Formula 1 News


Sauber keeps BMW for 2010
June 25, 2010 (12:06) [ Indexed from UpdateF1 ]
Name change for 2011 More...
Sauber will wait to drop the 'BMW'
June 24, 2010 (14:20) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
BMW-Sauber will wait until the end of the current Formula One season before changing their names... More...
Sauber blames Rampf, BMW and Ferrari for 'really bad car'
June 18, 2010 (15:06) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Peter Sauber has gone on the attack against erstwhile technical director Willy Rampf, former owners BMW and engine-supplier Ferrari for leaving his team with a 'really bad car' in F1 2010. More...
Sauber blames Rampf, BMW and Ferrari for 'bad car'
June 18, 2010 (12:20) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Peter Sauber has gone on the attack against erstwhile technical director Willy Rampf, former owners BMW and engine-supplier Ferrari for leaving his team with a 'really bad car' in F1 2010. More...
Q&A with BMW Sauber's Kamui Kobayashi
June 03, 2010 (10:50) [ Indexed from ]
BMW Sauber's Kamui Kobayashi has endured a difficult start to the 2010 season. A mixture of technical problems and accidents saw Kobayashi retire from five of the opening six races. But at last weekend's Turkish Grand Prix the Japanese driver finally made an impression on the scoreboard, clinching one point thanks to his 10th-place finish at Istanbul Park More...
Pedro de la Rosa Q&A: BMW Sauber may surprise in Monaco
May 12, 2010 (22:49) [ Indexed from ]
Everybody has been talking about the difficulties involved in Michael Schumacher's comeback, forgetting that Pedro de la Rosa had been away for the same period of time. Added to that, De la Rosa is at a team busy adjusting to life as an independent again, with a car that's had more than its fair share of reliability woes. Now, though, the Spaniard is convinced the bad times are over. With the input of new technical director James Key, performance is on an upward curve and BMW Sauber might even surprise in Monte Carlo this weekend, as De la Rosa explained exclusively to More...
Monaco preview quotes - BMW Sauber on Monte Carlo
May 10, 2010 (16:06) [ Indexed from ]
Of all the races on the Formula One calendar, Monaco can surely claim the most historic and glamorous reputation. Here the drivers and senior team personnel explain what makes the Monte Carlo event so special and reveal how they think they may fare over the coming weekend More...
James Key Q&A: BMW Sauber can recover in 2010
May 04, 2010 (04:45) [ Indexed from ]
BMW Sauber have had a tough start to the season. Despite much promise in winter testing, four races in and they are the only established team yet to score a point. For new technical director James Key this poses quite a challenge. After his first month in the job, the former Force India man has set some aggressive targets, and insists it is far too early to write-off the Swiss team's 2010 campaign More...
Spain preview quotes - BMW Sauber & Mercedes on Barcelona
April 30, 2010 (17:49) [ Indexed from ]
After the hard slog of four long-haul races, the European leg of the Formula One season kicks off next weekend with the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. The Circuit de Catalunya is a venue the teams know well from testing, though racing there is a completely different challenge. The drivers and senior team personnel discuss their prospects More...
China preview quotes - Mercedes GP, BMW Sauber & more
April 09, 2010 (13:44) [ Indexed from ]
The Shanghai International Circuit's stunning architecture, high-speed straights and winding turns, mean the teams are more than happy to endure the city's hectic traffic to enjoy the chance to race in China. Here senior team personnel and the drivers contemplate their hopes for the Chinese Grand Prix weekend, and explain why they count this track as one of their favourites More...
Malaysia preview quotes - BMW Sauber & Renault on Sepang
March 29, 2010 (19:19) [ Indexed from ]
After the unexpectedly cool and damp conditions in Melbourne, the season takes us back to searing heat this weekend and the Malaysian Grand Prix in Kuala Lumpur. The drivers and key team personnel discuss their chances of success at the challenging Sepang International Circuit More...
Australia preview quotes - McLaren, Mercedes & BMW Sauber
March 20, 2010 (00:49) [ Indexed from ]
After the spectacular but sparse desert setting of Bahrain, the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship heads to Australia and the bustling metropolis of Melbourne for round two. Both the city and circuit are favourites - not just with those in the stands, but also with those hard at work in the paddock and on the track More...
BMW Sauber expect 'significant improvement' in Australia
March 20, 2010 (00:49) [ Indexed from ]
Many pundits had tipped BMW Sauber as one of the dark horses for 2010 after their promising pace in pre-season testing. That promise failed to materialise in Bahrain with a double DNF, but having rested and regrouped the Swiss team are predicting far better things for round two in Australia.... More...
Sauber to drop 'BMW' name
March 18, 2010 (11:19) [ Indexed from UpdateF1 ]
Moves afoot for change More...
Sauber keen to drop BMW from title
March 17, 2010 (12:49) [ Indexed from ITV Sport ]
Peter Sauber confirms he's indicated to Bernie Ecclestone that team wishes to change name. More...
Sauber wants rid of 'BMW'
March 16, 2010 (19:35) [ Indexed from Sky Sports ]
Peter Sauber is to ask the FIA to change his team's name to 'Sauber', thus dropping the 'BMW' with which they have started the season. More...
Sauber officially wants 'BMW' dropped
March 16, 2010 (17:20) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
Peter Sauber is set to ask the FIA to change his team's name to 'Sauber', dropping the 'BMW' with which they started the season. More...
Two hydraulic failures for BMW Sauber
March 14, 2010 (15:47) [ Indexed from ]
After a difficult qualifying the BMW Sauber F1 Team was heading for points in the opening round of the FIA Formula One World Championship, but the Bahrain Grand Prix ended in disappointment with both drivers retiring due to hydraulic failures. More...
BMW Sauber drivers thought they'd be quicker
March 13, 2010 (18:21) [ Indexed from ]
Both BMW Sauber F1 Team drivers made it into the second qualifying session, but neither of them moved up into the top ten qualifying. Still struggling with the car on the winding and bumpy new part of the circuit, Pedro de la Rosa qualified 14th for the first race of the season in Bahrain and Kamui Kobayashi qualified 16th. More...
BMW Sauber aims for points in first race of the season
March 05, 2010 (18:59) [ Indexed from ]
One thing is certain: after it has slimmed down and transformed into a private team the BMW Sauber F1 Team is very happy to line up with two C29s for Pedro de la Rosa and Kamui Kobayashi at the seasons opening race. But just turning up is far from what the team is aiming for. More...

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