F1 » PICS: Sauber C32 revealed


View pictures from the launch of the Sauber C32

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Buck Bundy

February 02, 2013 12:14 PM

Stepped noses weren't banned, just an optional bit of trim allowed to cover them up.

I think this looks great, despite the stepped nose, though might be difficult to distinguish from the McLarens from some angles. Thank god the tail is a different colour!

DJ from TJ - Unregistered

February 02, 2013 7:08 PM

Well, even though I like the car livery I have to admit that there's one too many teams with silver livery, Mclaren, Mercedez and now Sauber, but oh well...
I hope to get a nice surprice from Gutierrez, I just don't think he's ready but hope he proves me wrong "Godsh that neck is massive for that skinny body". As for Nico, its time for him to consistenly show some front running pace and not some flashes of brilliance come Brazil... Can't wait for racing to start!!!!!

Owen Hamilton - Unregistered

February 02, 2013 7:42 PM

Was the Chelsea FC sponsorship a one time deal as I don't see the Chelsea logo on the car, personally I don't think F1 and football go together so I think it's a good thing if the deal has ended.

Senna forever

February 02, 2013 8:34 PM

it would be good if they can do a full season with a competitive car, in the past they always start strong but seem to fade as the races roll by, I get the feeling that if they have a couple of bad results they start to focus more effort to the next years car and cut back on developing the current car, I could be wrong but it's just how I see it

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