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    Motorsports: Simona de Silvestro gets her first F1 test at Fiorano [w/video]
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    The Formula One history books are hardly filled with female racing drivers. Maria Teresa de Felippis competed in a few grands prix in the late 1950s. Lella Lombardi remains the only woman to have scored championship points (albeit just a half of one when she finished sixth in the tragically ...

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    Official: Sauber stays hungry in F1 with new C31
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    Hunger is palpable in Formula One racing. The teams at the front are hungry for wins, while the teams at the back are hungry to claw their way up the field. But Sauber is just starving. The Switzerland-based privateer team owned and operated by Peter Sauber has been struggling to find financial ...

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    Sauber unveils new C30 Ferrari-powered F1 challenger
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    2011 Sauber-Ferrari C30 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Divorce can be particularly difficult on the children. Sauber found that out the hard way when BMW picked up and left at the end of 2009, leaving the team to fend for itself. With the Bavarian automaker's support, the Sauber ...

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    McLaren, Sauber move to sever ties with Mercedes, BMW
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    For the past several years – even more in the case of McLaren – Germany's automakers have been known around the Formula One paddock by their association with two of the sport's most established racing teams. But for the 2010 season, both Mercedes-Benz and BMW have dissolved their ...

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    Sauber launches a sober C29 for the 2010 F1 season
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    2010 BMW Sauber C29 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    There's no easy way to design and build a new F1 car, but the road to Valencia has been longer for the Sauber team than its competition. The team quite nearly missed the chance to race this year after BMW withdrew its support and ...

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    FIA gives Sauber the green light to fill Toyota's slot
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    After months in limbo, the FIA has released a short statement to announce that it has approved the Sauber F1 team – formerly owned by BMW – to fill Toyota's vacant spot on the grid for next year's F1 championship. The announcement puts an end to a long period of uncertainty for the ...

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