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Sauber to stay with Ferrari

Sauber has vowed to "stay together" with its engine supplier Ferrari. The Swiss team, already struggling financially, has not scored a single point so far in 2014 and therefore is in danger of being left outside the lucrative top ten positions in the constructors' championship. Team boss and co-owner Monisha Kaltenborn admitted that Ferrari's troubled first turbo V6 design for 2014 is "one of the major factors" in Sauber's current situation. "But I think it is too easy to say something is the fault of others," she is quoted by Italiaracing. "We must always look first of all at what we do, be honest about it and say that this car is definitely not one of...
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