The BMW Sauber team has announced its new management structure following the purchase of the squad by Peter Sauber at the end of last year. Sauber himself is now the new president of the board of directors and will lead the Hinwil, Switzerland-based outfit as team principal.
Monisha Kaltenborn, who had previously held the post of head of legal affairs since 1998, will be the team's new managing director in Hinwil. Sauber's son Alex will now be responsible for the team's marketing activities. The 36-year-old has worked in Swiss professional soccer for the last two years.
Technical Director Willy Rampf will be responsible for the engineering side of the team, while Urs Jampen returns to the post of finance director after 18 months away.Meanwhile, Jurg Flach has been named director of operations with overall responsibility for production.
"Formula 1 is constantly changing," said Sauber. "This division of responsibilities not only meets the demands of the sport, but also freshens things up within the company. I will keep myself informed on all important developments, but will leave operational matters to the management in Hinwil."