Shanghai: Adrian Sutil wasted no time dwelling on the past on his return to China on Thursday for the first time since a 2011 nightclub brawl left him with a criminal record and almost ended his Formula One career.
"No worries, no emotions. The past, for me, is done and I'm concentrating on my future," was the Force India driver's clipped reply on being asked how he felt to be back for the Chinese Grand Prix.
The German was handed an 18-month suspended jail sentence and fined 200,000 euros after the incident that left Eric Lux, the chief executive of Renault F1 (now Lotus) owners Genii capital, needing stitches for a neck wound caused by a broken champagne glass.
The criminal record had led to some fears that Sutil, dropped by Force India at the end of 2011 before being re-hired this season, might have problems in getting a Chinese entry visa....more
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