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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.
Kaltenborn not quitting
Team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn hasn't considered resigning as her embattled Sauber outfit sat out the entire first practice session at the Australian GP amid the escalation of their legal dispute with Giedo van der Garde.
JB: Sauber unfair to cite safety
Jenson Button says Giedo van der Garde driving in Melbourne is not a safety concern and has expressed his disappointment that Sauber used that claim as a defence in their legal dispute.
Sauber lose Van der Garde appeal
An Australian court has upheld its ruling that Giedo van der Garde must race for Sauber in the season-opening Australian GP.
Van der Garde 'ready to race'
Giedo van der Garde has insisted he is ready to race at this weekend's season-opening Australian GP after a court ruled that he is entitled to drive for Sauber this season.
Van der Garde sues Sauber
Giedo van der Garde has started a legal action against Sauber in an attempt to make the starting grid for next weekend’s season-opener in Melbourne.
Williams end testing on top
Williams set the fastest time as pre-season testing drew to a close on Sunday, with pacesetters Mercedes signing off at the Circuit de Catalunya in more muted fashion.
Wolff and Nasr blame each other
Susie Wolff's first appearance of the year on the opening day of the Barcelona test ended with a high-speed crash after her Williams collided with Felipe Nasr's Sauber.