F1 » Sauber 'hasn't forgotten how to build good cars'


F1's fourth-oldest team puts early season success down to 20 years' experience of racing in the top flight.


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blzbub

April 04, 2012 9:26 AM

Ferrari is planning to follow Sauber's lead when the first major development of the disappointing F2012 car is unveiled soon.
"No doubt about it," Fernando Alonso said after winning the Malaysian grand prix, "they (Sauber) were quicker than us."
The Italian magazine Autosprint have mischievously christened the updated Ferrari a 'Ferrauber', explaining that the rear of the 'B' F2012 will be very similar to Sauber's impressive C31
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