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Sutil leaves his Williams reserve driver role

It was announced yesterday that Adrian Sutil will not continue as the Williams Formula 1 team’s reserve driver in 2016.

It is understood that the German is close to signing a deal outside of F1. 190 more words

Sutil leaves Williams reserve role

Adrian Sutil will not continue in his role as Williams reserve driver in 2016, a team source has confirmed.

The German always regarded the Williams role as a temporary one as he looked for other opportunities, and it’s understood that he is close to signing a deal outside F1. 173 more words

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Sutil reported to sue Sauber for £3.5 million

There have been reports circulating the paddock this afternoon that Sauber could be legal trouble once again as it is now suggested that another disgruntled driver is pressing a claim against Sauber. 221 more words

Pai de Jules Bianchi mostra pouco otimismo na recuperação de seu filho

Philippe Bianchi, pai de Jules Bianchi, está mostrando menos otimismo na recuperação de seu filho. Em coma desde o grave acidente que sofreu no Grande Prêmio do Japão do ano passado, Jules não tem nenhuma previsão de recuperar a consciência. 250 more words

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Weekly Wrap Up [Week 13]

F1 sports writer Dane Hansen, takes you through the motions of week 13 in this year’s 2015 Formula One World Championship.  A lot has happened in the week off from racing. 372 more words

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Barcelona court petitioned over Sutil breach of contract

The season opener in Australia provided Formula One back stories which were of a level of drama, not seen in recent years. The phoenix from the ashes Marussia Manor F1 team each session was eagerly anticipated on track – but in the end, they delivered a complete ‘no show’. 479 more words

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Adrian Sutil appointed Williams reserve driver

March 26th, 2015, Sepang: Williams has appointed German Adrian Sutil as its reserve driver for the season, the squad said on Thursday.

Sutil, who raced for Sauber last season, was left without a race seat for this year after the Swiss team unveiled Brazilian rookie Felipe Nasr and Swede Marcus Ericsson as its two drivers for the year, and his Williams signing keeps Sutil within the Formula One fold. 303 more words