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Fiat could own two Formula 1 teams before the year is out with reports in Germany claiming Ferrari’s parent company has an “option” to buy the former Sauber team.
The Sauber name has been consigned to the history annuals. No longer will it feature on the Formula 1 grid, instead we have Alfa Romeo Racing.
Sauber have announced they will be known as Alfa Romeo Racing from the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Kimi Raikkonen could be “in trouble” from his new team-mate Antonio Giovinazzi, at least that is the hope of former F1 team owner Gian Carlo Minardi.
Following a much-improved 2018 campaign, Sauber are chasing best of the rest this season, however, Antonio Giovinazzi admits it is a “really high target”.
Sauber aren’t keeping an eye on Formula 1’s midfield, rather Frederic Vasseur says they are judging themselves against the sport’s top teams.
Kimi Raikkonen’s manager Steve Robertson has revealed how the Finnish driver wanted to see the same enthusiasm from Sauber that he had for racing.
Sergio Perez reckons Sauber, with its Ferari ties and “great team leader”, could be the team to watch in 2019 – and he’s not the only one bigging up Sauber’s chances.
Sauber will officially unveil their 2019 challenger on the morning of the first pre-season test, February 18.
Marcus Ericsson is hoping Charles Leclerc performs well at Ferrari because it would “reflect good on him”.
Alfa Romeo Sauber have announced the extension of their promotional partnership with Interroll.
Antonio Giovinazzi wants to avoid comparisons with Charles Leclerc and just focus on himself and his own development.
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 are preparing for the new season with “good expectations” after pushing “like hell” on the development of their 2019 car.
Kimi Raikkonen is excited by the prospect of getting involved in some “pure racing” when he dons the colours of Sauber once again in 2019.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur claims their “spiral” of good news over the last year convinced Kimi Raikkonen to drive for them in 2019.
Kimi Raikkonen is the gift that keeps on giving over Christmas. What an absolute legend!
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur believes that Marcus Ericsson made a “huge step forward” this year, despite dropping him for 2019.
Antonio Giovinazzi has said Kimi Raikkonen will help him through the early stages of his Formula 1 career with Sauber.
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.