Sauber C12

Sauber C12
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The Sauber C12 was the car with which the Sauber Formula One team made its FIA Formula One World Championship debut in 1993. it was driven by Karl Wendlinger and JJ Lehto.

The C12 had a somewhat mixed record with a total of 12 DNFs due to mechanical failure, including seven engine failures (not including Imola, where Lehto was classified as a finisher). Driver-related incidents accounted for six more DNFs.

The C12 achieved six points finishes and eight non-scoring finishes from 32 starts.

Model pictured is a modified Williams FW15C

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