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Sauber’s 2016-Spec Ferrari Engine Deal Will Leave Them at Back of 2017 F1 Grid

After managing to live from race weekend to race weekend in the first half of 2016, Sauber's Formula One future has looked much brighter in recent months. Longbow Finance's rescue act ahead of July's Hungarian Grand Prix, which supposedly secured Sauber's place on the grid for the long term, provided a cushion for a team who had been stuck in survival mode for several years. Simply without the funds to improve the underperforming C35 chassis in the opening phase of the year, a range of aerodynamic updates—from new front and rear wings to a revised floor—finally found their way onto the car at the halfway stage as the team joined the development race. Having lost a number of high-profile staff members along the way, Sa...

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