SAUBER F1 Ferrari C34 Felipe Nasr 2015 1:43 Scale Diecast Car by Minichamps

SAUBER F1 Ferrari C34 Felipe Nasr 2015 1:43 Scale Diecast Car by Minichamps

SAUBER F1 Ferrari C34 Felipe Nasr 2015 1:43 Scale Diecast Car by Minichamps

Luiz Felipe de Oliveira Nasr (born 21 August 1992) is a Brazilian racing driver. He was the 2009 Formula BMW Europe champion and the 2011 British Formula 3 champion. After a year as the official test driver for Williams in 2014, he joined Sauber as a full-time Formula One driver in 2015.
The Sauber C34 is a Formula One racing car which Sauber used to compete in the 2015 Formula One season. The C34 was driven by Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr.
The car was launched online on 30 January 2015 on the team’s website, and it proved to be a vast improvement over the C33. In the opening round of the season, in Australia, the Saubers qualified in eleventh and sixteenth places, with rookie Felipe Nasr ahead of his teammate Marcus Ericsson. They ended, respectively, in fifth and eighth positions. They would score again in the third round, in China, when Nasr finished in eighth place and Ericsson in tenth. Subsequently, the car’s competitiveness seemed to decline, mostly due to the financial problems of the team. At the Singapore Grand Prix, Sauber introduced a new aerodynamic package. The most immediate difference can be found in the shorter nose, quite similar in the shape with the ones of the Williams’, Red Bulls’ and McLarens’. The car also showed new front and rear wings and a slimmer bodywork. Thanks to these upgrades (and the high rate of retirements), Nasr was able to finish in tenth position. In the last six races, Sauber managed to collect 10 points from a sixth and a ninth place (both from Nasr), ending the season with a tally of 36 points and 8th place in the World Constructors’ Championship.

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