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'Sauber eye points everywhere'
Marcus Ericsson believes Sauber have the pace to target points at every grand prix in 2015 following their big step forward over the winter.
Sauber: Points a huge boost
Sauber chief Monisha Kaltenborn believes their double points finish in the season-opening Australian GP will act as a timely motivation boost to the beleaguered team, as they ended the most turbulent of weeks on an unexpected high.
Sauber reveal the C34
Sauber have unveiled their new car, the C34,- with a radical new paint job - as they aim to rebound from the worst season in their two-decade history.
Ericsson severs Caterham ties
Marcus Ericsson has cut his ties with the Caterham F1 Team with immediate effect.
Caterham using crowdfunding
Caterham are launching an ambitious crowdfunding project in an attempt to help rescue the team, which is currently in administration.
Ericsson joins Sauber for 2015
Marcus Ericsson has joined Sauber for the 2015 season – although it remains unclear whether he has been recruited as a replacement for Adrian Sutil or Esteban Gutierrez.
Two-week deadline for Caterham
Caterham’s administrators have said the team will probably be wound up in the next two weeks unless a buyer can be found.
Ericsson: I didn't see it coming
Marcus Ericsson has admitted that he was caught unawares when Caterham went into administration last week.
Fernandes: No room for small teams
Tony Fernandes says there’ll never be room for small teams like Caterham in F1 unless there’s a reduction in spending throughout the grid.
Caterham excused US, Brazilian GPs
Caterham have been given permission to miss the upcoming two races in Austin and Brazil while a buyer is sought for the cash-strapped team.
Caterham: Administrator 'reaching out'
The administrator handed responsibility for the Caterham F1 team has said he is doing all he can to ensure their survival.
Caterham: No big drama
Caterham team boss Manfredi Ravetto was finally able to give their side of the story on Friday, when he arrived in Japan after the raid by bailiffs on their factory.
Caterham still preparing to race
Caterham say they're still preparing to race at the Japanese GP this weekend, even though bailiffs seized goods at their Leafield factory on Wednesday.
Drivers ready for radio rules
Formula 1’s drivers are braced for an increase in their workload in the cockpit in Singapore following the clampdown on team radio, but are confident they will quickly adjust to the new restrictions.
Albers quits Caterham
Christijan Albers has resigned as Caterham's Team Principal – just two months after arriving at the team as part of the Leafield outfit's takeover by unknown Swiss and Middle Eastern investors.
New owners at Caterham
Caterham ended speculation about Tony Fernandes' ownership of the team on Wednesday when they confirmed that he has sold it to a consortium of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors.
Fernandes not selling Caterham
Caterham owner Tony Fernandes has denied that his group of companies, which includes the F1 team, is up for sale but said it is seeking new investment.
Caterham play down Haas talk
With Tony Fernandes reportedly looking to sell Caterham, team boss Cyril Abiteboul has denied the suggestion that the Leafield team would make a suitable target for Gene Haas.
Ericsson to start from pits
Marcus Ericsson will start Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix from the pitlane after being found guilty of 'recklessly' colliding with Felipe Massa during qualifying.
Technical shake-up at Caterham
Caterham announced on Saturday that Technical Director Mark Smith has left the team 'with immediate effect'.