|Heinz-Harald Frentzen in the Sauber C13.|
|Designer(s)||André de Cortanze
|Chassis||Carbon fibre monocoque|
|Engine||Mercedes-Benz 2175B, 3,496 cc (213.3 cu in), 75° V10, NA, mid-engine, longitudinally mounted|
|Transmission||Sauber / XTrac T 6-speed semi-automatic|
|Notable entrants||Broker Sauber Mercedes|
|Notable drivers||29. Karl Wendlinger
29. Andrea de Cesaris
29. JJ Lehto
30. Heinz-Harald Frentzen
|Debut||1994 Brazilian Grand Prix|
The Sauber C13 was a Formula One car. It was designed by André de Cortanze and Leo Ress for use by the Sauber Team in the 1994 Formula One season. The car was powered by a Ilmor 3.5L V10 engine badged as a Mercedes-Benz. Drivers for the team throughout the season were Karl Wendlinger, Andrea de Cesaris, JJ Lehto and Heinz-Harald Frentzen. Only Frentzen drove for the entire season.
From the Spanish Grand Prix, the car ran with higher cockpit sides after Wendlinger suffered severe injuries in a side-on accident during qualifying at the Monaco Grand Prix which left him in a coma. Higher cockpit sides were later made mandatory for the 1996 season and are still in use as of 2015.
|1994||Broker Sauber||Mercedes-Benz 2175B
|Andrea de Cesaris||Ret||6||Ret||Ret||Ret||Ret||Ret||Ret||Ret|
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