F1 » Stewart: Ferrari should sign di Resta

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

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May 10, 2012 6:13 PM
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There have been quite a few F1 drivers named after Scottish places as well, we have Eddie Irvine, Lulu Hamilton, Stirling Moss, Johnny Dumfries, Denny Hulme and not forgetting Air Town Center......


May 10, 2012 6:36 PM

Ghog. I agree, Sir Jackie's safety campaign, drivers rights, etc. He's one of a kind.

And CAN AM, the best flatout, balls to the wall racing I ever saw, Best American series ever.
Even my screen saver is a Donahues's 917/10K with a turbo charged 900 horsepower 5 liter flat-12.

As for keyboard trolls, what can you do? there just part and parcell to the www.

Angelina - Unregistered

May 10, 2012 7:28 PM

These Scots should stop bigging up their guy.

Richard and ronsgoldenboy are right.

Population of the country is not a factor to consider. China should have world champions if that is the factor. And I hope (not sure) that Scotland has a reasonably good economy and definitely better than developing countries like China.


May 10, 2012 7:37 PM
Last Edited 1372 days ago

EDIT by CRASH.NET! Inappropriate comments removed.

Anyway on topic I believe that di Resta will be a consistent podium finisher on a top level team and a race winner he has extreme maturity and great race pace and race craft!


May 10, 2012 9:19 PM


I used to go to Tech College once a week in Huntingdon in the 60's, would always make a de-tour to go past the Lola facory just to get a look at what was going on there.
My last memory is that of a stack of T70 body shells in the yard awaiting prep!

Alhough my favorite CAN-AM car was the Maclaren, just looked great in orange.

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