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Adrian Sutil

Adrian Sutil Adrian Sutil
Team Sauber
Nationality German
Podiums 0
Points 124
Grands Prix entered 114
World Championships 0
Highest race finish 4 (x1)
Highest grid position 2 (x1)
Date of Birth 11/01/1983
Place of Birth Starnberg
Adrian Sutil DRIVER
Adrian Sutil (GER) Force India F1 with Bradley Joyce (GBR) Force India F1 Race Engineer.
Formula One Testing, Day 3, Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, 21 February 2013

2013

Returns to F1 racing with Force India after year's absence, scoring fine seventh in season-opener and performing strongly in early rounds. Giant-killing fifth in Monaco proves his worth, but team form drops in second half of season and he moves to Sauber for 2014.

Adrian Sutil (GER) Force India F1 VJM04. 
Formula One World Championship, Rd 11, Hungarian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Budapest, Hungary, Saturday, 30 July 2011

2011

At times struggles to match single-lap pace of rookie team mate Di Resta, but greater experience means he scores bulk of Force India's points. Ups his game in season's closing races to finish ninth overall in drivers' championship, but fails to keep seat for 2012.

Adrian Sutil (GER) Force India F1 Formula One Testing, Day Three, Barcelona, Spain, Saturday 27 February 2010.

2010

Immediately emerges as Force India's unofficial number one, dominating team mate Liuzzi for pace, regularly making Q3 and the middle to lower end of the points, before team form trails off towards end of season, leaving him 11th overall in driver standings.

Adrian Sutil (GER) Force India F1 VJM02.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 10, Hungarian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Budapest, Hungary, Saturday, 25 July 2009

2009

Force India's improved form helps him to ninth place at season opener in Melbourne. Achieves his best ever grid slot - second - in Italy and finishes the Monza race in a career-best fourth place, though it's his only point-scoring result of the year.

Adrian Sutil (GER) Force India F1. Formula One Testing, Day Two, Barcelona, Spain, 18 November 2008.

2008

Retained as Spyker becomes Force India, but struggles to overcome uncompetitive machinery. Season highlight is Monaco, where he is set to finish fourth until being taken out by Kimi Raikkonen.

Adrian Sutil (GER) Spyker F8-VII.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 6, Canadian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Montreal, Canada, Friday, 8 June 2007

2007

Debut Formula One season with Spyker. Impresses with speed and consistency in an uncompetitive car and is quickly hailed a star of the future. Tops Saturday's wet final practice session in Monaco and scores his - and Spyker's - first point in Japan.

Adrian Sutil (GER) MF1 Third Driver.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 5, European Grand Prix, Practice Day, Nurburgring, Germany, 5 May 2006

2006

Wins Japanese Formula Three title. Tests for Spyker and makes three successful third-driver Grand Prix practice outings.

Race 2 podium and results: 1st Lewis Hamilton (GBR), ASM Formule 3, Dallara F305 Mercedes, centre. 2nd Lucas di Grassi (BRA), Manor Motorsport, Dallara F305 Mercedes, left. 3rd Adrian Sutil (GER), ASM Formule 3, Dallara F305 Mercedes, right. Formula Three EuroSeries, Rd10, Motopark Oschersleben, Germany. 26 June 2005. World © Sutton

2005

Enjoys two wins, two poles and 11 podium finishes while competing in Formula Three Euroseries, ending his second season as runner-up to Lewis Hamilton.

Adrian Sutil (GER), Kolles, Dallara F3-03 Mercedes, in front of Hannes Neuhauser (AUT), HBR Motorsport, Dallara F3-03 Opel. F3 Euro Series, Rd 13 & 14, Nurburgring, Germany, 1 August 2004. World © Sutton

2004

Competes in the F3 Euroseries with Team Kolles.

Podium and results: 1st Christopher Wassermann (AUT), Josef Kaufmann Racing, centre. 2nd Sebastian Vettel (GER), Eifelland Racing, left. 3rd Adrian Sutil (GER), HBR Motorsport GmbH, right. Formula BMW ADAC Championship, Rds13&14, Nurburgring, Germany. 17 August 2003. World © Miltenburg/Sutton

2003

Claims sixth place in the German Formula ADAC BMW Championship.

Adrian Sutil

2002

Swiss Formula Ford champion - wins all 12 events of the season.