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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.Kimi Räikkönen-Wikipedia
  • 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.Renault in Formula One-Wikipedia
  • However, during one of his pitstops he was released early and almost touched wheels with Adrian Sutil who was already coming down the pitlane.Felipe Massa-Wikipedia
  • Additionally, Massa drove into the path of Adrian Sutil, earning him a penalty.Traffic light-Wikipedia
  • For the season, Gutiérrez was retained and joined by Adrian Sutil, following Hülkenberg's decision to return to Force India.Sauber Motorsport-Wikipedia
  • 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.Fernando Alonso-Wikipedia

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