Sauber C29 launched
Sauber's Pedro de la Rosa and Kamui Koboyashi unveiled the C29 today in Valencia, Spain.
The troubled team - still technically known as BMW Sauber - launched their 2010 contender devoid of any sponsor logos, deals still obviously a work-in-progress.
The car, which is now powered by a Ferrari engine and gearbox, looks stunning in it's current white and black/grey livery. It has a striking raised nose, with front wing attaching at an angle, unlike any of its competitors that have been revealed so far.
It also has a shark-fin that stops just short of the rear wing, which hangs just above a tightly packaged rear end.
I have to say the car albeit missing it's final livery is my favourite so far. The engineers at Hinwil have done a terrific job turning the ugly duckling that was the F1.09 into the stunning C29.
Hopefully by not having a KERS shaped distraction this year, the C29 will be quick out-of-the box, because the team could really use the boost to attract those vital sponsor dollars.