Formula 1: Sutil: Don't worry about Force India

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Formula 1: Adrian Sutil stays calm
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Adrian Sutil is calm about the situation around his employer. The F orce India isn't worried that he might not be able to start in Bahrain: 'No, I won't. My manager asked the team about the situation,' said Sutil on Sunday . 'We assume that you will meet all the requirements on time,' said Graefelfinger.

The team still has to submit a financial report for 2008 to the Companies House responsible in England. The actual deadline was extended again at the request of the racing team; according to Force India managing director Otmar Szafnauer, it now ends on February 25th. The accountants had assured that they no longer needed, Szafnauer was recently quoted in the 'Daily Telegraph'.

Mallya wants to meet the deadline

Team boss and co-owner Vijay Mallya had assured the English magazine 'autosport' that all necessary steps would be taken to submit the report by the new deadline.

Pilot Sutil said on Sunday that he was making the headlines in preparation 'not at all' affect the coming season. 'I'm doing my program and looking forward to the first real test in Jerez,' said Sutil before the first test drives in the new car from Wednesday to Saturday.

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