Sutil set for Force India comeback after Bianchi ruled out

Zeenews Sports Bureau

London: Germany`s Adrian Sutil will make a comeback for Force India as they ruled Frenchman Jules Bianchi out of the reckoning for the last remaining race seat in Formula One on Wednesday.

Bianchi`s manager Nicolas Todt said on Wednesday he had not got the seat.

"Jules Bianchi will not be Paul Di Resta`s team-mate," Todt said.

Sutil lost his Force India seat after he was found guilty of attacking Eric Lux, the co-owner of Lotus, with a champagne glass in a Shanghai bar during 2011 Chinese Grand Prix. Following the incident, Lux required 24 stitches for the wound.

While Bianchi could continue as Force India`s reserve driver, Ferrari have also expressed an interest in having him as an understudy to Fernando Alonso and Massa.