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Sauber to launch ahead of Jerez F1 test

Sauber will launch its 2014 F1 car ahead of the Jerez test with an online presentation
Sauber has become the latest team to announce its launch plans ahead of the 2014 F1 season.

As with rivals McLaren and Ferrari, the Swiss team will carry out on online launch prior to the opening test of the year at Jerez, with the wraps being taken off the C33 on Sunday 26 January.

Images of the new car will be released via Sauber's media website while a series of interviews with team personnel – including drivers Adrian Sutil and Esteban Gutierrez will be made available through the team's YouTube channel.

Mercedes, Caterham and Red Bull have all announced that they will show their new cars for the first time ahead of the opening day of running at Jerez.

F1 2014 Launch Dates:

McLaren 24 January Online launch
Ferrari 25 January Online launch
Sauber 26 January Online launch
Mercedes 28 January Jerez, Spain
Caterham 28 Janaury Jerez, Spain
Red Bull 28 January Jerez, Spain

F1 2014 Winter tests:

Jerez test 28-31 January
Bahrain test 1 19-22 February
Bahrain test 2 27 February-2 March


Tagged as: launch , Sauber , 2014 , C33

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