Wind tunnels are way more complicated than one would think, but here's Willem Toet, Sauber F1's Head of Aerodynamics explaining how you should build one if you want to avoid generating earthquakes while testing.
Sauber's plan for 2013 was pretty simple when it come to the question of the C32: They wanted to give good old evolution a go in order to make the new car score more than last season, when the team racked up four podium finishes and the sixth place in the championship.
A few months back Sauber F1 showed off an F1 car cut in half. That project took two years, but they didn't have the rights to show off the BMW drivetrain. Now they do.
It took the Sauber team two years to complete this, the first complete dissection of an F1 car. The results are absolutely fascinating.
A test driver turned racer, Kobayashi drove in great style for two races until Toyota quit F1. He’s back for 2010, driving for new team Sauber.
You can tell it's getting into riding season now as BMW Motorrad is picking up steam in its promo activities. They're dropping BMW Sauber F1 Team driver Nick Heidfeld onto a spankin' new BMW HP2 Megamoto for some cross corporate shilling. We've been enjoying the twin delights of two-wheeled transport and 50+ MPG fuel…
BMW thought it would be a good idea to bring out the new Sauber F1 car for a bit of fun at the BMW plant in Munich. Why not halt ze making of ze Bimmers for a few minutes and give the 5,000 or so workers a little entertainment? Well, we can think of a reason. BMW's driver Nick Heidfeld zooms down the strasse and does…