(© Ben Johnston 2015)
Following all the drama in a Victoria courtroom over contracts and the court ruling in favour of Giedo Van Der Garde racing for the Sauber F1 Team this weekend, the FIA have been quick to put the brakes on such a move.
It has just emerged that the Dutch driver who was set to compete for the Swiss team after winning a court case to drive does not hold the mandatory FIA Super Licence and will therefore not take part in the on track action with the Sauber F1 Team this weekend.
This means that both Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson will drive for the team this weekend. It remains to be seen what will happen for the next race in Malaysia however.
© Ben Johnston 2015