Kimi Raikkonen says he expected Sauber’s F1 car to feel more different than the Ferrari he has driven this year after testing it for the first time.
Charles Leclerc says Sauber didn’t expect to end the season with such a competitive car.
Sauber’s tyre-saving strategy in the Mexican Grand Prix was so extreme Charles Leclerc had to be told 50 times to slow down to preserve his rubber.
Sauber test driver Tatiana Calderon says she feels more comfortable in an Formula 1 car than junior series chassis ahead of he first run for the team in Mexico today.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur paid tribute to former Ferrari CEO and chairman Sergio Marchionne, who died on Wednesday.
Sauber has been fined €5,000 for releasing Marcus Ericsson’s car in an unsafe condition during second practice.
Sauber’s owners say changes to the structure of Formula 1 team’s holding company have not been made with the intention of selling the team.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur says Ferrari third driver Antonio Giovinazzi is “on the list” as a candidate to drive for the team in 2019.
Pierre Gasly is concerned Toro Rosso will be unable to resist the rising threat of Formula 1 rivals Sauber in the championship fight.
Fernando Alonso has explained his comment to Spanish television yesterday that McLaren has to beat “three Ferrari teams” in Formula 1.
Sauber has announced its technical director Jorg Zander has left the team with immediate effect.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur believes Marcus Ericsson is performing better since the arrival of his new team mate Charles Leclerc.
Alfa Romeo has revealed Sauber’s new car for the 2018 F1 season. The C37 will be powered by a current-specification Ferrari engine.
Much-needed investment has revitalised Sauber for 2017 but with a year-old engine the team must start the season strongly.
Sauber has signed Colombian racer Tatiana Calderon as a development driver for the 2017 F1 season.
How does Sauber’s new racer compare to its predecessor? Take a closer look with these interactive images.
Marcus Ericsson will continue to drive for Sauber in 2017, the team has announced. However the identity of his team mate remains in doubt.
Marcus Ericsson reported himself fit and well following his high-speed crash at the end of today’s final practice session.
Marcus Ericsson has been taken to hospital following his crash during the final practice session at Silverstone.
Struggling team Sauber has announced it will not take part in next week’s test at Silverstone, citing “cost effectiveness”.