Force India have announced that they will stand by their driver Adrian Sutil for this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.
The German driver has been accused of causing harm to the CEO of the Genii group at a nightclub following the Shanghai Grand Prix.
The team's statement read that they are "fully committed to its driver line-up at this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix."
However, does the fact that this specific Grand Prix is mentioned mean that they will reconsider their number one driver's position in the coming weeks? Sutil has struggled to keep pace with rookie team mate Paul di Resta, and with a highly respected reserve driver - Nico Hulkenberg - waiting eagerly for a race seat, Sutil may have his work cut out to keep his drive.
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