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I think he's absolutely right. Back then they had BMW investing big bucks in the team, now they are not only an independent team using use customer engines, they have also had to fight back from all the hardships caused by BMW ditching them on short notice and taking most of the sponsors with them. Very well done to Sauber! It really is nice to see proper privateer teams like Sauber and Williams challenging again this season!