Nissan's done a pretty good job thus far of keeping things about their Le Mans prototype that they don't want to be public just yet (like its driver lineup) out of the public eye. Sportscar365 just dropped an interesting rumor of who one of the remaining two drivers might be: ex-Sauber Formula One pilot Adrian Sutil.
Aww. When Adrian Sutil gets in a decent or mid-pack car, he's capable of some hilarious upsets. Now both he and Esteban Gutiérrez are looking for Formula One rides next year, as Sauber will be replacing them with Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson, respectively.
I'm just going to pretend Adrian Sutil's move in practice for the Canada GP was intentional.
Just a reminder, Adrian Sutil, returning F1 driver for Force India, was found guilty of cutting a man in the neck with a broken champagne glass.
Force India's Adrian Sutil and Renault majority shareholder Eric Lux were apparently involved in fisticuffs following the Chinese Grand Prix at a night club called M1NT. Sutil left with scars, Lux walked out of a VIP room bleeding, and Lewis Hamilton had to be removed by bodyguards.
Whispers of team orders clouds a brainy race in Barcelona, where most of the action happened in the pits and in the tactical computers. Warning: spoilers below.