New Sauber F1 car will be "very different"
The Swiss squad finished 2015 in eighth position in the constructors’ championship with 36 points, one year on after failing to score a single point in its worst season to date.
Despite improving this year, the Hinwil-based outfit could not match the development rate of its rivals due to its finances, something Nasr admits has held Sauber back.
That is why the Brazilian reckons it is … Keep reading
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