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Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 - C37 car unveiled for the 2018 season

Tuesday 20th February 2018
Alfa Romeo have unveiled their new C37 car and livery for the 2018 season. It marks Alfa Romeos return to top flight motorsport after a 33 year absence. A brand steeped in motorsport since it's inception is back where it rightly belongs, albeit with the latest 2018 engine from it's sister company Ferrari.

Driver Marcus Ericsson is entering his fourth season with Sauber but has a new team-mate this season, joined by highly-rated Ferrari protege, F2 champion and F1 rookie Charles Leclerc.

Here’s looking forward for a great return to motorsport for Alfa Romeo and let's hope one day their cars will be powered by their own engines too.

We will be watching their progress keenly.

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