Force India: Perfect way to end our season 28 November, 2011 Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil Nov.27 (Sahara Force India) The team equalled its best result of the year in Sao Paulo as Adrian Sutil and Paul Di Resta finished in sixth and eighth places in the Brazilian Grand Prix. Those results confirm the team’s sixth place in the constructors’ championship. P6 Adrian Sutil, VJM04/04: Tyre strategy: Used soft, new soft, used soft, new medium Adrian: “I’m really happy about the result today. It completes a great weekend where everything went to plan. I had a good feeling in all the sessions and the team did a brilliant job to give me such a good car today. We also made the right calls with the strategy because we knew there was a chance to beat Mercedes, and that’s exactly what we did. So I’m very happy with my sixth place – it’s the best way to end the year and it also means that I move up to ninth place in the drivers’ championship, which was my aim.” P8 Paul Di Resta, VJM04/02: Tyre strategy: Used soft, new soft, new medium Paul: “My eighth place today is a great result after quite a tough race for me. There was a concern with the gearbox around half way through the race so the team told me to just try and bring the car home. In the final stint it was just a case of managing the gap to Kobayashi behind me and we had enough to do that quite easily in the end. So that’s the end of my first season of Formula 1 and it’s been a great year, especially now we have finished sixth in the championship. It’s well deserved for the entire team and I want to thank everyone for their help and support during this amazing year.” Robert Fernley, Deputy Team Principal “Today’s result is the perfect way to end what has been a tremendous season for Sahara Force India. Adrian and Paul drove brilliant races to add 12 more points to our tally and confirm our sixth place in the championship – our highest finish to date. I’m also very pleased that we could move Adrian up to ninth in the drivers’ standings. As a team we have taken great strides forward this season and now is the time to congratulate everyone who has contributed to that. We head into the winter in good spirits and determined to come back even stronger next year to pick up where we left off.” Tweet Related NewsForce India give Juncadella FP1 outing in BrazilBrazilian Grand Prix: Force India preview InterlagosForce India: We achieved objective that we set ourselves coming into the weekendForce India: We expect another unpredictable race whatever happensForce India: Focussed improving the drivability of the car in the wetForce India previews the Brazilian Grand Prix at InterlagosForce India: We had the pace to win, but it was not meant to beForce India: We should end the season on a positive noteForce India: Cars were sliding around quite a lotHulkenberg: I think we can be proud of the results we achieved together Evel In no small part to the brilliant driving of Adrian Sutil, my driver of the day in Brazil. Force India would be crazy to drop him for next season!