Giovinazzi thought Sauber call-up was a joke
Antonio Giovinazzi says he was completely taken by surprise by his last-minute Sauber call-up for the Australian Grand Prix and thought he was on the receiving end of a joke.
Wehrlein on why he missed out on a Mercedes drive
Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein has given some insight into why he was overlooked for a Mercedes drive during the winter.
Sauber's Wehrlein to return from injury in second test
Pascal Wehrlein will return from injury to participate in the second week of testing in Barcelona for Sauber, the team has confirmed.
Wehrlein hopes to be fit for second F1 test
Pascal Wehrlein says he hopes to have fully recovered from his back injury in time to take part in next week's second Formula One pre-season test at Barcelona.
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Giovinazzi replaces injured Wehrlein for opening test
Ferrari reserve Antonio Giovinazzi will take over Pascal Wehrlein's testing responsibilities for the first week of Barcelona testing as the Sauber driver recovers from a back injury.
Sauber releases first pictures of its 2017 car
Sauber has launched its 2017 car, the C36, via its website and social media channels.
Wehrlein confirms he will miss first test
Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein will skip the opening test of the 2017 season due to a back injury sustained at the Race of Champions last month.
Wehrlein still undergoing medical checks
Sauber F1 driver Pascal Wehrlein is still undergoing medical checks following his accident at the Race of Champions last month.
Sauber hoping to surprise rivals in 2017
Sauber's new technical director Jorg Zander wants his team to be able to spring surprises on its opposition this year and re-establish itself in the midfield.
Sauber: F1 must not wait until 2020 to adjust revenue distribution
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has called on Formula One's new owners to address the financial inequalities between teams as soon as possible.
Wolff explains Wehrlein decision
Toto Wolff believes promoting Pascal Wehrlein to Mercedes this season could have put the German at risk of damaging his long-term Formula One career.
Ericsson expects tough fight against Wehrlein
Marcus Ericsson rates new teammate Pascal Wehrlein highly and is hoping the Mercedes-backed driver's arrival at Sauber helps him up his own game.
Wehrlein secures Sauber drive for 2017
Pascal Wehrlein has been confirmed as a Sauber driver for 2017, ending months of speculation about his future.
2016 season review... Sauber
Nate Saunders and Marc Priestley talk to Nicki Shields about what we can expect from Sauber in 2017.
Wehrlein denies Sauber deal is done yet
Pascal Wehrlein says there is no truth in media reports he has agreed to drive for Sauber next season.
Nasr expects points to help him in Sauber talks
Felipe Nasr believes the points he scored in the Brazilian Grand Prix will help him in trying to secure a drive with Sauber for next season.
Ericsson to stay at Sauber in 2017
Sauber confirms Marcus Ericsson will remain at the team next year and says his 2017 teammate will be announced "in due course".
Sauber: Brazil result vindicates recent team changes
Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn says the team's vital result at the Brazilian Grand Prix proved it is moving in the right direction.
Nasr: Brazil points 'tastes like victory' for Sauber
Felipe Nasr says finishing ninth in the Brazilian Grand Prix "tastes like victory" after Sauber moved above Manor in the Formula One constructors' standings.
Sauber confirms Zander as new technical boss
Sauber has confirmed that Jorg Zander will become its new technical director from the beginning of the 2017 Formula One season.
Ericsson was unsure about year-old Ferrari engines
Marcus Ericsson admits he "questioned it quite a lot" when he heard Sauber had opted to take year-old Ferrari engines for the 2017 season.
Sauber to run 2016-spec Ferrari engines in 2017
Sauber team principal Monisha Kalterborn has confirmed the team will use a 2016-spec Ferrari power unit next season.
Ericsson left bruised after hitting 'big chicken'
Marcus Ericsson escaped serious injury after hitting a "big chicken" while cycling in Thailand as part of a training camp between races.
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