Budapest: When Sahara Force India's Adrian Sutil will line up on the grid for the Hungarian Grand Prix this Sunday, it will be his 100th GP but the German is approaching the milestone race in a very sedately manner.
"It's hard to believe how quickly time goes by. It's a big milestone, for sure, but in the end it doesn't really change anything. My goals remain the same as when I started my first event and that's to win races. I still love the sport and I hope I can continue to drive these amazing cars for a long time," the German said.
Sutil has never scored points in Budapest and is looking forward to break the duck this time but at the same time he is little apprehensive since Pirelli will introduce new tyres for the race.