“We’ve got to qualify well to give ourselves the best chance of scoring points. We are still close to McLaren in the championship and we need to make sure we keep a healthy margin ahead of Toro Rosso and Sauber,” said Sutil, who will race in his fifth Singapore GP.
Not his favourite hunting ground, but the German has begun to like the Marina Bay Street Circuit over the years. “It’s not my favourite track but it's one of those places that I’ve come to like more and more. There are some nice sections and it's quite wide for a street circuit, which helps with overtaking.
I always enjoy street races and the city is amazing. The atmosphere means it's definitely one of the best races of the year,” added the 30-year-old, who finished eighth the last time he raced here in 2011.