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'Ferrari owners want to buy Sauber after Alfa Romeo move'

Fiat Chrysler, Ferrari's parent company, could buy the team formerly known as Sauber it has been reported. Last week, it was announced that after more than a quarter of a century on the grid, the Sauber name will be replaced completely by Alfa Romeo from 2019. The deal has not been universally welcomed by fans and F1 media alike. "Sauber is now under the Alfa Romeo flag," said respected German journalist Michael Schmidt. "But the team has nothing to do with Alfa Romeo except that the money comes from Italy. "F1 is doing itself no favours with these such things," the Auto Motor und Sport editor added. Indeed, Sauber Motorsport will continue to operate the team from...
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