17th (7 Pts)
13th (16 Pts)
Sauber will use the latest-specification Ferrari engine for the first time at the Belgian GP as the team eye a step forward.
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.
Ahead of this weekend’s British GP, here are a few reminders why F1 is, despite what you may have heard elsewhere, still in pole position…
Felipe Nasr on an impressive start to life in F1, how he has found Sauber and why he is keen to dispel the pay driver tag.
Felipe Nasr insists he isn’t a ‘pay driver’ and thinks more racers should follow his model of having long-term support.
Monisha Kaltenborn believes F1 should follow DTM and open up development to Ferrari, Honda and Renault, but not Mercedes.
Sauber have confirmed youngster Raffaele Marciello will drive for the team again at the upcoming in-season test in Austria.
Ferrari and Honda have both used engine development tokens ahead of this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix.
Marcus Ericsson believes Sauber have the pace to target points at every race in 2015 in the wake of their improvement.
Sauber say they are “surprised” by Giedo van der Garde’s critical comments after settling their contractual dispute.
Sauber's Monisha Kaltenborn says their surprise double points finish in Melbourne will act as a timely motivation boost.
Giedo van der Garde has withdrawn his contempt of court action against Sauber and agreed not to race in Australia.
Monisha Kaltenborn says she hasn't considered resigning as Sauber sat out P1 amid the escalation of their legal dispute.
Jenson Button says Giedo van der Garde driving for Sauber in the Australian Grand Prix is not a safety concern.
An Australian court has upheld its ruling that Giedo van der Garde does have the right to race for Sauber in Melbourne.
Giedo van der Garde has insisted he's ready for the Australian GP after a court ruled he is entitled to drive for Sauber
Giedo van der Garde has started a legal action against Sauber in an attempt to make the starting grid in Melbourne.
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