Sauber will launch their 2013 car, the Ferrari-powered C32, on Saturday Feb 2

Car will be revealed at the team's base in Hinwil, Switzerland

By William Esler.   Last Updated: 04/01/13 11:58am

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Sauber will launch their 2013 challenger, the C32, on Saturday 2nd February at the team's base in Hinwil.

The unveiling will come just three days before the first of three pre-season tests takes place at the Jerez circuit in Spain.

The Swiss team, who retain their Ferrari engines for a fourth season, head into 2013 with a completely new driver line-up.

Nico Hulkenberg, who joins from Force India, will lead the team, whilst young Mexican Esteban Gutierrez embarks on his first season in F1 having been groomed by the team since 2010.

Confirmed 2013 launch dates
McLaren - January 31st, venue to be confirmed.
Force India - February 1st, Silverstone.
Sauber - February 2nd, Hinwil.

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