Sauber’s recent buy-out has seen a welcome cash-injection for the team that will pay dividends in Belgium as they introduce a host of new parts.
Sauber will run a new shorter nose at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit, along with a revised front wing.
Although the team raced a new rear wing in Germany, updates have been few and far between given the team’s financial situation.
However, that will change this weekend at Spa when they race both a new front wing and nose.
The parts should alter the performance of the C35, which has yet to score a single point this season.
Sauber was sold to Longbow Finance last month, bringing an end to speculation about the team’s future in Formula 1.