Sauber 2016 Drivers Announced as Ericsson and Nasr for 2016

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It has emerged ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix and the summer break that Sauber F1 team has announced that it will retain their two drivers – Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr for 2016 by virtue of extending their respective contracts. The team will run an unchanged line-up for the first time since 2012. With […] READ MORE


Sauber Malaysia Preview: Will the form Continue?

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As the second race of the season approaches, all eyes will be on Sauber to see if their great pace and points finishes in Australia was a one-time thing or whether they can compete for consistent top ten finishes. It was Felipe Nasr who had the better fifth place finish in Australia, and his team-mate Marcus […] READ MORE


Sauber 2015 Season Preview: Can the Swiss Team Step Up?

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As everyone knows it is not sensible to take testing times too seriously as we have no idea what fuel loads or set ups the teams are running and most will sand bag a little bit, however if your Sauber you could be forgiven for feeling very optimistic just over three weeks away the season […] READ MORE


BREAKING: Marcus Ericsson Joins Sauber for 2015

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After all of the trouble surrounding the Caterham team this weekend, it has been announced that their current driver Marcus Ericsson will be moving to the Sauber team for the 2015 season. The Swedish driver made his debut this season and has impressed on a number of occasions, and has taken Caterham’s strongest result of […] READ MORE


The Sharp Demise of Caterham and Marussia

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Two of Formula One’s smallest teams – Caterham and Marussia are both set to miss the United States and Brazilian Grand Prix over the coming weeks. For two teams who seemingly had got onto terms with Formula One in their fifth season it seems a bit strange that these teams are in fact in severe […] READ MORE



Underrated Ericsson: Rookie Impresses

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Drivers from Caterham and Marussia are easy targets for fans that are annoyed by pay drivers. Of course it’s frustrating that some drivers will not get the chance to race in F1 because they don’t have the backing, however that’s just the state the sport is in currently so there’s nothing fans can do about […] READ MORE


Caterham Canadian GP Preview: Praying for Chaos

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After narrowly and painstakingly missing out on their first ever points at the Monaco Grand Prix, instead witnessing their nearest rivals leap ahead courtesy of Marussia’s Jules Bianchi barging past Caterhams Kamui Kobayshi to come home 9th, Caterham will be praying for rain and for a large amount of retirements if they are too have […] READ MORE