F1 gossip: Verstappen, Renault, Williams, Massa, Sauber

Monday, 11 SeptemberRed Bull's Max Verstappen still needs to prove himself as his only grand prix win so far came with a "lot of luck", according to former F1 driver Jochen Mass. (Planet F1)Williams will put talks over their driver line-up for 2018 on hold as they concentrate on trying

Team boss Kaltenborn leaves Sauber

Sauber have parted company with team principal Monisha Kaltenborn, according to sources close to the Swiss Formula One team.Kaltenborn has been team boss of Sauber since 2012, when she was given the role by founder Peter Sauber.The 46-year-old, Formula 1's first and only female team boss, was in disagreement with

Bahrain Grand Prix: Pascal Wehrlein returns to drive for Sauber after injury

Bahrian Grand Prix on the BBCDates: 14-16 Apr Venue: Bahrain International CircuitCoverage: Practice, qualifying and race on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra (second practice online only). Live text commentary, leaderboard and imagery on BBC Sport website and app.Pascal Wehrlein will return for Sauber at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.The

Pascal Wehrlein: Sauber driver passed fit for final pre-season F1 test

Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein has been passed fit to drive in this week's final pre-season test in Barcelona.The German missed last week's first test because he had not recovered from a back injury sustained in a crash at January's Race of Champions.A statement from the Swiss team said Wehrlein, 22,

Calderon signs as Sauber development driver

Colombia's Tatiana Calderon will be Sauber's development driver in Formula 1 this year.The deal means Calderon, who finished 21st in the GP3 feeder category last year, will spend time in Sauber's simulator and with the team at races.The 23-year-old will race in GP3 for a second season in 2017.Team principal

Sauber: New car unveiled for 2017 season

Sauber are the first Formula 1 team to reveal their new car for 2017. The C36 gives the first indications of how teams will approach the major rule changes introduced this year aimed at creating faster, more dramatic cars.The Swiss team, who finished 10th of 11 teams last season, have