The Swiss company based in Baar, Switzerland, Sika will be supporting the BMW Sauber F1 Team as a Promotional Supplier from 2008. Sika is a speciality chemicals company well known to BMW and already involved in other motor sport projects run by the group.
Sika will be appearing as the Official Partner of the Formula BMW World Final 2007, which takes place this weekend in Valencia, Spain. Their involvement in the event provides the ideal context in which to announce their role as (...) > Full story
The BMW Sauber F1.08 will be unveiled to the public in Munich, Germany on January 14, at BMW Welt, the new BMW vehicle delivery centre, in the presence of drivers Nick Heidfeld and Robert Kubica, BMW Motors
port Director Mario Theissen, technical director Willy Ram
pf and Peter Sauber. The F1.08 will then get its first track outing in Valencia, Spain on January 15.
The squad is hoping that the new machine will allow them to build on their impressive 2007 season, which saw them finish (...) > Full story
BMW Sauber F1.07 – a cast of experts - Time was of the essence in the development of the F1.06, the first car developed by the BMW Sauber F1 Team. Indeed, BMW only took the decision to purchase a majority stake in the Sauber team in June 2005. The components already in the midst of a lengthy development period (the chassis, engine and transmission) were moulded into an overall package – and with notable success, as the results over the course of the season just gone can testify. However, the (...) > Full story
Bmw Sauber confirmed the fact that they will continue to collaborate with their current drivers,Nick Heidfeld and Robert Kubica,in the 2008 season.
This means that it will be the 3rd season for the German driver Nick Heidfeld. Kubica made his debut at Bmw in August last year, being one the brightest talent in the 2007 season, after the big surprise Lewis Hamilton.
Heidfeld said that his wish to continue driving for Bmw Sauber came true.The German driver completed his declaration by saying (...) > Full story
Bmw Sauber made everyone a big surprise in the practice session at the European Gran Prix. Nick Heidfeld pushed his car to its limits and finished with few 10th of a second(1m 32.975s) behind Kimi Raikkonen (1m 32.751s) ,Fernando Alonso(1m 32.932s) and Lewis Hamilton(1m 32.515s).
Robert Kubica, the other driver from Bmw Sauber overtook Felipe Massa and finished on the 5th(1m 33.205s) repectively 6th(1m 33.605s) place.Ralf Schumacher followed them in his Toyota monopost, leaving behind (...) > Full story
For the first time since 1994, this season features a single Formula One race held in Germany - and it’s entitled the "European Grand Prix" to boot. BMW and Nick Heidfeld are looking forward to their home race on the Nürburgring, and Robert Kubica is also confident of a good result for the BMW Sauber F1 Team in the Eifel on 22nd July.
While full concentration on the job is on the agenda in the actual pit lane, fans in the BMW Sauber F1 Team Pit Lane Park will have an opportunity to put (...) > Full story
After the high-speed collision he had at Montreal, Bmw’s driver Robert Kubica is ready to race.The driver had a medical test at Magny-Cours wich he successfully pass it.
The 22 year old driver sat out the last round at Indianapolis as doctors told him it would be unwise to drive again so soon after his terrible collision.
Kubica proudly told the reporters that now he is 100% recovered and he can hardly wait to get back in the driver seat of his Bmw monopost.He is currently on the 7th place (...) > Full story