Sergio Perez interview: Force India driver on association with Formula 1 team, expectations for 2018 and more
For Perez's career, the 2018 Formula 1 season could be a make or break one. Even before the start of the season, there is already speculation that a cockpit could be available at Ferrari and Mercedes come 2019.
In this episode, we talk about Robert Kubica's possible comeback and if he would be the fastest pay driver ever. Did Lewis Hamilton take piano lessons from Adrian Sutil?
The race was red-flagged with nine laps to go after Bianchi went off at Turn 7, where Sauber's Adrian Sutil had crashed earlier.
With just one race to go in Sao Paulo in Brazil next weekend, di Resta stands at 10th position with 48 points in the drivers' standings while Sutil occupies 13th spot with 29 points.
In a free-wheeling interview to Firstpost, the 30-year-old German driver speaks about his dreams, his expectations and the life of a Formula One driver.
Starting 17th on the grid, Di Resta drove a magnificent race and climbed to seventh position which he managed to maintain to pocket six points at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve yesterday.
Just when you thought that things were going superbly for Force India, the Chinese Grand Prix came along.
Force India’s focus over winter testing had been to make sure its new car and Pirelli’s new tyres worked well together.
The Indian team scored 10 points as come-back man Adrian Sutil finished seventh and Paul di Resta eighth at Melbourne.
Sutil said the car's competitiveness at Albert Park on Sunday should return the focus of the team and its critics to racing.
Sutil, who has been with Force India from 2008 till his break last year, did not think it was a difficult task for someone like him to make a comeback in Formula One.
The development means that there will be no Indian driver on the F1 grid this season since Narain Karthikeyan was also linked to this seat but missed out.
Force India is looking for Paul di Resta's teamate after Nico Hulkenberg left for Sauber. Sutil was part of the team since its early days but was replaced by Hulkenberg at the start of 2012.
McLaren's Lewis Hamilton has told a German court he is unavailable to give evidence on the day his friend and former Formula One rival Adrian Sutil stands trial for causing bodily harm in a nightclub fracas.
Briton Di Resta continued with the team for his second season in a race seat, while German Hulkenberg stepped up from his role as reserve driver.
Sutil finished eighth, just ahead of teammate Paul di Resta at the Abu Dhabi GP, as Sahara Force India recorded its third double top-10 finish of the season.