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Personally I rather like Sauber as a team, but it sometimes annoys me how deeply conservative they are. First they willingly played 2nd fiddle to Ferrari for years (and arguably still do *cough* Malaysia *cough* and possibly *cough* Hulkenberg *cough*. Now added to that they've signed the decision making over to Carlos Slim to secure his dough...at the expense of a lesser driver than the one they had. It means they're still here and that almost every year they manage to get a podium...it also means they haven't won a race yet (except with BMW).
I always like to compare it to Jordan (started about the same time), who has left obviously, but did win three races. In 2001 Sauber finished 4th and sold Raikkonen to McLaren. Good business, sure...but would Jordan have kept him on and made a play for the big leagues with Raikkonen on board to break into championships contention?
I want Sauber to do something like that...take a risk for a change, I think they're good enough to succee