Sauber Chief Demands Action to Save Formula One From Serious Crashes

Updated: 31 October 2014 22:17 IST

In the wake of the double withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia, leaving only nine teams on the grid for this weekend's United States Grand Prix, Sauber team chief Monisha Kaltenborn said she has no doubt about how serious the threat to the sport is - and who must take responsibility.

Sauber Chief Demands Action to Save Formula One From Serious Crashes
Marussia team officials walk towards the parc ferme as the race car of Jules Bianchi of France returns to the pit after a crash during the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix. © AFP

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