Tom McCullough believes Sauber's late upsurge will not have a negative impact on their 2014 Championship.
Despite having a dismal first half to this season, Sauber fought back in the second to end seventh in the Championship on 57 points.
It was an impressive turnaround and came at a time when rivals were switching their focus to next year and the many new regulations.
However, McCullough, the team's head of trackside engineering, insists Sauber still paid attention to 2014 and won't be left behind.
"To be honest, we haven't changed a lot on the car [late in the season]," he told Autosport. "We had one big update package.
"We started the work on the 2014 car,...
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