DriversHeinz-Harald FRENTZEN / Nick HEIDFELD
EnginePETRONAS 03A V10 (frame)
StateROLLING CHASSIS / PROJECT
The Sauber C22 was the Formula One car that Sauber Petronas used to compete in the 2003 Formula One season and was the third car that Willy Rampf designed for Sauber.
Nick Heidfeld and Heinz-Harald Frentzen drove this car with Neel Jani as the test driver.
The engine was the Petronas 03A V10.
The car's major sponsor was Credit Suisse.
The car's most successful race came in the shape of the United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis where they scored 10 points with Heidfeld finishing in 5th place and Frentzen achieving a podium finish of 3rd.
The team finished sixth in the 2003 Constructors' Championship, scoring nineteen points from the sixteen races.
This was one place down on the 5th position which the team achieved, when they used the Sauber C21s in the 2002 season.
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