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Wehrlein hopes for non-DTM alternative

Pascal Wehrlein says the "second way" of reaching Formula 1 will no longer be possible for any Mercedes-backed youngsters…

Sauber wants return to 2012 form - Wehrlein

Pascal Wehrlein says there is a "desire" within Sauber to return to its 2012-level of competitiveness, as it bids to climb back…

Wehrlein set for Austrian GP pit start

Pascal Wehrlein is poised to start the Austrian Grand Prix from the pit lane after Sauber was forced to change the engine in his…

Sauber pair downplay team boss vacancy

Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein have downplayed the absence of a Team Principal at Sauber, with Monisha Kaltenborn still yet…

Vandoorne: Impossible to pass Saubers

McLaren-Honda's Stoffel Vandoorne says it was "impossible" to pass Sauber pair Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein in Azerbaijan…

Ericsson allowed Wehrlein through for point

Marcus Ericsson has revealed that he accepted a team order from Sauber to allow Pascal Wehrlein through during the closing…

Motor racing-Sauber drivers stunned by Kaltenborn exit

BAKU, June 23 (Reuters) - Sauber drivers Pascal Wehrlein and Marcus Ericsson have admitted they were shocked to learn of the sudden departure of team principal Monisha Kaltenborn, the first woman to run a Formula One outfit, earlier this week.

Ericsson: Inequality rumours 'disrespectful'

Marcus Ericsson has labelled suggestions that he is receiving preferential treatment over Sauber team-mate Pascal Wehrlein as…

F1's first female team boss Kaltenborn quits Sauber

Sauber team principal and CEO Monisha Kaltenborn has stepped down after the Formula One team denied drivers Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein were not being treated equally.

Wehrlein to start from pit lane after crash

Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein will start the Canadian Grand Prix from the pit lane, having switched to a different specification…

Formula 1: Sauber's Pascal Wehrlein cleared to race after crash

Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein is cleared by doctors to race at next week's Canadian Grand Prix after hurting himself in a crash in Monaco.

Motor racing-Wehrlein cleared for Canada

LONDON, June 1 (Reuters) - Sauber Formula One driver Pascal Wehrlein has been cleared for next week's Canadian Grand Prix after medical tests following a crash in Monaco on Sunday.

Wehrlein given all-clear after Monaco crash

Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein has been given the all-clear to compete at the Canadian Grand Prix, following his nasty accident…

Pascal Wehrlein blasts Jenson Button for Monaco GP crash

Pascal Wehrlein hit out at Jenson Button for causing a 'scary' crash that left both cars out the Monaco Grand Prix. The duo had been battling on the Monte Carlo streets for most of the race.

Pascal Wehrlein's car ends up roof-first in wall at Monaco Grand Prix

The end result of contact between Pascal Wehrlein and Jenson Button. Pascal Wehrlein’s car ended up on its side against the outside wall in turn 8 after contact from Jenson Button in the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix. Wehrlein and Button were racing at the back of the pack throughout the whole race after they both pitted early. Show More Summary

Motor racing-Wehrlein to have scan after Monaco crash

MONACO, May 28 (Reuters) - Sauber's German driver Pascal Wehrlein, who missed the first two races of the Formula One season due to a back injury, will have another scan next week after crashing in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.

Wehrlein set for scans after 'scary' crash

Pascal Wehrlein has revealed that he will need to undergo scans following a "scary" collision with Jenson Button during Sunday…

Sauber had 'expected more' from practice

Pascal Wehrlein says Sauber had hoped to display greater pace, after finishing at the bottom of the timesheets during Thursday's…

Motor racing-Sauber end their points drought

BARCELONA, May 14 (Reuters) - Swiss-based Sauber ended their Formula One points drought on Sunday with Pascal Wehrlein finishing eighth in the Spanish Grand Prix for the team's first scoring finish of the season.

Wehrlein: Penalty better than staying out

Pascal Wehrlein says taking a penalty for cutting the pit lane entry bollard was more profitable than not stopping for fresh…

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