Sauber confirms GP3 driver Adderly Fong will take part in the Abu Dhabi tyre test alongside Marcus Ericsson in order to extend his superlicence.
Sauber boss frustrated by the crash-prone Pastor Maldonado after he collided with Marcus Ericsson at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Felipe Nasr was penalised three grid places for impeding Felipe Massa in Q1 during qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Monisha Kaltenborn says Sauber's recent aerodynamic upgrade has been a step in the right direction and should set the team in good stead for 2016.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn is against the proposals to provide an alternative "budget" engine in Formula One.
Monisha Kaltenborn says teams like Sauber have always taken what engine they've been given and asks "Why can't [Red Bull] now?"
Niki Lauda thinks Sauber's official complaint to the European Union, lodged with Force India, about governance of F1 is against the sport's best interests.
Sauber will not receive the latest specification of Ferrari engines when its drivers take a new power unit each this weekend.
Force India and Sauber lodge official anti-competition complaints to European Union about F1's governance and prize-money system.
Swede drops to 13th on the grid and gets two penalty points on superlicence after impeding Nico Hulkenberg during Q2 at Monza.
Sauber will finally run upgraded power units at the Belgian Grand Prix after waiting four races to take advantage of Ferrari's token spend earlier this year.
Marcus Ericsson says he is 'satisfied' with how he's adjusted to life at Sauber in 2015 but thinks he's missed out on stronger results.
Sauber confirms it will retain the services of current drivers Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr for the 2016 season.
Though he is keen not to see the team rush upgrades, Nasr admits it is tough to watch the likes of Force India and Lotus progress while Sauber waits for upgraded package slated for Spa.
Mark Smith due to join Sauber on July 13 as team's first technical director since 2012.
German picks up where he left off during Austrian Grand Prix by ending the test over eight tenths clear of Ferrari's Esteban Gutierrez.
Finn clocked a 1:10.029 in the FW37, while Nico Rosberg finished the morning third for Mercedes and Fernando Alonso managed just 17 laps in the McLaren MP4-30.
Mercedes junior keeps the world champions top of the timing screens after day of testing hampered by rain at Red Bull Ring.
Swede started before the lights go out and moves on to five penalty points - more than any other driver.
Italian youngster handed another day behind the wheel after driving for both Sauber and Ferrari at the post-Spanish GP test.
Sauber will not use Ferrari's updated engine at the Canadian Grand Prix and will instead wait until the Belgian Grand Prix to introduce an upgraded power unit.
Italian will take over from Marcus Ericsson in FP1 before driving in the second day of the test which takes place in Barcelona the week after the grand prix.