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The first car to be fully designed and built at Caterham’s Leafield Technical Centre
On its website (www.sauberf1team.com) the Sauber F1 Team today presents the new Sauber C33-Ferrari with which its two drivers, Esteban Gutiérrez (MX, 22) and Adrian Sutil (DE, 31), will be lining up on the grid for the start of the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship.
Pirelli will continue to determine the specification of the tyres
Following a decision by the World Motor Sport Council confirming Pirelli’s status as the single supplier of tyres to the FIA Formula One World Championship, Pirelli and the FIA have renewed their Formula One tyre supply contract. The duration of the agreement is for three years, starting from the 2014 season.
Paris Air Show at Le Bourget
For 2013, the Oris logo will feature on the cars’ front wing and cockpit shoulders
The Williams F1 Team (Ticker: WGF1) is pleased to announce that its long-term Official Watch Partner, Oris, has again renewed and upgraded its sponsorship of the team ahead of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship.
“We’re getting stronger all the time.” – Monisha Kaltenborn
Three podium places and a front-row grid position are the highlights for the Sauber F1 Team after 13 out of 20 races in the FIA Formula One World Championship 2012. Last weekend’s Italian Grand Prix saw the team reach the 100-point mark – that’s already 56 more than their total for the whole of the 2011 season.
Faster, better, smarter.
The mantra is oft-repeated in operations meetings for the Grand Prix of America at Port Imperial. With a planned Formula One World Championship race in Weehawken and West New York, N.J., in June 2013, everyone involved knows the challenge of creating a major international event. Dennis Robinson, chief operations officer, was part of the team that attracted the 2014 Super Bowl to New Jersey. Now he’s building a bigger event.
“It is certainly a beautiful Lusitanian achievement and it makes us very proud to be Portuguese!”
At the invitation of Tiago Monteiro and José Guedes, the Vice President of Renault, Carlos Antunes Tavares, paid a private visit to the Portuguese team’s facilities in Valongo, Oceanational Motor SA. The Ocean Racing Technology team takes part in the GP2 and GP3 Championship Series, both of which feed into the FIA Formula One World Championship.