Adrian Sutil is still very confident that he will come-back to Formula 1, some reports sounded in F1 paddock Ferrari looking Force India’s Paul di Resta to replace current driver Felipe Massa, consequence that an opportunity available in Force India, and the German come-back ex- team.
“I’m always looking, but I have nothing at the moment,” Ex- Force India Adrian Sutil told Autosport.
“I chose this grand prix to come back because it’s the first in Europe. It feels good to be back in the paddock and to see some people.
“That is the key to getting a drive and hopefully very soon. At the moment, there are no seats available and I have to wait. But people know that I am ready and on hold. I have to wait for the call.
“I talk to many different teams, but they can’t say anything right now. They say that they are maybe interested, but you can’t get more. They tell me to hold on, keep fit and then maybe there is an opportunity. I have to believe in it and it will come.”
“We are not offering money,” said Sutil. “After five years, people know that I’m good and I don’t need to bring sponsors.
“I want a normal salary for my driving and that’s it. I want to get treated like a race driver and it’s important for the whole sport that the real talents are in the seats and not the drivers with the biggest money behind them.”
“It’s over and there are no restrictions for me, I can travel and I can do everything that I did before,” he said. “We had time to check all of that out.”
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