Adrian Sutil has returned the favour Sahara Force India showed in him, scoring 23 points in the ten races thus far, in a below par VJM06 marred with issues.
The German who had been sidelined in 2012 due to an off track altercation, has smoothly slotted back into the sport, continuing where he left off after 2011.
Speaking to the Formula 1 website, the 30 year old German said he was calm about his future in sport, and not bothered by flying rumours.
Talking about the Driver Market, he said: "There are so many rumours flying around, but my guess is that nobody really knows what’s going on behind closed doors.
"Formula One is a complicated sport where a lot of aspects have to be taken into account before decisions are made - and sometimes these decisions are quite surprising!"
He added he'd be happy to stay at the Silverstone based team, if the team is also happy to retain him. However, he insisted he has no back up plan if he fails to secure a drive next season; but aims to have a long career there.
When asked about what his dream move would be in the sport, the German was quick to pick the top two iconic teams - Ferrari and Mercedes - as his choices because of their big brands and long traditions in the sport.
Force India have over the past few seasons installed themselves as a major force in the midfield, constantly finishing in the points.
The team has picked itself up from slumps regularly, and Sutil hopes this year would be the same.
The next stop, Spa, had been happy hunting for Force India last year, when Sutil's replacement Nico Hulkenberg, finished fourth in the race.
The German is confident that it will bring a good result again saying: "Yes, I’m convinced we will be strong in Spa. I like the circuit very much. It’s a really challenging one - a racers track! So watch out for us!"
Further stating his faith into the team, he added: "All of us, the drivers and the team, should push very hard to be successful.
"We had a very strong start to the season, but for the last few races it’s much closer in the midfield so the tension is up.But there should be some circuits in the second half where we can be strong again. "
He has spent the early part of his summer break attending a fitness week in Finland with his coach, relaxing at 'home-sweet-home' the rest of the time; now all focused and raring to get back into the points.
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