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The BMW Sauber F1.09 was a car that BMW Sauber competed in the 2009 Formula One season. It was driven by Nick Heidfeld and Robert Kubica.

The F1.09 was a disappointment for the team, being less competitive than its predecessor, the F1.08. Despite a promising start to the season at the Australian Grand Prix, Kubica lost out on a possible second place after colliding with Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel some laps before the race ended.

Heidfeld and Kubica scored two podiums during the season, with Heidfeld scoring one at Sepang and Kubica at Interlagos.

The team fell down to a sixth place in the Constructors' Championship. After the season, BMW announced that 2009 would be their last season in Formula One.

Results[]

Complete Formula One Results
Year Driver Tyre 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
2009 Flag of Australia.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of China.svg Flag of Bahrain.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Turkey.svg Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Europe.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Singapore.svg Flag of Japan.svg Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg
Poland Kubica M 14th Ret 13th 18th 11th Ret 7th 13th 14th 13th 8th 4th Ret 8th 9th 2nd 10th 36 6th
Germany Heidfeld 10th 2nd 12th 19th 7th 11th 11th 15th 10th 11th 11th 5th 7th Ret 6th Ret 5th

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V T E 2009 Formula One Season
Teams McLaren • Ferrari • BMW Sauber • Renault • Toyota • Toro Rosso • Red Bull • Williams • Force India • Brawn
Engines BMW • Ferrari • Mercedes • Renault • Toyota
Drivers Hamilton • 2 Kovalainen • 3 Massa • 3 Badoer • 3 Fisichella • 4 Räikkönen • 5 Kubica • 6 Heidfeld • 7 Alonso • 8 Piquet • 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 Fisichella • 21 Liuzzi • 22 Button • 23 Barrichello
Other Drivers De la Rosa • Paffett • Turvey • Gené • Schumacher • Bianchi • Lopez • Zampieri • Zipoli • Klien • Rossi • Gutiérrez • Baguette • Di Grassi • Tung • Hartley • Coulthard • Ricciardo • Hülkenberg • Soucek • Di Resta • Hildebrand • Davidson • Wurz • Conway • Ericsson
Cars Brawn BGP 001 • Red Bull RB5 • McLaren MP4-24 • Ferrari F60 • Toyota TF109 • BMW Sauber F1.09 • Williams FW31 • Renault R29 • Force India VJM02 • Toro Rosso STR4
Tyres Bridgestone
Races Australia • Malaysia • China • Bahrain • Spain • Monaco • Turkey • Britain • Germany • Hungary • Europe • Belgium • Italy • Singapore • Japan • Brazil • Abu Dhabi
Tests Algarve: 1 • Mugello: 1 • 2 • 3 • Valencia: 1 • Bahrain: 1 • 2 • Jerez: 1 • 2 • 3 • Young Driver Test • Barcelona: 1 • Fiorano: 1
See also 2008 Formula One Season • 2010 Formula One Season • Category
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.
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