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- He was set for fifth until an incident with Adrian Sutil, when Räikkönen lost control on the damp track after exiting the tunnel, and hit Sutil's car in the rear.
- At Belgium Alonso again looked like scoring a podium for the team, but had to retire with another problem with one of his wheels which was damaged as a result of a first-lap clash with Adrian Sutil.
- However, during one of his pitstops he was released early and almost touched wheels with Adrian Sutil who was already coming down the pitlane.
- Additionally, Massa drove into the path of Adrian Sutil, earning him a penalty.
- For the season, Gutiérrez was retained and joined by Adrian Sutil, following Hülkenberg's decision to return to Force India.
- Alonso was forced to retire in Belgium in a near repeat of the front tyre incident in Hungary, although this time the tyre was damaged after contact with Adrian Sutil's Force India on the first lap.
- At the, Vettel qualified 16th in a rain-hit session, behind title rivals Button (14th) and Rubens Barrichello (1st), while his teammate Webber qualified second with Adrian Sutil in third.
- In the race however he collided with the Force India of Adrian Sutil like in the previous year in Monte Carlo, as the German was emerging from a pitstop.
- In the race there was a safety car due to an incident involving Adrian Sutil.
- On 26 January 2011, the team announced that reserve driver Paul di Resta would be promoted to a race seat for the season, to partner Adrian Sutil.
- They scored points again in the following race when Adrian Sutil finished fourth, and set the team's first fastest lap, at the Italian Grand Prix.
- He crashed out of the after being forced off the track at the second corner and being collected by Adrian Sutil, and then had a poor performance in Monaco as the Toyotas qualified on the back row of the grid.
- In Singapore, Heidfeld's run of 41 consecutive classified finishes was brought to an end due to a collision with Force India's Adrian Sutil.
- The season also witnessed Adrian Sutil returning to the team line-up, replacing Nico Hülkenberg as the team's Second Driver.
- Force India's Adrian Sutil rated the circuit as being better than Formula One's other night race in Singapore as he felt there was too much light at Marina Bay.
- In Brazil however, he retired on the first lap when Adrian Sutil and Jarno Trulli collided, and Alonso was unable to avoid the out-of-control Force India, which had spun onto the wet grass, terminally damaging a sidepod on Alonso's car, forcing him to retire.
- He eventually got up to 4th place, before an oil leak brought about his retirement from the race, in which he succeeded Adrian Sutil to become the record holder for the most starts in Formula 1 without a podium finish.
- Adrian Sutil moved to Sauber and was replaced by Nico Hülkenberg from Sauber.
- At the opening race of the season in Bahrain, Kubica was tagged by Adrian Sutil and spun on the opening lap but recovered to 11th.
- This was a bid to secure a race seat alongside fellow German Adrian Sutil.
- Force India's Adrian Sutil was also linked to replace Hülkenberg at Williams.
- , Hülkenberg holds the record for the most Formula One career starts without a podium finish, a record he broke when he failed to finish in his 129th race (the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix) and in so doing passed Adrian Sutil's previous record of 128.
- Notable ART drivers include Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Valtteri Bottas, Nico Hülkenberg, Romain Grosjean, Esteban Ocon, Charles Leclerc, George Russell, Alexander Albon, Stoffel Vandoorne, Lucas di Grassi, Nyck de Vries, Kamui Kobayashi, Simon Pagenaud, James Calado, Jamie Green, Bruno Spengler, Olivier Pla, Adrian Sutil, Paul di Resta, Jules Bianchi, Esteban Gutiérrez, Anthoine Hubert, Felix Rosenqvist and Jack Harvey.
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