F1 » Sutil: Current Force India car 'the best I’ve had'


Adrian Sutil says the Force India VJM04 is the best car he has had in F1

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James - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 12:28 PM

Kind words from Adrian about the car. In other words, "Please give me a race seat for next year, I know I'm average but I have an attractive sponsorship package. The Williams rumours are just to add to my market value. Please take me on, I promise I won't slash anyone's throat this time."

nosense - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 7:49 PM

To AK...

That just means that Fisichella was the best driver ever to ride a Force India...

That car was just good on the straights...Sutil proved that at Monza 2009.

Arguably this years car seems more complete...meaning it has higher downforce levels while keeping its decent straight line advantages.

Ak - Unregistered

October 05, 2011 7:41 AM

Nonsense! pun intended

fisi was never so good to get a pole in a car that was only good in straights.

second, you are calling a car that achieved pole and was 0.5 seconds behind raikonnen when he won the grand prix - just good on straights? That means all the other cars were crap?

2009 was FIf1's best season ever. That speaks a lot for the car not the driver and Force India are hardly turning heads this season for sutil to say such a thing.

It is only to keep his seat and create some excitement b4 the Indian Grand Prix.

I nibbler - Unregistered

October 23, 2011 4:00 PM

I have to agree on Sutil's comment, the results speak for themselves. Last year FI was 7th in the championship and this year the team is fighting for the 5th. Good job Force India. The partnership with mclaren mercedes is working.

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