F1: Ericsson proud of role in Sauber F1 revival from ‘rock-bottom’

The Alfa Romeo-backed Sauber team enjoyed vast improvement in 2018 as it moved up from the bottom of the constructors’ championship to eighth place thanks to its 48-point haul scored by drivers Ericsson and Ferrari-bound Charles Leclerc.
Ericsson joined Sauber from Caterham in 2015 but following a promising start, a lack of development amid off-track financial issues resulted in the Swiss squad slipping towards the bottom of F1’s pecking order until it received fresh investment and closer ties to Ferrari last year.
Ericsson: “I’m still proud of what I’ve done and I feel I’ve been very much part of what the team has become today.”

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