F1 » New Sauber passes mandatory crash test

Sauber confirms that the new C32 has passed its mandatory FIA crash tests ahead of the 2013 F1 season

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December 13, 2012 8:44 AM

The Sauber C32 chassis having passed the FIA mandatory test so soon goes to show what I said over here namely that teams that have a good chassis will not waste any resources on a new design for just 2013, the teams that doesn't have a good chassis will either have to race the same design or design a new chassis and suffer lack of resources for 2014.

Arrows - Unregistered

December 16, 2012 3:23 PM

Kaltenborn has been involved in F1 with Sauber since the mid 90s at least, she has the experience and know how. Peter Sauber is an intelligent man, im sure he wouldnt have given her the reigns if she wasnt up to the job. The thing that kills Sauber is that they have always had to operate on a much smaller budget than the front running teams, yet they have succeeded where many other teams who also didnt have the finances of the F1 elite failed.

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