Sutil is aiming for a result in the top six

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F orce India is currently in fifth place among designers - World Cup - ahead of McLaren. With a lead of 14 points. In contrast to McLaren, who have to try to turn things around again at Silverstone, the racing team, which is based directly on the track, can look a little more relaxed into the future.

Force India with a good one Basis

Actually, it's only a matter of further improving the car in nuances, because the basis works. 'The car is strong everywhere,' confirms Sutil. 'Regardless of whether it is raining, dry, on a fast track or a slow one - in qualifying we usually come in eighth and in the race sixth or seventh. The car is very consistent.'

A key to success. Instead of having to concentrate on teething problems like Sauber or McLaren, one works step by step on further development. After the Canadian GP, ​​the team tested in a straight line test in Duxford. 'It was positive,' Sutil sums up somewhat taciturnly. One of the last major upgrades to the car is coming to Silverstone, after which the focus will be on developing the car for 2014.

Red Bull cockpit very popular

'The car will be very different next year. It's a bit of a lottery.'
Sutil still wants to do this before the next season begins celebrate a podium. 'The podium is within our grasp,' says the Swiss citizen. 'We have been close so often. We just have to be more consistent in this area.'

A place on the podium would certainly also be a career accelerator for Sutil. Like most drivers, the 30-year-old listened carefully when Mark Webber announced his move to Porsche. This will free up a coveted position at Red Bull that Sutil could well imagine as a workplace. 'A lot of drivers would like to drive for this team. I would be happy if you would like to use my services. But we have only driven seven races, at the moment I am happy with Force India.'


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