Formula One made in Switzerland: Unveiling of Sauber’s newest racing car

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The FIA Formula One World Championship 2013 will launch its 64th campaign with the Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park on 17th March, 2013 while the season finishes in Brazil on 24th November, the same year. Eight action-packed and thrilling months in which drivers and their teams can demonstrate their skills during the course of 20 Grand Prix aiming at being crowned World Driver’s and World Constructors’ Champions at the end of the season. A small, yet competitive Swiss Formula One team is striving precisely for this glory. The Sauber Motorsport AG is based in Hinwil, a village roughly 30km away from Zurich with around 11 000 inhabitants , and is going to reveal its new Formula One car at the beginning of February 2013 to selected media representatives.

It is one of those special moments which officials, technicians, drivers and all the people involved in the development and production are longing for: the unveiling of their team-effort, their passion. The Sauber F1 team will present their newest Formula One car whose exact specification is defined as ‘Sauber C32-Ferrari’. The climax of the 45 minute event, will see the team’s two main drivers, Nico Hülkenberg (GER) and Esteban Gutiérrez (MEX), pull back the covers on Sauber Motorsport AG’s super car in Hinwil on 2nd February, 2013.

Sauber C32-Ferrari

The media event will allow  invited media representatives to listen to the technical details of the Sauber C32-Ferrari via Chief Designer Matt Morris. Moreover, two interview sessions are scheduled including one with Monisha Kaltenborn, Team Principal Sauber F1 Team, and the second with the official driver team consisting of the main duo, Nico Hülkenberg and Esteban Gutiérrez. The photo session will also include reserve driver Robin Frijns (NED). A Question & Answer session will be the last part of the unveiling ceremony.

by Philipp Rohrbach (Marketing/Communications/Events/Sports) for Geneva Business News

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