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SBD Global/October 11, 2012/People and Pop Culture
Sauber's Monisha Kaltenborn Becomes F1's First Female Principal
Published October 12, 2012
A BIG JOB: Kaltenborn said, "Naturally I'm very aware of the major responsibility I have for Peter Sauber's racing team. He founded the team over 40 years ago, and in the spring it will be 20 years since Sauber lined up for its debut Formula One Grand Prix. I have set my sights high and am committed to taking the team forward as Peter Sauber would want and leading it on to success" (INDIATODAY.intoday.in, 10/11) Red Bull Team Principal CHRISTIAN HORNER said, "It's great for Monisha. She has done a super job at Sauber over the last few years, she has been effectively been performing that role without the job title. It's good for her and for women in motorsport. In our own team we have more and more women taking predominant roles. It is very healthy and should be applauded" (BBC, 10/11).