By Alan Baldwin VALENCIA, Spain, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Swiss-based Sauber presented their 2010 Formula One car on Sunday with the shadow of departed former owners BMW hanging heavily over a team bereft of major sponsors. The new C29's predominantly white livery bore more than a passing resemblance to last year's BMW-Sauber F1.09 while the team's official name remained BMW-Sauber, at least for the present for regulatory reasons, despite using Ferrari engines. Founder Peter Sauber, a ...
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