Sauber says points "still possible" despite Australia miss

The Swiss team’s C36 was the slowest car in the Melbourne opener, with Marcus Ericsson 3.2s off the pace in Q2 and newcomer Antonio Giovinazzi lapped twice on his way to 12th in the race.
Sauber is running a year-old Ferrari engine in 2017 and had identified the usual attrition-hit season opener as a great opportunity to score points, but Kaltenborn believes it will not be its only … Keep reading
Source: Motorsport.com

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