Liuzzi and Sutil await Force India decision Despite the likes of Nick Heidfeld, Nico Hulkenberg, Karun Chandhok, Paul di Resta and most recently Narain Karthikeyan hovering in the wings, both Vitantonio Liuzzi and Adrian Sutil are confident that they will be racing for Force India in 2011.
The team owned by flamboyant India billionaire Vijay Mallya, has yet to announce it’s driver line-up for the next season.
Sutil, who has been linked to Renault recently, said, “It would be nice to move into a really top team, but right now there are no such opportunities. So I am very happy to stay with Force India for another season.”
The German added, “I hope it [announcement] happens in the next two weeks. It is a lot of fun to be with Force India, because we came from the back.”
Liuzzi commented, “I am pretty confident everything is fine because they gave a signal that everything will stay the same.”
“But Formula One is a very particular business where sometimes you never know until the last minute, but I have a contract and feel comfortable and I think everything should be set up soon,” added the Italian.
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