F1 » Sauber aiming for 'regular points finishes' with C30

Following a troubled 2010 campaign both financially and out on-track, Sauber is bidding to bite back in F1 2011 with its new Ferrari-powered C30 - and regular points finishes are the goal

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Dean Dean

January 31, 2011 11:06 PM

No wonder Mexico is third world...every good penny they have is spent propping up this guys career.. the rest, salted away into telecoms, has amazingly found its way on to guess what...the car he drives, you really couldn't make this up lol.

MG - Unregistered

February 01, 2011 12:50 AM

Man.. i was hoping for a white-blue-grey color scheme. It would look really cool. Anyway, car scheme looks exactly like last year but with more sponsor...


February 01, 2011 6:24 AM

I would love to see Sauber be one of the top mid-field teams (able to challenge Lotus Renault and Williams) on a regular basis. Perhaps even 1 or 2 podium finishes would really boost the team both in profile and morale.

I fear though in the design. James Key did come from FIF1 and look how far they have gone when he was there. While the 2nd half of 2010 did improve, perhaps through Key when he came on, I'm not sure how much he will have helped improve the car this year. I hope I am proven wrong. Good luck Team Sauber.

Konrad - Unregistered

February 01, 2011 9:38 AM

I believe in James Key. He did an amazing job at Force India. Now at Sauber he has a way better infrastructure. This car could well be upper midfield.
At the moment the car looks kind of simplistic.... "A good base to build on".... they better build on it quickly :D

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