Veteran team boss Sauber to return to paddock in 2014 4 November, 2013 Peter Sauber Veteran F1 boss Peter Sauber should return to the Formula 1 paddock next year, following some minor health problems in 2013. That is the news of the Swiss team’s team boss Monisha Kaltenborn, who was asked by the Russian website Formula 1news.ru to explain the recent absence of the Sauber founder. “He’s alright,” Kaltenborn answered. “There have been a few small problems, he has some difficulty with walking, but generally he is fine. “He is not planning any more visits to the races this year,” added Kaltenborn, referring to Peter Sauber, who is 70. “But next year, I think he will definitely come back to the paddock.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsAbu Dhabi Grand Prix: Sauber preview Yas MarinaSutil may have failed to deliver on Sauber contractKaltenborn: Big teams have own agenda and are disrespectfulGutierrez: My career is not finishedSutil: It doesn’t mean Sauber is going to drive in 2015Gutierrez working on several options after Sauber axeSauber confirms Nasr for 2015 seasonBrazilian Grand Prix: Sauber preview InterlagosVan der Garde in line for Sauber race seat in 2015Sauber confirm Ericsson as driver for 2015 jeff Get Well Peter Saucer. F1 needs new blood and you are one of the best at recruiting young talent.