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.
The remaining gaps on the 2017 grid
ESPN looks at the empty seats on the 2017 grid and the likely candidates and outside bets to fill each one.
Williams top of Ericsson's wish-list for 2017
Sauber's Marcus Ericsson says he is speaking to most team with a vacant seat for 2017 and admits Williams would be top of his priorities list in terms of competitiveness.
Teams open to idea of buying shares in F1
Formula One team bosses have welcomed Liberty Media's suggestion they buy shares in the sport in future.
Kubica to compete in Renault Sport Trophy
Former BMW Sauber and Renault driver Robert Kubica will compete in the Renault Sport Trophy at Spa-Francorchamps.
Sauber hires ex-Ferrari, Haas engineer Buscombe
Sauber has continued its recent recruitment drive by appointing former Ferrari and Haas engineer Ruth Buscombe to oversee strategy.
Nasr 'surprised' by penalty after Palmer clash
Felipe Nasr said he was "surprised" to be given a penalty for his collison with Renault's Jolyon Palmer at the Italian Grand Prix.
Palmer fumes at Nasr crash and penalty
Jolyon Palmer accused Felpe Nasr of running him off the road at the Italian Grand Prix and said the Sauber driver got off lightly for the incident.
Ericsson set for grid penalty at Spa
Marcus Ericsson has incurred a ten-place grid penalty after Sauber fitted his car with new power unit components ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix.
Sauber brings delayed upgrade package to Spa
Sauber has brought a major upgrade to the Belgian Grand Prix which was originally slated for introduction for early July.
Sauber working 'very hard' on title sponsorship
Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn says the team is working "very hard" to secure a title sponsor following its recent change in ownership.
Who are Sauber's new backers?
Kate Walker looks at Longbow Finance, Sauber's new owners, and finds the Swiss company has ties with single-seater motorsport.
Sauber confirms sale to Swiss investors
Sauber has secured its future in F1 by confirming its sale to Longbow Finance S.A, a deal which sees founder Peter Sauber retiring from all functions.
Ericsson admits to 11 'sore' laps at Silverstone
Sauber's Marcus Ericsson has paid tribute to the current level of safety in F1 after he walked away from a massive crash at Silverstone and was able to race through the pain the following day.
Ericsson cleared to race at Silverstone
Marcus Ericsson has been granted clearance to start the British Grand Prix after undergoing a final medical check on Sunday morning.
Ericsson uninjured but due further checks
Marcus Ericsson will undergo further medical checks before he is allowed to race in Sunday's British Grand Prix, but showed no signs of injury following his big crash in practice.
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