F1 » Di Resta apologises for Korea crash

Paul di Resta has apologised to the Force India team for the lap 26 accident which saw him run off at turn 11 and crash out of the Korean Grand Prix.

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October 06, 2013 5:52 PM

I don't think hanging on to his drive will be the problem as Sutil has proven to be at least as ill-fated as di Resta has. The big worry for di Resta will be that he will have started and ended his f1 career driving the same car.


October 06, 2013 6:25 PM

Not so long ago he was being touted for a top drive, now he's gone 6 races without scoring a point. The tyre change certainly screwed Force India but he can't blame the tyres for his recent mistakes.


October 06, 2013 7:43 PM

He is loosing his head, signs of a frustrated driver. Is not easy to keep cool when you are driving an average car for the third year in succesion but is very important if you want to perform well ad to attract the attention of better teams. Hulkenberg is doing it very well and I believe that he will beat di Resta again at the final standings. That's why I rate Hulkenberg so much. Paul reminds me Fisichella at his early career at Jordan, Benetton and Sauber. If he has a decent car he does impress. When the car is not good he is completely anonimous and makes many mistakes.


October 06, 2013 9:06 PM

I agree with Firestorm to some degree and think that he needs to catch a break. The problem of course is that you don't usually catch breaks, you earn them.

I still feel that di Resta is a good option for one of the top 4 teams and would have certainly done more with the Ferrari of Massa or the Lotus of Grosjean than they have this year.


October 07, 2013 12:27 AM

Not looking good is it? ... Mind you, Sutil doesn't seem to be getting any more out of the car either! Yes, I think DiResta is getting a bit frustrated with the car's lack of progress. He probably knows that this is as good as his career is going to get! Perhaps it's time for some fresh faces at Force India?

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