Sutil, who began his career in 2007 with Force India's former guise Spyker, was at Sauber's Hinwil headquarters for a seat fitting in the new C33, which has already passed the FIA's static and dynamic crash tests.
The photo of Sutil can be seen at https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BbwacMRIIAAGF3U.jpg:large
It is not Sutil's first visit to Hinwil. Team boss Monisha Kaltenborn said he actually visited "at the end of September to have a look at the infrastructure".
"Although I have known for a while where I wanted to go," Sutil added, "in the end the negotiations took a bit longer than planned."
And he told F1's official website this week: "I felt that it was time for a change and we worked hard for it for months to make it happen."
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