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Had a feeling this might be the case when she was suddenly starting to appear in pit lane interviews. That's a good thing though I suppose, because prior to this Sauber were hardly seen at all. Anyway, most current team principals have backgrounds as either engineers or former drivers, whereas her background is in business law. I would have thought this made her better suited to work as CEO than team principal but who knows. There have been other successful team principals to come from a business background, and if I'm not mistaken that's how Stefano Domenicali started working for Ferrari to begin with.