F1 » Sutil shines in Australia for Force India

Force India was one of the unexpected stars of the Australian Grand Prix, with Adrian Sutil marking his return to F1 duty by leading 11 laps of the race.

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JJJ - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 7:09 PM

Sutil drove a good race today but so did Bianchi to be honest. The extent to which Bianchi was faster than Chilton all weekend kind of gave me a new perspective on him. I always knew he was fast but not this fast. I still think we'll see him crashing on a few occassions this year and one race is just one race etc. but seeing the FI's and Bianchi perform this well today I actually would have liked to see what Bianchi could have done in the car.

DiR was invisable once again today and whined too much again but he did well in quali. I think it's simple: if he beats Sutil this year he might stay in F1, if he gets beaten again it's time to go, no more excuses whatsoever.

Huth thuh - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 10:29 PM

@ Rob01

The point of special race for Adrian was that he gave the wonderboy a run for the money. Remember his comment on Podium? he was surprised that Adrian had the pace to challenge him on older tires.

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