Source: http://www.espn.co.uk/f1/story/_/id/177 ... gines-2017
Source: http://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/saube ... nt-830710/
"But with the squad's finances now sorted, Kaltenborn insists her team will not be hurt by the lack of progress made with the 2017 car.
"Some things will take a while. You can't be quicker, that's the way things move," Kaltenborn said. "But I think in terms of development we could do a lot of things when it comes to looking at next year's car.
"We couldn't implement many things on this year's car, but other capabilities are very much there. So we could do that.
"There can be a bit of an effect on that, I'm not saying everything was just going on normally, but it shouldn't give us any reason why we can't make as step ahead next year".
Sadly I think that the disadvantage will be massive now that the teams can develop the PUs more than ever. Unless they bring incredibly good ideas for the chasis 2017 will be a tough year.
At least they expect to have a more ambitious in-season development plan than in 2016.