F1 » Stewart: Ferrari should sign di Resta


Jackie Stewart reckons Paul di Resta would be a good choice for Ferrari

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Snail

May 10, 2012 3:16 PM

@ David Hollis, I could list so many Scottish inventions which we should be grateful for that I would have no room on this forum, but to name a few: Steam engine,Tarmac,telephone,TV,radar,Logarithms, refridgerator,lawn mower Penicillin etc. etc. We English are so lucky to have such brilliant neighbours.

Taipan

May 10, 2012 3:39 PM

Taz, Some Say...... he was bitten by a haggis some time ago and never fully recovered! :p

Liam's right Scotland's record of F1 drivers is quite amazing given it's population, only Finland and Austria (thanks to Niki) can really compare.

richard

May 10, 2012 3:49 PM

ty, are you forgetting jochen? the only posthumous wdc?

taz. you know full well that i have scottish ancestry, and even my full name includes a scottish clan name. further, i have defended jackie, jim and dc on many many occassions. so awa with ye, the noo!

ronsgoldenboy

May 10, 2012 4:40 PM

What is it with the men from north of Hadrian's wall.
Di resta has done nothing to suggest he could offer anything to Ferrari they are in need of a driver who can help them get the most out of a car which is not performing, not an apprentice or an understudy.
Anyway the last time the Ferrari current no1 faced an apprentice history was made.

Next i can see Jackie saying that DC should be regarded as a GOAT for his 13 GP wins in 15 years.

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