Sutil penalised for dangerous incident during Bahrain Qualifying 6 April, 2014 Adrian Sutil, Sauber Sauber’s Adrian Sutil was relegated to the back of the Bahrain Grand Prix starting grid on Saturday for forcing Romain Grosjean’s Lotus off the road in Qualifying. Race stewards handed the German a five place drop from his 18th place, as well as two licence-style penalty points, for the incident. Grosjean was approaching the Sauber when Sutil moved to the right and forced the Frenchman to brake and swerve off to prevent a collision. Grosjean Qualified 16th for the floodlit Formula One race and played down the near-miss: “It probably looked quite close on television but it wasn’t,” he told reporters. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsDrivers tackling 2014 races without drinks to save weightSauber to run Van der Garde and Sirotkin in Bahrain practiceFong and Nissany to test a Sauber in ValenciaRussian teenager Sirotkin makes impressive debutBlow to De Silvestro’s F1 ambitions as funds dry upSirotkin and Verstappen set for FP1 sessions this yearVan der Garde set for 2015 Sauber race seatRussian GP FP1 debut very possible claims SirotkinGutierrez: We have opened discussions with other teamsMid-season driver changes for Caterham and Sauber?