F1 » Sauber still pushing despite problems

Sauber is looking for an improvement ahead of the summer break, after suffering a sorry start to 2013.

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July 08, 2013 2:19 AM

It's really simple.. As Amigo said, they should be ahead of STR if they had atleast retained one driver from last year. Lack of continuuity means they have no real idea how this car compares to last years and where they've gone wrong.

I'm not sure why they signed Hulkenberg, unless there was some financial benefit or backroom deal with Ferrari. Because despite the media love over Hulkenberg, he isn't miles ahead of Kobayashi.

I can understand why they brought Gutierrez in considering they're struggling for money, but I still think they made a mistake as he lacks the development/maturity to help Sauber in the championship.

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