Sauber’s 2013 season proved to be a rough diamond. It started off in shaky style but with a bit of polishing, they ended the year on a high.
It looked promising for the team after winter testing, hot off the back of their best ever campaign which yielded four podiums. The C32, an evolution of their 2012 challenger, was launched in early February at the team’s Hinwill base. Noticeable changes to the car included very narrow sidepods, ridges to help manage the airflow over the stepped nose and an evolved coanda-style exhaust.
Hiring Nico Hulkenberg was a brilliant move by the Swiss team, even if they only held on to him for one season. The German driver proved to be one of the stars of...
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