Greater Noida: Sahara Force India driver Adrian Sutil hoped their performance in the inaugural Indian Grand Prix will bring smile on the face of the team principal and managing director Vijay Mallya.
Force India bagged two points as Sutil raced to a ninth place finish. Teammate Paul Di Resta ended at 13th place.
"It was quite a good race and I think we can be happy with the two points today. In the early laps I struggled with the rear of the car, with a bit of oversteer, and could not hold off the Toro Rossos who were a bit quicker today," Sutil said.