Motor racing-End of the road for independent Sauber


By Alan Baldwin LONDON, June 22 (Reuters) - Peter Sauber's decision to sell his Formula One team to BMW provides a happy ending to the cigar-smoking Swiss's Formula One adventure. "The partnership with BMW is an ideal solution as it supports the two goals which have always been paramount for me," the 61-year-old said on Wednesday as the takeover was announced in Munich. "Firstly, to offer the team the possibility of improving their sporting performance and secondly, to safeguard the ...

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