Formula 1 racing driver Adrian Sutil apparently got into an altercation with the majority shareholder of Lotus Renault, Eric Lux after the Chinese GP.
Formula 1 racing driver Adrian Sutil apparently got into an altercation with the majority shareholder of Lotus Renault, Eric Lux after the Chinese GP. No one really knows why the altercation happened, but what is clear is that Mr Lux was forced to leave Shanghai’s exclusive M1NT venue with a neck wound that needed stitches.The Force India driver has apologised for his part in the incident, but also said it was all an unfortunate accident, 'At the event, which I attended as a private person, something happened which was a very unfortunate action on my part. I injured another person completely unintentionally.' This statement was backed up a Lotus Renault spokesman who said 'I can confirm that there has been an incident on Sunday after the Chinese GP involving Eric Lux, from Genii Capital. Lotus Renault GP is however not in a position to make any comments, as it is a private matter between Eric and the other person.' The whole incident has been kept private, and the FIA are not investigating the matter.