F1 » Sauber hit by double retirement in Montreal


Sauber left Canada with two broken cars and nothing to show for their pains, after Nico Hülkenberg and Esteban Gutiérrez had a weekend to forget in Montreal.

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Amigo

June 10, 2013 2:58 PM

I don't think 2013 Sauber car performance is poor rather than its drivers couldn't score the points.
I'll excuse to Rookie Mexican but I can't excuse Hulkenberg for fail to score points.
Sauber team has to take responsible for it drivers line up.
Kobayashi will score points in most of races if he was driving for Sauber this year. Now Sauber will be lost prize money from ranking.

LJ

June 11, 2013 3:42 AM

As they say.. Karma is a beech =). This is what you get for dumping Kobayashi for the grass is greener Hulkenberg and paydriver Guti. I don't know how much of the decision was down to Kaltenborn, but I think the success of the 2012 car went to Peter Saubers head when he decided to step down as TP. PS is a great man, but the boots have not been filled.

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