BMW Sauber F1 Newswire (Page 12)

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  1. Rosenqvist to partner Heidfeld at Mahindra in season threeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2016 | Motorsport.com

    Felix Rosenqvist will partner Nick Heidfeld in the Mahindra team in season three of the FIA Formula E Championship, which begins in Hong Kong on October 9. Rosenqvist will replace Bruno Senna in the team and drive the #19 Mahindra M3ELECTRO. He will be seen publicly for the first time in the car at the official Donington Park Formula E test, which starts on Tuesday.

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  2. F1 2016 reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2016 | Eurogamer

    It's taken its sweet time, but Codemasters has finally got there. When the Southam outfit first announced it had secured the F1 deal in 2008 it was in a petrolhead pomp, high on the fumes of Grid and the excellent Dirt 2's acclaim and success.

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  3. F1 ACCESS11 Aug 2016 Steadying the ship at Sauber - exclusive Monisha Kaltenborn Q&ARead the original story

    Aug 11, 2016 | Formula1.com

    It's been a season of mixed fortunes for Sauber so far - on the track the team have struggled, and languish bottom of the standings, but off the track the Swiss stalwarts have gained much needed stability, with the arrival of new owners. So where do Sauber go from here, and how bright is the future? We sat down with team principal Monisha Kaltenborn to get the inside line Monisha Kaltenborn: Ha, Sauber is definitely not without Sauber.

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  4. Senna's Formula E future in doubt as Mahindra deal endsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2016 | Motorsport.com

    Bruno Senna's Formula E career could be coming to a close, as the Brazilian has admitted he may opt to concentrate on his FIA World Endurance Championship and McLaren GT3 commitments in 2017. The former Williams, Lotus and HRT F1 driver, has been a part of the Mahindra team since Formula E's inception, could bring to a close a single-seater career that stretches back to 2004.

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  5. McLaren in legal dispute with Mercedes over engineerRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2016 | Motorsport.com

    McLaren is taking legal action against Mercedes in a dispute over a key staff member that it claims had agreed to join the Woking-based team. effort to bolster its structure during its new era with Honda, the Woking-based has been on a recent recruitment drive this year.

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  6. F1: Hamilton takes commanding win in GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2016 | PitPass.com

    Remember how the summer holidays seemed to last forever, and then, about two weeks before they were due to end the signs began appearing in shop windows. And suddenly in one fell swoop you were no longer thinking of fun things rather those seemingly endless days in the classroom... history, geography... chemistry.

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  7. F1: German GP: Thursday Press ConferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2016 | PitPass.com

    Sebastian, let's start with you, if we may. News yesterday that Ferrari is replacing technical chief James Allison with Mattia Binotto.

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  8. Thursday Press ConferenceRead the original story

    Jul 28, 2016 | GrandPrix.com

    Sebastian VETTEL , Nico HULKENBERG , Pascal WEHRLEIN , Daniel RICCIARDO , Rio HARYANTO , Felipe NASR Q: Sebastian, let's start with you, if we may. News yesterday that Ferrari is replacing technical chief James Allison with Mattia Binotto.

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  9. Wide of the Marc column: Saddle up as a bright Tour de France future beckons for British ridersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2016 | Cambridge Evening News

    As he crossed the finish line in Paris on Sunday afternoon, arm in arm with his fellow Team Sky riders, Chris Froome cemented his place as not just one of Britain's greatest road racers of all time, but also as arguably the premier Tour de France rider of the modern era. The Kenya-born 31-year-old's third triumph in four years on the jewel in the crown of cycling's three Grand Tours places him in the company of such luminaries as Philippe Thys, Louison Bobet and Greg LeMond, and few would bet against him moving clear of that trio on the all-time winners list next year.

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  10. Rosberg takes pole in Hungarian GPRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2016 | Manila Bulletin

    Nico Rosberg of Mercedes will start from pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix, ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull. Rosberg's fourth pole position of the season - and 26th of his career - was confirmed later Saturday by officials after reviewing whether the overall leader had slowed down enough during a yellow flag situation.

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  11. Red Bull pair avoid demotionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2016 | Sky Sports

    Red Bull pair Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen will keep their places on the second row of the Hungarian GP grid after the Budapest stewards decided not to impose a strict interpretation of the 107% rule in qualifying. The Red Bull duo, along with Force India team-mates Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez and Williams' Valtteri Bottas, faced being demoted after failing to progress from a rain-affected Q1 session within 107% of the fastest time.

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  12. Hungarian Grand Prix: Nico Rosberg edges out Lewis Hamilton in qualifyingRead the original story

    Jul 23, 2016 | GantDaily.com

    Nico Rosberg pipped Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton at the last to claim pole position during a rain-hit qualifying session at the Hungarian Grand Prix Saturday. The German driver clocked a fastest lap of one minute 19.965 seconds on his final run after a slip-up by Fernando Alonso disrupted Hamilton's last charge on the drying Hungaroring track.

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  13. Rosberg takes pole for Hungarian GPRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2016 | Formula 1 Blog

    After two rain delays, qualifying did kick off in a soggy mess. The new asphalt may have smoothed the Hungaroring out and made for a better dry-weather experience but it wasn't the quickest at draining the water as there was standing pools and tricky conditions the drivers had to negotiate as Q1 started.

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  14. 2016 F1: Ericsson's backers have bought Sauber ?Read the original story

    Jul 21, 2016 | Paddock Talk

    Monisha Kaltenborn has declined to confirm or deny reports it is Marcus Ericsson's Swedish backers who have bought the Sauber team. The Swiss outfit announced on Wednesday that it will be fully acquired by a Swiss-based group called Longbow Finance, resulting in the retirement of founder Peter Sauber.

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  15. The Struggling Sauber F1 Team Is Someone Else's Problem NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 21, 2016 | Jalopnik

    The Sauber Formula One team has been struggling with cash for a while, most notably at the beginning of last year, when they contracted more drivers than they had seats because if two drivers' money is good, more drivers' cash must be better . So, to avoid that, a Swiss investment firm called Longbow Finance SA just bought the team.

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  16. Sauber is sold; Peter retiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 21, 2016 | Formula 1 Blog

    Sauber has been sold and Longbow Financial is the investment group that has bought it. It will close a long chapter on the racing life of Peter Sauber who saved his team from extinction a few years ago when BMW left the sport.

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  17. Ericsson's backers have bought SauberRead the original story

    Jul 21, 2016 | GrandPrix.com

    Monisha Kaltenborn has declined to confirm or deny reports it is Marcus Ericsson's Swedish backers who have bought the Sauber team. The Swiss outfit announced on Wednesday that it will be fully acquired by a Swiss-based group called Longbow Finance, resulting in the retirement of founder Peter Sauber.

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  18. F1: Swiss finance group acquires SauberRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 20, 2016 | PitPass.com

    The Sauber Group is pleased to announce the change of its ownership. Following the signing of the acquisition agreement with the current shareholders, Longbow Finance S.A. will fully acquire Sauber Holding AG which is the ultimate holding company of the Sauber Group.

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  19. Sauber have yet to score a point in the 2016 Formula One seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 20, 2016 | Bridgwater Mercury

    The future of the Sauber Formula One team has been secured following a takeover by a finance group based in Switzerland. The team, which originally entered F1 in 1993, currently sit bottom of the constructors' championship with neither Marcus Ericsson nor Felipe Nasr scoring a point so far this season.

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  20. Longbow Finance S.A. will acquire Sauber Holding AGRead the original story

    Jul 20, 2016 | Paddock Talk

    The Sauber Group is pleased to announce the change of its ownership. Following the signing of the acquisition agreement with the current shareholders, Longbow Finance S.A. will fully acquire Sauber Holding AG which is the ultimate holding company of the Sauber Group.

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