Sauber F1 team announced that they are set to launch their 2013 machine on 2 February. Last month the team confirmed that the 2013 F1 car had passed all of its FIA crash tests and was ready for pre-season testing on February.
Hinwil based F1 squad said the Ferrari-powered 2013 C32 will be presented to the public in Hinwil, Switzerland.
Force India and McLaren previously set their launching date. Silverstone based F1 squad turn into the first outfit to confirm their 2013 F1 car launch date, the Silverstone based squad to reveal its 2013 machine at Silverstone on February 1.
McLaren have announced that Mercedes-powered 2013 challenging machine MP4-28 will launch on January 31 in the UK (presently not mentioned the launching location in the United Kingdom).
“The Sauber F1 Team have built on the strong foundations laid down during the 2012 season and, following a winter of hard work, we are nearly ready to present our new car,” the press release read.
The Swiss outfit’s drive line-up for this season, with former Nico Hulkenberg and F1 rookie Esteban Gutierrez replacing Sergio Perez and Kamui Kobayashi.