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Topic - Monisha Kaltenborn
With the European economic crisis still rattling Formula One, it was no surprise to hear that cash-strapped Marussia and other smaller teams were facing money problems at the start of this season.
Formula One team Sauber has unveiled its C-32 Ferrari car for the 2013 season along with its all-new driving team of Nico Hulkenberg and Esteban Gutierrez.
The first woman to lead a Formula One team has another reason to look forward to the Indian Grand Prix next week _ it's in her home country.
"We are facing certain challenges especially economic ones which exist in our world. We are feeling them to a certain extent, some teams more, some teams less. The midfield feel it more than the bigger ones," Sauber principal Monisha Kaltenborn said earlier this year in Malaysia. "We first have to look at this economic challenge."
Team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says the car "is based on its predecessor, which was a very competitive car."