HINWIL, Switzerland (AP) — Formula One team Sauber says Joerg Zander will be its next technical director.
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Sauber, which has zero points from 19 races this season, says the German designer will start in 2017, rejoining the team he worked for in 2006 and 2007.
Zander says in a team statement “we obviously want to improve and establish ourselves as a team in the mid-field.”.
With two races left in the 2016 season, Sauber and drivers Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr have failed to get a top-10 finish in any race.
Zander also previously worked in F1 for the Honda and Brawn teams, and returns to Sauber from Audi Sport.