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Formula 1: Sauber

Wehrlein to have scan after Monaco crash

wehrlein to have scan after monaco crash
Sauber's German driver Pascal Wehrlein, who missed the first two races of the Formula One season due to a back injury, will have another scan next week after crashing in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.
SuperSport Also reported by •SBSDNA

Button gets grid penalty he may never serve for Monaco collision

McLaren-Honda Formula 1 stand-in Jenson Button has formally incurred a grid penalty for the Monaco Grand Prix collision that left the Sauber of Pascal Wehrlein flipped on its side
Autosport

Videos for Formula 1: Sauber

News video: Sauber F1 Team 2017 C36 Ferrari Pilots

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Sauber F1 Team 2017 C36-Ferrari Pilots
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News video: Sauber F1 Team 2017 C36 Ferrari

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Sauber F1 Team 2017 C36-Ferrari
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News video: Sauber F1 Team On Track - Marcus Ericsson

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News video: Sauber F1 Team 2017 C36-Ferrari

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Motor racing-Formula One Monaco Grand Prix qualifying session 1

Marcus Ericsson (Sweden) Sauber - Ferrari 1:15.276
DNA

Sauber F1 team completes delayed upgrade package for Monaco GP

Sauber has brought a new floor to the Monaco Grand Prix, completing its Formula 1 update package that was partly introduced last time out in Spain
Autosport

Sauber F1 team open to running Japanese drivers for Honda

Monisha Kaltenborn says Sauber is "open" to the possibility of running a Japanese driver in the future in light of its new Honda Formula 1 engine supply deal
Autosport

Sauber F1 didn't expect Wehrlein race return before Spanish GP

Pascal Wehrlein has revealed that his Sauber Formula 1 team had not expected him to return to action earlier than the Spanish Grand Prix following his injury
Autosport

Sauber F1 boss says Wehrlein not to blame for Spanish GP penalty

Sauber says a late call to pit Pascal Wehrlein during the Formula 1 virtual safety car period in the Spanish Grand Prix created the circumstances that led to his penalty
Autosport

Sauber end their points drought

sauber end their points drought
Swiss-based Sauber ended their Formula One points drought on Sunday with Pascal Wehrlein finishing eighth in the Spanish Grand Prix for the team's first scoring finish of the season.
SuperSport

'Risky' one-stop lands Wehrlein, Sauber first points of F1 2017

Pascal Wehrlein makes a bold one-stop strategy work perfectly as he secured his and Sauber's first points of the 2017 F1 season in Spain.
Crash.Net

Toro Rosso F1 speed deficit 'a desperate situation' - Carlos Sainz Jr

Carlos Sainz says his Toro Rosso's Renault engine did not stack up well against Sauber's year-old Ferrari power unit in the Spanish Grand Prix, calling it "a desperate situation"
Autosport

Motor racing-Formula One Spanish Grand Prix 3rd and final free practice session

Pascal Wehrlein (Germany) Sauber - Ferrari 1:22.974
DNA

Parts of Sauber F1 upgrade package delayed until Monaco GP

Sauber has only brought part of its new Formula 1 upgrade to the Spanish Grand Prix, with the majority of the package delayed until Monaco
Autosport

Sauber 'open to anything' with new Honda Formula 1 partnership

Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn says the Formula 1 team is "open to anything" in its new-for-2018 partnership with Honda
Autosport

Ex-Sauber driver Felipe Nasr says he fears for Brazil's F1 legacy

Felipe Nasr says he is concerned for Brazil's Formula 1 legacy given the lack of drivers from his homeland on the 2017 grid
Autosport

Sauber F1 drivers Ericsson, Wehrlein say Honda is right 2018 choice

Sauber Formula 1 drivers Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein insist their team has made the right call in signing up to use Honda engines for 2018
Autosport

Sauber's Kaltenborn wants F1 franchise system to remove teams' fear

Sauber team boss Monisha Kaltenborn says a franchise system would "make sense" for Formula 1, and would remove an element of "fear" for midfield teams
Autosport

Sauber to use McLaren F1 gearboxes with Honda engines in 2018

Sauber has concluded a deal to use McLaren's Formula 1 gearboxes when it switches to Honda engines in 2018, Autosport understands
Autosport

Honda to Supply Power Units to Sauber F1 Team

TOKYO, May 1, 2017 - (JCN Newswire) - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced its decision to supply power units to the Sauber F1 Team as a customer starting from the 2018 season of the FIA(1) formul...
FinanzNachrichten.de Also reported by •SuperSport

Sauber to make Honda engine switch for 2018 Formula 1 season

sauber to make honda engine switch for 2018 formula 1 season
Formula 1 team Sauber will switch to Honda engines in 2018, ending an eight-year relationship with Ferrari.
BBC Sport

Kaltenborn defends Sauber's move to Honda Formula 1 engines in 2018

Sauber insists its switch to Honda engines is not a backwards step for the team, despite the Japanese manufacturer's current Formula 1 struggles.
Autosport


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