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Formula 2 champion Charles Leclerc will partner Marcus Ericsson at Sauber in 2018, the team have confirmed.
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Sky F1's commentary double act of Martin Brundle and David Croft wrap up F1 2017 with a driver-by-driver review.
Hamilton delivers all-but the perfect weekend as one Spaniard takes his opportunity to impress and another is denied the points he deserved...
Hamilton and Verstappen drive each other to high marks, but a Toro Rosso swansong fails to hit the high notes at Suzuka.
Sky F1 pundit Mark Hughes reviews the first half of F1 2017 for all 20 drivers. Who has shone and who has had a stinker?
Honda will supply Sauber with engines in 2018 after signing the first customer deal alongside their McLaren partnership.
Sauber have released the first image of their 2017 car, the C36, as the Swiss team target escaping the back of the grid.
Sauber have revealed Marcus Ericsson will drive for the team in 2017 though it is still unclear who will partner the Swede.
Jorg Zander will re-join Sauber as the team's technical director at the start of 2017.
Sauber will use year-old Ferrari engines in 2017, rather than using the Scuderia's new power unit.
Sky Sports have crunched the numbers and analysed the data behind who the fastest starting driver is in F1...
Many team principals have claimed they have the most talented Formula 1 driver at their disposal - but what do you think? Have your say!
Who have starred and who have struggled so far in 2016? Sky F1's Mark Hughes reviews all 22 drivers' form so far this season.
The first part of a rain-affected Hungarian GP qualifying claimed Marcus Ericsson, Felipe Massa and Rio Haryanto - watch the carnage!
Sauber have announced that they have been sold to Swiss investment company Longbow Finance in a deal which secures their F1 stay.
Sauber's Marcus Ericsson has been passed fit to race in the British GP following his heavy crash in practice at Silverstone.
Marcus Ericsson says he and Felipe Nasr had "different opinions" on their Monaco GP crash but are happy to move on.
Daniil Kvyat and Marcus Ericsson handed three-place grid drops for Canada, but no further action taken against Kimi Raikkonen.
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