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about Sauber

Sauber Motorsport AG, competing as Sauber F1 Team, is a Swiss Formula One team. It was founded in the 1970s by Peter Sauber, who progressed through hillclimbing and the World Sportscar Championship to reach Formula One in 1993. Swiss investment firm Longbow Finance S.A. are the current majority owners of Sauber.

Having not won a Grand Prix as an independent, the team was sold to BMW in 2005, and competed as BMW Sauber from 2006 to 2009, scoring one victory. At the end of the 2009 season, however, BMW pulled out of Formula One and the team's future remained uncertain for several months, until it was sold back to Peter Sauber and granted a 2010 entry. However, due to issues with the Concorde Agreement, the team remained as "BMW Sauber" for the 2010 season. In March 2010, Peter Sauber announced plans to change the team name during the season, but the FIA announced that they would have to wait until the end of the season to change their name. At the beginning of the 2011 season the team dropped BMW from their name.

Peter Sauber sold his controlling 66.6% stake in the team, with the remainder belonging to CEO Monisha Kaltenborn also being sold; she had been a leading figure in the team since BMW's withdrawal.

The team was sold during the 2016 season to investment firm Longbow Finance. Pascal Picci took over Peter Sauber's role as chairman of the board and president.


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seasons

1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018,

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drivers who drove for Sauber

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1 Jyrki Järvilehto
2 Karl Wendlinger
3 Heinz-Harald Frentzen
4 Andrea de Cesaris
5 Jean-Christophe Boullion
6 Johnny Herbert
7 Nicola Larini
8 Gianni Morbidelli
9 Norberto Fontana
10 Jean Alesi
11 Pedro Diniz
12 Mika Salo
13 Nick Heidfeld HEI
14 Kimi Räikkönen RAI
15 Felipe Massa MAS
16 Giancarlo Fisichella FIS
17 Jacques Villeneuve VIL
18 Pedro de la Rosa DLR
19 Kamui Kobayashi KOB
20 Sergio Pérez PER
21 Esteban Gutiérrez GUT
22 Nico Hülkenberg HUL
23 Adrian Sutil SUT
24 Felipe Nasr NAS
25 Marcus Ericsson ERI
26 Antonio Giovinazzi GIO
27 Pascal Wehrlein WEH
28 Charles Leclerc LEC

Sauber news

The arrangement began as straight title sponsorship in 2018, and for the last three years the team has been badged as Alfa Romeo.<br>Negotiations regarding a renewal of the deal had been ongoing for several months, and the new regulations that come into force next season helped to encourage Alfa to remain in the sport.<br>Confirmation means that the team will continue to employ at least one driver ...

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Correa first linked up with Sauber’s junior programme at the start of 2019, serving as the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team’s development driver alongside his Formula 2 racing duties.<br>But Correa’s career was put on hold after sustaining severe injuries in the second-lap accident at Spa that claimed the life of Anthoine Hubert.<br>After completing extensive rehabilitation, Correa made his racing ...

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Alfa Romeo first linked up with Sauber in 2018 as a title sponsor before an expansion of the partnership saw the team become known as Alfa Romeo Racing from 2019 onwards.<br>Sauber announced last October that it had extended its agreement with Alfa Romeo for a further season, but team boss Frederic Vasseur is hopeful of continuing the partnership long-term.<br>Talks are ongoing with the ...

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Rossi flirted with an F1 switch through the mid-late 2000s, making his first official F1 outing in 2006 at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Valencia in an F2004 having already completed some private running previously.<br>The nine-time grand prix world champion seriously considered a switch to F1 in 2006 and had discussions with Ferrari – though ultimately opted against it when its initial offer ...

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Sauber has been a Ferrari customer F1 team since 2010, and forged closer ties with the Italian manufacturer by adopting the name of its sister brand, Alfa Romeo, in 2019.<br>The existing deal between Sauber and Ferrari is due to expire at the end of this year, leading to suggestions the Swiss outfit could be a potential option for Renault as a new customer team.<br>But Motorsport.com understands ...

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Although there was never any real doubt that the partnership would continue into 2021, it had not officially been confirmed until today.<br>The two parties joined forces for the first time in 2018 when the Italian manufacturer was just a sponsor, before it took over the name of the team the following season, under the Alfa Romeo Racing banner.<br>There has been no confirmation of drivers for 2021 ...

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Sauber - which operates Alfa Romeo’s Formula 1 operation - has a rich history of helping develop young drivers, including Michael Schumacher, Kimi Raikkonen, Robert Kubica and Sergio Perez.<br>The team worked with Charouz Racing System to operate its junior team through 2019, but with their partnership concluding at the end of last season, Sauber has now announced the launch of its own ...

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Raikkonen made his F1 debut with Sauber back in 2001, but returned to the Swiss-based team - now under the Alfa Romeo brand - last year following five seasons with Ferrari.<br>It ensured a continuation of the 2007 F1 world champion's career, and is now likely to see Raikkonen break Rubens Barrichello's record for the most race starts this year.<br>In an interview with Motorsport.com as part of a ...

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