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Sauber, which will become the Audi Formula 1 team in 2026, has dismissed rumours casting doubt on the manufacturer’s commitment to the series.
Zhou Guanyu will remain alongside Valtteri Bottas at the team currently known as Alfa Romeo in 2024. Theo Pourchaire will be their reserve driver.
Alfa Romeo has announced the return of James Key to the team as its new technical director following his departure from McLaren.
Andreas Seidl will have a more limited trackside presence this season having taken over as CEO of Sauber, the operating company of Alfa Romeo’s Formula 1 team.
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German car manufacturer Audi has purchased a minority stake in Sauber, the Formula 1 team has confirmed.
The Sauber team, which competes in Formula 1 as Alfa Romeo, have appointed managing director Alessandro Alunni Bravi into the new role of team representative.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown says they resisted the temptation to “play the gardening leave card” and delay Andreas Seidl’s move to Sauber.
Andreas Seidl has departed as McLaren team principal to become Sauber’s CEO, with Andrea Stella taking his place.
Valtteri Bottas sees “big potential” from the recently-announced tie-up between Audi and Sauber, which will begin in 2026.
Audi has announced which Formula 1 team it will supply power units to when it enters the world championship in 2026.
Alfa Romeo have confirmed they will end their partnership with Sauber, which runs their Formula 1 team, at the conclusion of the 2023 season.
IndyCar race-winner Colton Herta hasn’t given up hope he may race in Formula 1 one day after a potential chance to join the series through Andretti last year failed to materialise.
CART Indycar champion and former Formula 1 driver Michael Andretti is understood to be pursuing a takeover of Sauber, which runs Alfa Romeo’s team.
Sauber’s junior driver Theo Pourchaire made his Formula 1 test debut with the team at the Hungaroring yesterday.
Sauber will continue to run Alfa Romeo branding on their cars for the coming seasons in a new agreement announced today.
Juan Manuel Correa has returned to Sauber’s young driver academy, almost two years on from the horrific crash which cut short his progress through the junior formulae.
The emergence of a major new player in the automotive world means Sauber’s coming deal extension with Ferrari doesn’t necessarily guarantee its Alfa Romeo branding will remain.
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