Paul di Resta will remain Williams’ reserve driver for a second season, the team has announced. The ex-Force India racer joined the team last year.
Williams has confirmed Paul di Resta will return to F1 as their reserve driver, three years after he was dropped from Force India’s race team.
Jules Bianchi has been handed a three-place grid penalty for impeding Paul di Resta during qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix.
Paul di Resta says he is still not sure what caused his crash in the closing stages of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Paul di Resta claimed the credit for the call on tyres which almost helped him take pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix.
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Paul di Resta has been excluded from the results of qualifying after stewards found his car was under the minimum weight limit.
Paul di Resta says Force India are focused on trying to stay ahead of McLaren in the early stages of the 2013 season.
Paul di Resta said the Malaysian Grand Prix was a missed opportunity after both Force Indias retired with wheel nut problems.
Paul di Resta says the decision to pit during Q2 which cost him a chance to get into the top ten was down to his team.
Paul di Resta said he was pleased Force India scored seventh and eighth place in the Australian Grand Prix but believed he should have been the driver in seventh place.
Paul di Resta sympathised with Jules Bianchi and congratulated Adrian Sutil on returning to Force India as his team mate.
Paul di Resta says Force India need to make a stronger start to 2013 than they made last season.
Paul di Resta says he could have beaten the Mercedes in the Italian Grand Prix had it not been for his qualifying penalty.
Paul di Resta will lose five places on the grid for the Italian Grand Prix.
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