Date: 4th January 2013 at 10:10am
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Sauber have become the third team to announce when they will be officially launching their new car for the 2013 Formula One World Championship.

After finishing sixth in the 2012 Formula One constructors championship, the team head into 2013 with a brand new driver line-up.

Nico Hulkenberg has made the move from Force India and he will be partnered by Mexican Esteban Gutierrez who steps up from his reserve driver role.

The C32 will once again be powered by Ferrari, with the launch taking place on February 2nd at their factory in Hinwil, Switzerland.

From there the car will go to Jerez for the start of the winter testing programme three days later.

The teams will then move to Barcelona for two test sessions at the end of the month, the first between the 19th and 22nd, with the final test taking place on February 28 and running through till March 3rd.