Sauber F1 Team have struggled during qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix with their result reflecting the work they desperately need to do in order to catch up to the head of the Formula One circus.
With starts of 17th and 18th for Esteban Gutierrez and Adrian Sutil respectively the team will have to have their thinking caps on tonight to see if they can play the strategy to try and get themselves up into a potential points finish.
Gutierrez said after Q1, where he fell tantalisingly short of Q2 with a time of 1:18.741: “It was not a positive qualifying for the team, so we cannot be happy with today’s outcome. We are on the edge of getting into Q2, so every minor incident on track is...
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