Adrian Sutil is looking to score his first points of the 2014 season at next weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.
The German has a strong track record around the streets of Monte Carlo, finishing in the top 10 at his last three races at the circuit. Last year he took the chequered flag in fifth place – his best result of the season – after two great overtakes on Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso at the Grand Hotel Hairpin.
So far, his first season at Sauber has been disappointing. He finished 11th in Australia before registering three consecutive retirements. At last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix he brought his Ferrari-powered C33 home in a rather anonymous 17th place.
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