finished outside the top ten on Sunday.
Charles Leclerc’s eighth place in qualifying for the French GP caught the eye of Formula 1 World Champs, who reckon it was an impressive performance.
Charles Leclerc has said that after Friday???s problems, to qualify in P8 for the French Grand Prix is the “best recovery” of his entire career.
Carlos Sainz was best of the rest, with Charles Leclerc in a career-high P8. Both Haas’ made it to Q3, before Romain Grosjean span, while Force India made P11.
Marcus Ericsson has said he was completely unaware that his Sauber car was on fire following a crash in FP1.
Eric Boullier, Cyril Abiteboul, Frederic Vasseur and Christian Horner spoke to the media in between FP1 and FP2, in the team principal’s press conference.
Both Marcus Ericsson and Sergio Perez had big offs on Friday, while both Williams struggled once again at Paul Ricard.
Charles Leclerc has admitted that the step up from Formula 2 to Formula 1 was much bigger than he expected.