OCTOBER 4, 2013
Sauber confirms Ferrari deal for 2014
Sauber will stay Ferrari powered into F1's new turbo V6 era beginning next year.
Earlier on Friday, we reported the Swiss team is close to reaching a deal with its existing supplier of V8 engines.
"We had to resolve some issues," Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn had said, "and most of them have been settled now.
"So I think we will have an announcement soon."
Indeed, as evening fell in Yeongam, Sauber announced a new 'multi-year' Ferrari deal that will include the supply of gearboxes from 2014.
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FRIDAY PRESS CONFERENCE
FRIDAY TEAM QUOTES
LAUDA SAYS SCHUMACHER EXIT WAS BEST THING FOR MERCEDES
F1 TEAMS EXPECT 2014 CALENDAR TO BE TRIMMED
ARAGON LIKELY NEW VENUE FOR MCLAREN-PIRELLI TEST
PIRELLI STILL HAS NO TYRE DEAL WITH FIA
SAUBER CONFIRMS FERRARI DEAL FOR 2014
HEAVY DRIVERS PUSH FOR F1 RULE CHANGE
TORO ROSSO AN OPTION FOR MASSA
LAUDA NOT CONVINCED AMID RED BULL CHEAT RUMOURS
TEAM SWITCH WOULD STOP VETTEL BOOING
TYPHOON THREAT EASES IN KOREA
BAHRAIN TO BE TWILIGHT RACE IN 2014
SAUBER CLOSING ON 2014 FERRARI ENGINE DEAL
PRACTICE 2 RESULTS
PRACTICE 1 REPORT - AIR FORCE
PRACTICE 1 RESULTS