Sauber

YEARS ACTIVE
1993-2005, 2010-18
TYPE
Privateer
NATIONALITY
Switzerland
ASSOCIATED TEAMS
BMW Sauber
Alfa Romeo
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Started out in all black before switching to the blue of Red Bull in 1995 and adding Petronas turquoise in 1996. Turned white when bought by BMW in the late 2000s, and kept the colour scheme (with black subbed in for blue) in the early years of their return. Several dull liveries followed before a change again to blue, white and yellow; then a gorgeous metallic blue and gold in 2017. Finally took on Alfa Romeo branding in 2018 before being fully taken over the following year.

Posts About Sauber

Energy Drinks and F1: A Chequered History

November 2 2018

Sauber Unveil Previously-Unveiled Livery

February 21 2018

What to Expect in 2018

January 5 2018

Fantasy 2018 Grid – by Daniel Crossman

November 21 2017

Sauber Get 2017 Off To A Great Start

February 20 2017

The New Sauber Is Basically The Same As The Old Sauber But With A Few More Sponsors

February 29 2016

Red Bull’s New Livery Isn’t Great, But Is Better Than The Helmet Change Ban

March 4 2015

Quite Nice, Quite Boring Sauber Livery Characterises Team

January 30 2015

2014 Launch Roundup

January 28 2014

Sauber Nearly Get It Right

February 2 2013

WANTED: 1X BUCKET WHITE PAINT

February 6 2012

2011 Liveries: The Verdict!

March 14 2011

Sauber make us all look stupid

January 31 2011

2010 Liveries : The Verdict!

March 10 2010

Renault looks like a Renault; Sauber looks like a BMW

January 31 2010

2010 Livery Speculation

January 5 2010

The Top 25 F1 Liveries of All Time : #18

January 22 2008

Livery Sponsors

  • 2018 Alfa Romeo
  • 2017 None
  • 2016 Banco do Brasil
  • 2015 Banco do Brasil
  • 2014 Claro
  • 2013 Claro
  • 2012 Claro
  • 2011 Claro
  • 2010 Claro
  • 2005 Credit Suisse / Petronas
  • 2004 Petronas
  • 2003 Petronas
  • 2002 Petronas
  • 2001 Red Bull
  • 2000 Red Bull
  • 1999 Red Bull
  • 1998 Red Bull
  • 1997 Red Bull
  • 1996 Red Bull
  • 1995 Red Bull
  • 1994 Tissot / Broker
  • 1993 Liqui Moly
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