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Sutil talks with several teams for comeback in F1

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Adrian Sutil still expecting comeback in Formula 1 and he says that currently talks with several teams to be quiet and wait for his chance.

Last season end his contract not continued with Force India because in addition playing the lawsuit was filed against him – because of the wounding of Genii Capital CEO Eric Lux, which he has received a suspended sentence – obviously not in his favor.

Still lawsuit behind us now, is the rest of the year for Sutil keen to achieving a comeback and a job as a commentator for German TV channel Sky (see photo). Sutil and his manager Manfred Zimmermann are not just waiting for their chance, but are also active behind the scenes again to get a seat.

In conversation with the Spanish Grand Prix Actual says Sutil, who this year at the Grand Prix of Spain and Europe were present, that he would like to race this year. “But I know I can do nothing more than relax and wait until there is an opportunity presents itself.”

“We are in talks with several teams,” remarks the 29-year-old German. I draw lessons from here and I’m sure if I can make a comeback, will be better than during my first years in Formula 1.”


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