Sutil admits good chance of Force India return 17 December, 2012 Dec.17 (GMM) Adrian Sutil has admitted that “he could complete” Force India’s driver lineup for the 2013 season. The former team driver, who sat out 2012 in the wake of his assault conviction, told German television Sat 1: “I certainly hope so. “It’s not yet certain, but I have a good chance. I know this business very well, and so you can only be certain when you have something signed. “I still have to be patient, but I certainly hope that it turns out in my favour. “It would be nice because I know the team well.” Sutil, now 29, made his debut for the Silverstone based team in 2007, when it was known as Spyker. He stayed through the transition to Midland and finally to Force India. The German admitted he is pinning his 2013 hopes on Force India, who have a vacancy alongside Paul di Resta after Nico Hulkenberg’s move to Sauber. “If it doesn’t happen, I will have to think about something else, but I haven’t really started that process yet,” said Sutil. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsForce India to use Toyota wind tunnelRed Bull should get race ban for cheating says Force IndiaHulkenberg to race F1 and Le Mans next yearPalmer eyes Force India reserve role in 2015Mallya: Red Bull cheats on the regulationsPerez staying at Force India on multi-year contractPalmer and Goddard to test for Force India in Abu DhabiMallya: Speculation about our future needs to stopMallya: Who said we wanted to boycott the race?Force India: We have exercised our option on Perez Johannes D. I certainly hope so too!