Sauber "very surprised" by Giovinazzi F1 debut performance
The Italian driver was drafted in by Sauber on Saturday morning after Pascal Wehrlein reported fitness concerns following Friday’s practice sessions.
Ferrari third driver Giovinazzi, who stood in for Wehrlein at Sauber for the first Barcelona test, qualified 16th and finished his first F1 race in 12th.
Kaltenborn said Sauber did not set Giovinazzi expectations beyond ensuring he “did … Keep reading
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