Sauber wrote on Twitter, their 2013 Formula 1 season machine C32 has passed FIA’s mandatory crash tests.
Sauber C31 was well performed in 2012 Formula 1 campaign, and also they took four podium finishes.
Sauber confirmed that the 2013 F1 car has already finished all the required tests and it will permit it to run from the start of pre-season testing on February.
“The C32 chassis and safety structures have passed their FIA safety tests, So, fully homologated and ready for winter testing (5. Feb).” said Sauber on Twitter.
Pre-season winter testing kicks off at the Jerez circuit on February 5.