The F1.07 designed by Willy Rampf, Walter Reidl, Jörg Zander and Willem Toetwas was the first car built fully by BMW, following their purchase of the Sauber team. The car driven by Nick Heidfeld and Robert Kubica was the third force in the peloton after dominating Ferrari and McLaren. Heidfeld scored two podiums (2nd in Canada and 3rd in Hungary) and finished on 4th position in the Drivers’ Championship. Kubica was 6th in the final standings. The BMW Sauber team was promoted to the 2nd place in the Constructor’s Championship as McLaren team lost all their points in the Constructors’ standing as a result of a World Motor Sport Council decision over the espionage controversy.
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