The centrepiece of Sauber's new package for Singapore is a short nose, the respected Swiss correspondent Roger Benoit claims. The struggling Swiss team has rarely updated its 2015 car this year, but a major aerodynamic package will be raced by Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson in Singapore this weekend.
Benoit, writing in the Blick newspaper, said the most obvious change will be the disappearance of the long "duckbill" nose, replaced by a shorter one. "Our goal is to get the maximum out of this innovation," said Swede Ericsson. (GMM)
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