18th (9 Pts)
13th (27 Pts)
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Felipe Nasr was left relieved the brakes on his Sauber failed at low-speed, rather than high-speed, in the Mexican GP.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says Red Bull should just accept whatever engine they are offered and get on with racing.
Monisha Kaltenborn says they had to resort to the media to learn of the commercial deals rivals agreed with Bernie Ecclestone.
Force India and Sauber have complained to the European Union about F1's governance and prize money distribution.
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Pirelli have told Sky Sports that their future in F1 is dependent on a "serious test programme" being accepted by the teams.
The 2016 F1 season is set to be extended until December, the sport's supremo Bernie Ecclestone has revealed.
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We look at how the drivers are faring in their intra-team qualifying and race battles in 2015 at the midpoint of the season.
F1 is to take a three-month break ahead of the 2016 season after the teams decided to delay the first pre-season test until March.
Sauber have announced Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr will remain with the team for a second season in 2016.
Sauber announced on Wednesday that former Caterham technical director Mark Smith is joining them in the same role.
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