Giedo van der Garde’s court case against Sauber looks like it will finally reach its settlement over the course of the next couple of weeks, as the two parties finalise a €15 million agreement on Van Der Garde’s behalf. After a rather public spat between the two leading up to last weekends Australian Grand Prix, Van
Giedo van der Garde has dropped his legal case against Sauber, following this weeks ruling that stated he was entitled to race in the Australian Grand Prix in one of the teams cars on Sunday. “With respect to the interest of motorsport, and F1 in particular, I have decided to give up my legal rights
Giedo van der Garde has won his court case against Sauber, after the Dutch driver filed last-minute legal action demanding that he was guaranteed a seat for 2015 and that the team wrongfully terminated his contract. The court hearing which took place this evening, accepted Van Der Garde’s case and advised that Sauber respond to
Sauber have unveiled their 2015 challenger today, the C34. The new car which features a Ferrari-powered engine features an all-new front wing design, slimmer sidepods despite Ferrari’s cooling demands on its new Power Unit, and what looks like some tweaks towards the rear of the car. The team says that it also set some targets for
I think I’ve seen the C33 more times going backwards then I have forwards. That car is without doubt, one of the worst on the grid – second only to the Caterham. I feel sorry for Sauber given their recent success with Perez and Kobayashi because they are a good team with good history behind them.
Sauber driver Adrian Sutil revealed heading into the Spanish Grand Prix weekend that he went forty eight hours without food in the pre-season, just to satisfy the minimum weight limits that the drivers must conform to in2014, if they don’t want to be at a disadvantage. “I was testing it a little bit here and
According to Motorsport.com, Roger Benoit is reporting in Swiss newspaper ‘Blick’ that Sauber turned down a $14 million deal with last years GP2 champion Fabio Leimer, who had hopes of partnering with Esteban Gutierrez in 2014. The Swiss outfit instead went with experienced and former Force India driver Adrian Sutil for 2014. Leimer, whose career is funded
Former IndyCar driver Simona De Silvestro has completed over 500km over the course of two days at the Ferrari Fiorano test track this week for the Sauber F1 Team. Simona, who is one of Sauber’s test/reserve drivers has yet to acquire an FIA Super License in order to compete in a Grand Prix, however todays test