Sauber reveals new silver look for 2013 F1 season

  • Saturday 2nd February, 2013 11:57pm
  • Author: SpeedCafe ©
The Sauber C32

The Sauber C32

Sauber has taken the covers off its C32, revealing a silver livery for the 2013 Formula 1 World Championship.

Revealed at an event at its Hinwil headquarters in Switzerland, the new colours will represent a new driver line-up, with Nico Hulkenberg and promoted test driver Esteban Gutierrez replacing the competitive duo of Sergio Perez and Kamui Kobayashi.

Perez and Kobayashi produced a stellar 2012 season, taking four podiums, finishing sixth in the Constructor’s Championship and putting Perez in a position to secure the plum drive at McLaren.

The Ferrari-powered Sauber C32 is said to be an evolution of the successful 2012 chassis, according to team boss Monisha Kaltenborn.

“I’m very excited, but also a little tense,” she said at the launch.

“The aim is very clear and simple: we want to continue to improve ourselves.

“The Sauber C32 is based on its predecessor, which was a very competitive car.

“It had a lot of strengths and some weaknesses, and our engineers have worked to build on those strengths and eliminate the weaknesses.”

Here is the video from the launch

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