Sauber has hit back at speculation about its future by revealing it is well on track to debuting an all-new 2014 car.
Having lost the talented Nico Hulkenberg to his former team Force India, Hinwil based Sauber – after its financially-embattled 2013 – is now only in the company of Caterham with its two vacant race seats for next season.
'Never in Sauber's 21-year grand prix history has not even one of its drivers for the following season been known by this time,' the respected Swiss correspondent for the well-connected Blick newspaper, Roger Benoit, said.
On Wednesday, however, Sauber beat the other teams to an important piece of news about 2014, revealing that the FIA's...
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