Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has suggested the Silver Arrows could follow in Ferrari’s footsteps and create a rebranded feeder team in the near future.

Sauber were due to part ways with Ferrari at the end of the 2017 season and start a fresh partnership with Honda, but that move was cancelled by Frederic Vasseur soon after he took over the team principal role from Monisha Kaltenborn, who agreed the deal.

The Swiss team instead struck a new deal with the Scuderia, who have increased in their influence on their team by bringing Alfa Romeo back into the fold as a title sponsor and managing to get F2 World Champion and young Ferrari prospect Charles Leclerc into a seat for the 2018 season.

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