Esteban Gutierrez is finally beginning to make a mark, after shedding his "conservative" approach to formula one.
When it became clear Sauber intends to field the teenager Sergey Sirotkin in 2014, many insiders said pairing him with the struggling Mexican Gutierrez made no sense.
Indeed, the 22-year-old has struggled throughout his rookie F1 season, but suddenly in Singapore he broke into the 'Q3' qualifying segment for the first time.
And now in Korea, he has qualified a new career-best of eighth, as it becomes clear Pirelli's steel-belted tyres suit the formerly-languishing 2013 Sauber.
But Gutierrez says he has undergone a radical change too.
"I said it in Singapore,"...
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