F1 » Sutil 'happy' to stick with Force India for 2014

Adrian Sutil: There aren't so many teams that are better than Force India. I have no problem staying here...

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August 06, 2013 8:52 AM

If di Resta finds another seat for next year than I guess Sutil's place in the team is safe. I don't see them with two pay drivers next year. Is too much a risk with such changes in the regulations.


August 06, 2013 9:38 AM

DiRiesta has only been linked bigger teams by Brithis media, NoBody in bigger teams are interested in him No One, period. Biggest change he would have on bigger team would be 2 driver for Ferrari, but even there they have big list more talented drivers like Hulkenberg, Bianchi... I admit that hes had a good season this year but hes teammate was a away a year. Hes lost 2 out of 2 for hes teammates and this season is not over yeat. After last year I could not understand how he retained hes place on F1.

Sutil has had deasent comeback, bit of bad luck sometimes but deasent results considering different tyres and the changes on the car. I hope we would see him on F1 next year. Hes definetly not the best of the rest but good mid field runner.


August 06, 2013 10:45 AM

@matt2 - I worry about the education system where you are from.

Fast or not, Sutil has made a number of mistakes that have meant that di Resta, whether you like him or not, is ahead of him in the driver standings. At the end of the day that's what will move you up to bigger teams.


August 06, 2013 10:52 AM


Took 2 seconds to write that, Im so frustrated for all the hype brits make for DiRieasta. Dont worry my edu, we have the best education system in the world, even brits think that... But it doesent matter how i write, the fact is, your boy has lost 2 times of 2.


August 06, 2013 11:03 AM


Care to explain a bit further what you mean by losing '2 times of 2 (sic)'? In Germany it was PdR in 11th and AS in 13th, while in Hungary it was PdR in 18th and AS retired. I'm sure I've missed your point, so help me out here.


August 06, 2013 11:18 AM

11. Adrian Sutil 42
13. Di Reasta 27

11. Hulkenberg 63
14. Di Resta 46

2011 Hulkenberg was reserve driver, making it even worse for Di Resta.
Like I said, this season Di Resta have had a deasent season. But can anyone show me why on earth would top teams be interested in this guy? We have so much more potential guys on the grid than him, even in the F1 and not even talking about guys like Valsecchi etc...


August 06, 2013 2:06 PM

Yeah, the "rumour mill" seems to have overlooked Sutil... he looked set to blow PDiR away at the beginning of the season but seems to have fallen behind. No he's being sensible about it.. while PDiR drives to impress bigger teams (and Brit Media), he is at least driving FOR Force India which is to be applauded.

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