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Stake Sauber - Where will the team's name change in F1 this season?

Sauber has 'unleashed' a new identity for the upcoming F1 season but will be forced to change its name at multiple Grands Prix.

The Hinwil-based outfit is filling a two-year gap between its partnership with Alfa Romeo ending and the dawn of its journey as the Audi works entry from 2026 with an aggressive commercial strategy, with Stake and Kick taking naming rights for the team and chassis respectively.

But the Stake name will not be able to stand at a number of races across the upcoming campaign, with four countries on the calendar outlawing the promotion of gambling.

As with last season, where the Stake logos were replaced by Kick on the side of the C43, a change of identity will take place in Australia, Spain, Belgium and Qatar.

Speaking at the launch of the new C44, Team Representative Alessandro Alunni Bravi explained: "Last year, we alternated to different team names according to the different countries where we go racing.

"We will be fully compliant with all the local applicable laws and where Stake is permitted. So where gambling advertising is prohibited, we will use a different name.

"As last year, we have Kick as one of our most important partners - the car launch was streamed live on Kick.com, our chassis name is Kick Sauber, so where we will not be racing as Stake, we will use the second team name."

Where will Sauber's F1 identity change this season?

Race location Sauber identity
Bahrain Stake F1
Saudi Arabia Stake F1
Australia Kick Sauber
Japan Stake F1
China Stake F1
Miami Stake F1
Emilia Romagna Stake F1
Monaco Stake F1
Canada Stake F1
Spain Kick Sauber
Austria Stake F1
Great Britain Stake F1
Hungary Stake F1
Belgium Kick Sauber
Netherlands Stake F1
Italy Stake F1
Azerbaijan Stake F1
Singapore Stake F1
United States Stake F1
Mexico Stake F1
Brazil Stake F1
Las Vegas Stake F1
Qatar Kick Sauber
Abu Dhabi Stake F1

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