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Sauber F1 launches the C35-Ferrari for 2016 F1

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2016 F1 Sauber C35 Ferrari

2016 F1 Sauber C35 Ferrari

The Sauber F1 team has become the ultimate team to launches their 2016 F1 car as they published images of the C35-Ferrari earlier today ahead of second and final round of pre-season testing at Barcelona which starts tomorrow.

For the Sauber F1 Team 2016 marks the 24th season in Formula One. The squad based in Hinwil in the Zürcher Oberland, after Ferrari, Williams and McLaren, is the fourth-oldest team among the currently existing brand names. In the 2016 FIA Formula One World Championship the Sauber F1 Team will again be competing with drivers Marcus Ericsson (SE, 25) and Felipe Nasr (BR, 23).

Sauber F1 launches the C35-Ferrari for 2016 F1

Sauber F1 launches the C35-Ferrari for 2016 F1

Team principal Monisha Kaltenborn’s aims can initially be put in a nutshell: “We want to clearly improve.” The team principal goes on to explain: “Obviously, there’s a certain position we’d like to achieve. But, to start with, it’s important to become established in mid-field. Only then are we going to focus on individual positions.”

Sauber F1 launches the C35-Ferrari

Sauber F1 launches the C35-Ferrari

With respect to the drivers, Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr, Monisha Kaltenborn says: “Both delivered a good, first season for us. Speaking for Marcus and Felipe is the fact that they made only few mistakes. And that they learnt from these mistakes. Now they’ll have to show how they’re going to keep working on their skills following the experience they’ve gained.”

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