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Sauber hoping ‘essential revisions’ yield first points

The Sauber team heads to next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix without a point o its name from the four preceding F1 rounds, but confident that changes made to its car in the three-week break since China can kick-start its 2014 campaign. The Swiss team had high hopes for the year, coming off the back of a strong finish to 2013, but has posted five retirements in eight starts with Adrian Sutil's eleventh place in Melbourne its highest finish to date. Admitting that it had built a conservative car for the latest technical era, Sauber has worked hard in the extended break, and both C33s will be significantly improved for Barcelona, with an extensive reduction in weight being accompanied by a...
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