F1 » Di Resta expects improvements

Paul di Resta says he hopes Force India can build on an encouraging season so far as the F1 campaign goes on

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Darzetboy - Unregistered

July 24, 2012 5:30 PM

Reckon you are spot on Taz. The top teams are always bringing in updates on a massive scale for virtually every race now. It is getting ever harder for the middle order teams, and damn near impossible for those at the tail end.

Dylan - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 2:21 AM

Di Resta and Hulkenberg and Force India remember me exactly the same as Cal and Dovi and Tech 3. Cal was so hyped up by the British media for some good reasons and some not but clearly Dovi was being the more complete package. Di Resta is clearly not being as complete as Hulkenberg who has shown more speed during races and better understand of setups. Di Resta is going with some crazy strategies exactly for this reason. In the paddock it's clear Di Resta is not seeing as good as Hulkenberg but let's keep the hype train going because somehow some of the British media decided Di Resta is the man!

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