F1 » di Resta lauds 'massive' result, 'no hard feelings' towards Hamilton


Following three races in which Lady Luck had stubbornly refused to shine upon him, Force India F1 2011 rookie Paul di Resta admits seventh place at the Hungaroring was a 'massive' result - despite Lewis Hamilton nearly spoiling his party...

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FooAtari - Unregistered

August 02, 2011 10:35 AM

He has speed and talent by the bucket load. As far as I remember he bet Vettel to the F3 Euro championship. Only reason he didn't get to F1 sooner was he didn't have the baking of a huge company behind him. Like Red Bull for example...

Ben M - Unregistered

August 02, 2011 12:53 PM

"Whilst di Resta tallied six markers for both himself and Force India in the team's quest to stave off Scuderia Toro Rosso behind and wrest sixth position away from Sauber in the constructors' standings..."

Wow Crash, wow. I've seen some amazing waffle in my time but that's another level of pointless filler!

Anyway, 7th is about the best anyone outside of the top three teams can hope for at the moment, with RBR/McL/Ferrari managing to finish most races and being miles ahead of the competition.

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