Common philosophies, exchange of know-how, joint customer events

Since 2012, Interroll is a close partner of the Alfa Romeo Sauber Formula 1 (F1) Team. The successful collaboration between the two companies has the goal of optimizing the team’s logistical processes, a critical factor in operating successfully at the pinnacle of motorsport.

Interroll sees tremendous opportunities in making this connection. Thanks to our partnership, we have the opportunity to demonstrate to our customers our commitment to quality and speed in a way that is as exciting as it is far-reaching. In this way, the 'Climate of Excellence’, the foundation on which Interroll's work is built, is very vividly illustrated to our customers.

The partnership is based on our mutual desire to be international leaders when it comes to quality, efficiency and innovation.

Building on our collaboration that has been successfully in place since 2012, we will continue optimizing our logistical processes which are an important key to success in Formula 1. We look forward to making further progress together.

Frédéric Vasseur, Team Principal Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team and CEO Sauber Motorsport AG

Common Ground

  • Global Platform Solutions is Our Business

  • Formular 1 Racing is Their Business

  • Quality and Innovation are Our Drivers

  • Worldwide Activities with Swiss Precision

Rolling On Interroll Event at Alfa Romeo Sauber F1

When business partners meet, to learn from the best, to get inspired and discover new things from each other.

Rolling On Interroll is our exclusive partner program for selected Interroll customers, with whom a long-standing business relationship exists and where our products are truly missioncritical for the performance, throughput and availability of their machines or systems.


The Formula 1 World Championship is the highest-ranking race series organized by the FIA of formula racing. It is regarded as the pinnacle of motor sport, claiming to make the toughest demands of any racing series on both drivers and constructors in terms of technical expertise, driving skill and financial resources.

The Formula 1 World Championship has been held every year since the 1950 season, when the first race took place at Silverstone in England. The present season (2018) comprises twentyone individual races, each of which is known as a Grand Prix. The established European classics at Monza, Spa Francorchamps and Hockenheimring are increasingly being joined by circuits in Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.

Date | Venue | Formula 1 Grand Prix

25 March | Melbourne | Australia
8 April | Sakhir | Bahrain
15 April | Shanghai | China
29 April | Baku | Azerbaijan
13 May | Barcelona | Spain
27 May | Monaco | Monaco
10 June | Montreal | Canada
24 June | Le Castellet | France
1 July | Spielberg | Austria
8 July | Silverstone | Great Britain
22 July | Hockenheim | Germany
29 July | Budapest | Hungary
26 August | Spa-Francorchamps | Belgium
2 September | Monza | Italy
16 September | Singapore | Singapore
30 September | Sochi | Russia
7 October | Suzuka | Japan
21 October | Austin | USA
28 October | Mexico City | Mexico
11 November | Sao Paulo | Brazil
25 November | Yas Marina | Abu Dhabi

Find out more about the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team!

Marcus Ericsson, Driver

Marcus Ericsson (born 2 September 1990) is a Swedish race car driver.

After a successful début in car racing in 2007 which saw him take the British Formula BMW title with Fortec Motorsport, he moved up into the British team's British Formula Three Championship squad.

After finishing as one of the top rookies in the category, Ericsson turned his attentions to the All-Japan Formula Three Championship where he won the championship in his debut year. In 2010, he moved up to the GP2 Series where he secured one victory during his maiden campaign for Super Nova Racing.

Between 2011 and 2012, Ericsson drove for iSport. Ericsson completed the 2013 GP2 season with DAMS, and debuted in Formula One in 2014 with Caterham F1.

Since 2015 Marcus Ericsson is driving for Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team. 

Charles Leclerc, Driver

He may be a rookie on the 2018 grid, but Charles Leclerc’s single-seater credentials are impressive. GP3 champion in 2016; F2 champion in 2017; Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) member; F1 testing experience with Ferrari; and F1 practice outings with both Haas and Sauber.

Born on October 16, 1997, Leclerc is barely into his twenties, so it’s fair to say he looks to be firmly on the fast track to success. Hailing from Monaco, he was inevitably exposed to F1 at a young age.

He carried on winning – three times en route to the GP3 title in his rookie season. And he couldn’t break the habit in 2017, when he triumphed seven times to secure the F2 crown in dominant style at his first attempt. There were further F1 tests with the Scuderia, and another four Friday practice outings, this time with the Ferrari-powered Sauber team. (Source: )

With Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team Leclerc 2018 won his first F1 race seat.

Frédéric Vasseur, Managing Director, CEO and Team Principal

Frédéric Vasseur (born in 1968 in Draveil, Ile-de-France) is the Managing Director & CEO as well as Team Principal Sauber Motorsport AG.

Vasseur is a French motor sport engineer and manager with a long career managing Formula-series teams. He studied aeronautics and engineering before starting his career in the junior Formula-series creating his own team, ASM. Known for his success and fostering talent he moved onto Formula 1 as Race Director and eventually Team Principal for Renault F1.

Frédéric Vasseur joined the F1 Team Sauber in July 2017.