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Teams lodge EU complaint
Force India and Sauber have complained to the European Union about F1's governance and prize money distribution.
Sauber debut short nose
Sauber have introduced a short nose to the C34 as part of a number of aero changes introduced ahead of the Singapore GP.
Pirelli demanding 2016 testing
Pirelli have said that their future in F1 is dependent on a "serious test programme" being accepted by the teams.
2016 season to end in December?
The 2016 F1 season is set to be extended until December, the sport's supremo Bernie Ecclestone has revealed.
2016's F1 line-ups predicted
Sauber confirm Ferrari update
Sauber have confirmed they will introduce Ferrari’s latest-specification engine onto their C34 for the Belgian Grand Prix, as they aim to re-establish themselves as regular points contenders.
F1 team-mate head-to-heads
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 to take three-month break
F1 is set 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 retain Nasr & Ericsson
Sauber have announced Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr will remain with the team for a second season in 2016.
Sauber appoint Smith
Sauber announced on Wednesday that Mark Smith is joining them as technical director.
25 reasons to be positive about F1
Enough of the doom and gloom! 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…
Exclusive Felipe Nasr Q&A
Felipe Nasr has made an impressive start to life in F1 and spoke to Sky Sports Digital about how he has found Sauber and why he is keen to dispel the 'pay driver' tag.
Nasr: I'm no pay driver
Felipe Nasr insists he isn’t a ‘pay driver’ and thinks more racers should follow his model of having long-term support from a business in their home country.
'Allow Merc rivals to catch up'
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn believes F1 should follow DTM’s example and open up engine development to Ferrari, Honda and Renault – but not Mercedes – to allow them to close the gap.
Austria test: Marciello returns
Sauber have confirmed that youngster Raffaele Marciello will drive for the team again at the upcoming in-season test in Austria.
Honda and Ferrari use tokens
Ferrari and Honda have both used engine tokens ahead of this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix, making the pair the first manufacturers to take advantage of in-season development.
'Sauber eye points everywhere'
Marcus Ericsson believes Sauber have the pace to target points at every grand prix in 2015 following their big step forward over the winter.
Sauber hit back at Giedo
Sauber say they are “surprised” by Giedo van der Garde’s comments regarding their contract settlement and “cannot understand” his reasoning.
Sauber: Points a huge boost
Sauber chief Monisha Kaltenborn believes their double points finish in the season-opening Australian GP will act as a timely motivation boost to the beleaguered team, as they ended the most turbulent of weeks on an unexpected high.
Giedo drops Sauber action
Giedo van der Garde has dropped his legal action against Sauber, clearing the way for the team to race with their current drivers in this weekend’s Australian GP.