How Sauber is turning the corner
Sauber had a disastrous start to the season, but recently things have started looking up. Edd Straw talked to the team's new technical director James Key about the turnaround
A 12th place and a DNF in the Spanish Grand Prix was, on paper, par for the course for Sauber. Hotly-tipped to be strong points contenders this year by many - AUTOSPORT included - the first four races were a disaster for the Swiss ex-BMW team.
But look a little closer at the Spain performance, with Kobayashi qualifying 10th and team-mate Pedro de la Rosa only missing out on Q3 because of a small error on his final Q2 lap, and there are signs that Sauber is on the up again.
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