F1 » Sutil 'unintentionally' injures Renault boss in nightclub

Force India F1 star Adrian Sutil has confirmed that he was involved in a fracas in a Shanghai nightclub following last month's Chinese Grand Prix in which he 'unintentionally' injured Genii Capital's Eric Lux

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May 12, 2011 11:06 AM

sutil always comes over as a nice quiet guy. but i am a little puzzled as to how hitting a person with a glass or a bottle, could be "unintentional". maybe adrian is trying to cultivate a "bad boy" image? still, not a nice incident.

Taz - Unregistered

May 12, 2011 11:19 AM


Well he won't be driving for Lotus next season.

As richard said, doesn't seem the brawlign type but booze makes a lot of people act differently.


May 12, 2011 12:08 PM

When someone injures somebody when defending himself (in defence) he never says it wasn't intentional, on the other hand when someone injures somebody when not being attacked (in cold blood) he always says it wasn't intentional.
And now what's with this (FIA not investigating?) are they dropping their own rule about behaviour outside the race track? When the FIA came out with this directive about drivers behaviour outside the race track being important to FI they sounded very concerned about the image of F1.

ads - Unregistered

May 12, 2011 12:55 PM

"i unintentionally smashed a champagne bottle over his head". ha ha what a brilliant claim to make. why not just say "he was being a tit so I shut him up" as thats clearly what happened.

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