F1 » Pérez to race new Sauber chassis in Shanghai

Sergio Pérez will race a new Sauber C30 chassis in this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai, following the damage sustained in a freak incident in Malaysia last Sunday.

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April 14, 2011 11:14 AM

@Fletcher, in a word, no. if the cars only had to be overweight at the start, they wold have full tanks of fuel. they could well end up wieghing less than 500kg at the end of the race, and that would make them far too fast

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