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Sutil confirms move to Sauber for 2014

Sauber have confirmed one of its two drivers for the 2014 season after the announcement that Adrian Sutil will move from Force India to the Swiss team next year. Sutil left Formula 1 in 2011 but rejoined Force India for the 2013 season and impressed in the opening races but failed to score points thanks to reliability issues. He eventually finished behind team-mate Paul di Resta in the standings. With Vijay Mallya's decision to re-hire Nico Hulkenberg and sign Sergio Perez from McLaren, Sutil was forced to look elsewhere, but Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn revealed that talks have been ongoing since September. "We are pleased, that we were able to sign Adrian, particularly as...
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