F1 » Di Resta admits Force India exit likely


Paul di Resta suggests he won't be with Force India for F1 2014 but could remain on the grid with Sauber

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Taz

December 11, 2013 10:56 AM

richard: taz. well, he had that until ah stepped in!:D D


AH's court action will do him no favors in the long run. No other driver will want to be managed by him. I have no idea why PDR went down that route, not like he had a proven track record.

ZEDX

December 11, 2013 11:57 AM

Excellent choice of photo! ... "Mr Glum" just-about sums him up! Seems to be "thinking" his way out of F1 ! He was unsure of his seat at Force India this time last year... don't you ever talk to VJ, Paul? Try asking someone! Apparently,lots of drivers/managers have been talking to Sauber over the last month or so.... that looks a very remote possibility. What happened to the Indy car scenario? err, no-one called you back, Paul ?? I think the addition of this court case in his life currently, has only added to his downbeat demeanour!

Texas Roadhouse

December 11, 2013 1:06 PM

@Yes yes yes

Would you want Raikkonen in your team? Of course you would! His attitude to non-driving duties is well known.

The media bear a large responsibility here (including Crash) in selecting pictures that fit with the by-line they have posted.

His on-track performance should be what matters, and in that, he delivered this year - particularly prior to the tyre changes.

theoldgitspeaks

December 11, 2013 1:22 PM

He deserves a better drive and Force India are one of the more financially dodgy teams on the grid so I believe he is better of out of there. Sauber is hardly a better option as neither of these teams is going anywhere except into bankruptcy. He should get a good Indy car drive and make a shed load of money there is no point in messing around in the bottom half of the F1 grid year after year it does'nt do anyone any favours.

sprulz

December 11, 2013 1:25 PM

Yes Yes Yes Leave Me Alone: Would you wanna employ this guy? Travel the world with him and have him represent your company and sponsors?

I certainly wouldn't! Dull as ditchwater IMO.

And Raikkonen is a very chirpy fellow isn't he? Cool guy sure, but he isn't exactly the warming kinda guy either, is he? Let the results speak for themselves.

Liam48

December 11, 2013 3:38 PM

Money speaks over talent here!

Paul on merit deserves a place in F1 a lot more than drivers that have got a place and I hope he stays in F1 as his attitude to media is something I like.

If you like Raikkonen's attitude then di Resta's isn't too far off!

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