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The Sauber C36 was a car designed by Sauber to compete in the 2017 Formula One season. The team's drivers were Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein, who joined the team from Manor. For the 2017 Australian and Chinese Grands Prix, Wehrlein was replaced by Antonio Giovinazzi.[1][2] The car itself featured a blue and white livery with an additional stripe of gold, celebrating the team's 25-year anniversary in Formula One. It also featured a carbon-fiber shark fin, which returned to the sport since 2010.

The C36 was the first car to be launched for the 2017 season.


Complete 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 18 19 20
2017 Flag of Australia.svg Flag of China.svg Flag of Bahrain.svg Flag of Russia.svg Flag of Spain.svg Flag of Monaco.svg Flag of Canada.svg Flag of Europe.svg Flag of Austria.svg Flag of Great Britain.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Belgium.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Singapore.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of Japan.svg Flag of the United States.svg Flag of Mexico.svg Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg
Sweden Ericsson P Ret 15th Ret 15th 11th Ret 13th 11th 15th 14th 16th 16th 18th Ret 18th Ret 15th Ret 13th 17th
Italy Giovinazzi 12th Ret
Germany Wehrlein WD 11th 16th 8th Ret 15th 10th 14th 17th 15th Ret 16th 12th 17th 15th Ret 14th 14th 14th

Notes[]

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
V T E 2017 Formula One Season
Teams FerrariForce IndiaHaasMcLarenMercedesRed BullRenaultSauberToro RossoWilliams
Engines FerrariHondaMercedesRenaultTAG Heuer
Drivers alphabetically AlonsoBottasButtondi RestaEricssonGaslyGiovinazziGrosjeanHamiltonHartleyHülkenbergKvyatMagnussenMassaOconPalmerPérezRäikkönenRicciardoSainzStrollVandoorneVerstappenVettelWehrlein
Drivers by number 2 Vandoorne • 3 Ricciardo • 5 Vettel • 7 Räikkönen • 8 Grosjean • 9 Ericsson • 10 Gasly • 11 Pérez • 14 Alonso • 18 Stroll • 19 Massa • 20 Magnussen • 22 Button • 26 Kvyat • 27 Hülkenberg • 30 Palmer • 31 Ocon • 33 Verstappen • 36 Giovinazzi • 39 Hartley • 40 di Resta • 44 Hamilton • 55 Sainz • 77 Bottas • 94 Wehrlein
Other Drivers CaldéronCelisFongFuocoKariMatsushitaRussellTurvey
Cars Ferrari SF70HForce India VJM10Haas VF-17McLaren MCL32Mercedes AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+Red Bull RB13Renault R.S.17Sauber C36Toro Rosso STR12Williams FW40
Tyres Pirelli
Races AustraliaChinaBahrainRussiaSpainMonacoCanadaAzerbaijanAustriaBritainHungaryBelgiumItalySingaporeMalaysiaJapanUnited StatesMexicoBrazilAbu Dhabi
Tests Barcelona 1Barcelona 2
See also 2016 Formula One Season2018 Formula One SeasonCategory
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