Sauber has singled out its V6 turbo power unit as a major cause of its struggles in 2014, as the Swiss outfit and Caterham are the only teams yet to score a single point this year.
Chief engineer Giampaolo Dall'Ara on Wednesday acknowledged to Auto Motor und Sport that the C33 is not the best car Hinwil has ever produced, but he also revealed: 'We received our new power train late. And all the associated information.'
Dall'Ara is referring to the fact that Sauber is a customer of Ferrari, whose sacked engine boss Luca Marmorini has now admitted the turbo V6 was designed at Maranello small and therefore underpowered.
'The plan for the first test was to learn and sort out...
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