Felipe Nasr believes Sauber is getting on top of its financial problems and the benefits will soon be seen on track.
Sauber has confirmed it will not participate in the in-season test at the Circuit de Catalunya following the Spanish Grand Prix.
Sauber’s technical director Mark Smith has stood down from the team less than a week before the first race of the year.
Sauber was the only team not to have its new car ready for the first test of the new season, meaning it could start the year at a disadvantage.
Sauber will not run its new C35 Formula One car until the second and final pre-season test, the team has confirmed.
Sauber swiftly banished the demons of last year by scoring points i the first race of 2015. But that proved the high-point of their season.
As Sauber prepares to make its 400th appearance at a grand prix weekend, eight of their top drivers picked their favourite races for the team.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn isn’t concerned that only two teams have joined the complaint against F1.
Felipe Nasr hopes Sauber will be more competitive this weekend as they finally get to use the updated version of Ferrari’s power unit.
Sauber has appointed former Caterham, Red Bull Force India and Jordan designer Mark Smith as its new technical director.
Sauber says it wishes to avoid a “mud fight via the media” and has refrained from commenting in response to Giedo van der Garde’s comments earlier today.
Giedo van der Garde will not drive in this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix having reached an agreement with Sauber.
Further hearings on the dispute between Sauber and Giedo van der Garde will be heard tomorrow as the affair kept the teams’ cars from participating in today’s first practice session.
Sauber’s attempt to overturn an Australian court’s ruling that Giedo van der Garde must be allowed to race for them has failed.
Sauber has responded an Australian court’s decision to uphold Giedo van der Garde’s claim to have a right to drive for the team.
An Australian court will rule on Wednesday whether Giedo van der Garde is entitled to drive for Sauber in this weekend’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Sauber has revealed its 2015 F1 contender, the Ferrari-powered C34.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn described the team’s 2014 campaign, the first in which it failed to score any points, as “a huge disappointment”.
Esteban Ocon and Adderly Fong took different approaches to their first runs during today’s practice sessions.
Adrian Sutil cast doubt on whether Sauber will compete in 2015 after the team announced a change in driver line-up which leaves him without a seat for next year.