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BMW Sauber were a constructor which competed in the Formula One World Championship between 2006 and 2009. The team emerged as a result of the purchase of the Sauber team by BMW in 2006.

The team scored one win and 16 podium finishes from 70 Grands Prix, and secured second place in the 2007 World Constructors Championship, behind Ferrari (McLaren would also have finished ahead of BMW Sauber, had they not been disqualified from the championship).

At the end of the 2009 season, the team was sold back to Peter Sauber, and reverted to the Sauber name in 2011.


Formula One World Championship summary[]

Year Team Car Tyres Engine Drivers WCC Results Test Drivers Report
2006 BMW Sauber F1 Team F1.06 M BMW P86 Germany Nick Heidfeld
Canada Jacques Villeneuve
Poland Robert Kubica
5th (36 pts) Robert Kubica
Sebastian Vettel
Marco Holzer
Report
2007 BMW Sauber F1 Team F1.07 B BMW P86/7 Germany Nick Heidfeld
Poland Robert Kubica
Germany Sebastian Vettel
2nd (101 pts) Sebastian Vettel
Timo Glock
Ho-Pin Tung
Report
2008 BMW Sauber F1 Team F1.08 B BMW P86/8 Germany Nick Heidfeld
Poland Robert Kubica
3rd (145 pts) Christian Klien
Marko Asmer
Report
2009 BMW Sauber F1 Team F1.09 B BMW P86/9 Germany Nick Heidfeld
Poland Robert Kubica
6th (36 pts) Christian Klien Report

Complete Formula One results[]

Main article: BMW Sauber/Results
v · t · e Teams and Drivers
2007 Teams and Drivers
Teams McLarenRenaultFerrariHondaBMW SauberToyotaRed BullWilliamsToro RossoSpykerSuper Aguri
Engines BMWFerrariHondaMercedesRenaultToyota
Drivers 1 Alonso • 2 Hamilton • 3 Fisichella • 4 Kovalainen • 5 Massa • 6 Räikkönen • 7 Button • 8 Barrichello • 9 Heidfeld • 10 Kubica/Vettel • 11 R. Schumacher • 12 Trulli • 14 Coulthard • 15 Webber • 16 Rosberg • 17 Wurz/Nakajima • 18 Liuzzi • 19 Speed/Vettel • 20 Sutil • 21 Albers/Winkelhock/Yamamoto • 22 Sato • 23 Davidson
Other Drivers AlbuquerqueAmmermüllerAndrettiAsmerBadoerBirdBourdaisBuemiChandhokChandhok
2008 Teams and Drivers
Teams FerrariBMW SauberRenaultWilliamsRed BullToyotaToro RossoHondaSuper AguriForce IndiaMcLaren
Engines MercedesRenaultFerrariBMWToyotaHonda
Race Drivers Räikkönen • 2 Massa • 3 Heidfeld • 4 Kubica • 5 Alonso • 6 Piquet, Jr • 7 Rosberg • 8 Nakajima • 9 Coulthard • 10 Webber • 11 Trulli • 12 Glock • 14 Bourdais • 15 Vettel • 16 Button • 17 Barrichello • 18 Sato • 19 Davidson • 20 Sutil • 21 Fisichella • 22 Hamilton • 23 Kovalainen
Other Drivers Badoer • Gené • Schumacher • Klien • Asmer • di Grassi • Grosjean • Yamamoto • Hülkenberg • Buemi • Kobayashi • Hartley • Wurz • Conway • Filippi • Liuzzi • Paffett • de la Rosa
2009 Teams and Drivers
Teams McLarenFerrariBMW SauberRenaultToyotaToro RossoRed BullWilliamsForce IndiaBrawn
Engines MercedesRenaultFerrariBMWToyota
Race Drivers Hamilton • 2 Kovalainen • 3 Massa • Badoer • 4 Räikkönen • 5 Kubica • 6 Heidfeld • 7 Alonso • 8 Piquet, Jr • 8 Grosjean • 9 Trulli • 10 Glock • 10 Kobayashi • 11 Bourdais • 11 Alguersuari • 12 Buemi • 14 Webber • 15 Vettel • 16 Rosberg • 17 Nakajima • 20 Sutil • 21/3 Fisichella • 21 Liuzzi • 22 Button • 23 Barrichello
Other Drivers Paffett • de la Rosa • Gené • Klien • di Grassi • Hartley • Coulthard • Hülkenberg • Davidson • Wurz
V T E BMW.svg BMW
Personnel
Willy Rampf · Peter Sauber · Mario Theissen
Drivers
East Germany Ernst Klodwig · France Marcel Balsa · Germany Günther Bechem · East Germany Rudolf Krause · Germany Nick Heidfeld · Poland Robert Kubica · Germany Sebastian Vettel · Canada Jacques Villeneuve
Cars (as Constructor)
Eigenbau · Special · 269
Cars (as Engine Supplier)
United Kingdom Frazer Nash (1952): 421
Germany AFM (1952–1953): 6
Germany Klenk (1954): Meteor
United Kingdom Lola (1967–1968): T100 · T102
United Kingdom Brabham (1982–1987): BT50 · BT52/BT52B · BT53 · BT54 · BT55 · BT56
Germany ATS (1983–1984): D6 · D7
United Kingdom Arrows (1984–1988)*: A7 · A8 · A9 · A10/A10B
United Kingdom Benetton (1986): B186
France Ligier (1987)*: JS29B/JS29C
United Kingdom Williams (2000–2005): FW22 · FW23 · FW24 · FW25 · FW26 · FW27
Germany BMW Sauber (2006–2009): F1.06 · F1.07 · F1.08 · F1.09
Full Results
BMW · BMW Sauber
* Indicates as BMW engines were re-badged as Megatron in 1987 and 1988.
V T E Sauber Logo 2010.png Sauber F1 Team
Former drivers
Ericsson · Leclerc · Wehrlein · Nasr · Hülkenberg · Pérez · Kobayashi · Kubica · Heidfeld · Räikkönen · more
Former Personnel
Frédéric Vasseur · Pascal Picci · Alex Sauber · Eric Gandelin · Timothée Guerin · Axel Kruse · Beat Zehnder
Engine Suppliers
Ilmor (1993) · Mercedes (1994) · Ford (1995-96) · Petronas (1997-2005) · Ferrari (2010-2018)
Cars
C12 · C13 · C14 · C15 · C16 · C17 · C18 · C19 · C20 · C21 · C22 · C23 · C24 · F1.06 · F1.07 · F1.08 · F1.09 · C29 · C30 · C31 · C32 · C33 · C34 · C35 · C36 · C37
See also
BMW Sauber · Alfa Romeo


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