Adrian Sutil says he expects a better second half to the 2014 Formula 1 season, after a difficult first 10 races at Sauber.
He has failed to score a point so far this year, registering a best finish of 11th place at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
After a tough start, he believes things will improve in the second half of the season. 'It would be nice to have some more success and better results, but the situation is like that. Formula 1 goes up and down sometimes and you have to get up again,' he said in the Hungaroring paddock.
'It was quite encouraging to have the last race in Hockenheim, we were much closer and could finally fight against better teams. If you look at it...
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