Sauber has unveiled the new logo for its F1 team, which will race as ‘Stake’ for the next two seasons.
Stake replaced Alfa Romeo as the Sauber team’s title partner for 2024 and 2025, before it partnered with Audi from 2026 onwards. Online gaming company Stake sponsored Alfa Romeo last season but has expanded the nature of its partnership with Sauber. On Monday, Stake unveiled a black and white logo to accompany her new start with the team.
The team will also unveil the car’s new look for next season, although there have been no clues as to what this might look like beyond the black and white logo. Stake is also yet to confirm the date it will introduce the 2024 race car. Sauber’s F1 team is one of three not based in the UK, operating from its base in Hinwil, Switzerland. Ferrari and Red Bull’s subsidiary team AlphaTauri are both based in Italy.