F1 » Sutil linked to Force India return


Adrian Sutil linked with a return to Force India as Silverstone-based squad nears a decision over its 2013 driver line-up

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Dylan - Unregistered

December 10, 2012 2:44 PM

So is Bernie planning a grid full of Brits Germans and Fins as the future for F1?!! I would love to see drivers like Bruno Koba Kova moving to Indy. I can't forget the day Ayrton went to US testing the Indy Penske car and Fia had to put money to help Macca pay his stay bill. Drivers should realize the stronger Indy is the better is for them!

big boss - Unregistered

December 10, 2012 3:51 PM

It should be Sutil/Kobayashi next year at ForceIndia.

With DiResta its what you see is what you get. He hasnt improved compared to last year and he wont improve next year either. At the end of the day DiResta will be fired in 12 months from now, he doesnt get the results, doesnt attract sponsorship or has cash so why waste another year with him, Force India ?

David Chaste - Unregistered

December 10, 2012 4:19 PM

Mercedes has a say in the team retaining Diresta. So even though he brings no sponsorship he is standing on the shoulders of a giant.

It's like when Kazuki Nakajima was in Williams when Williams had Toyota engines.

Sutil is better funded than any of his competitors for the seat (medion, capri-sun, techart, etc).

Maybe with the exception of Bruno. But Bruno hasn't shown the speed of Sutil.

Sutil's parents are well off. And they have surrounded him with a marketing ****nal of lawyers and publicists. He's a rich kid. The typical F1 driver.

Kamui has the least sponsored, he could be Sutil's match in outright speed. But Sutil has proven to be more consistent than Kamui. The team wants consistent finishes and points.

If Kamui decided to go to Indy, and drive for a Honda team he would all of a sudden see sponsors pouring from the sky. Japanese companies can be very nationalistic about which brands they support.

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