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New DTM cars faster than ex-F1 driver Paul di Resta expected

This year's revamped DTM cars are proving faster than Mercedes driver Paul di Resta anticipated

Formula 1 experience helpful for new 2017 DTM rules - di Resta

Former Force India driver Paul di Resta hopes his Formula 1 experience will help him adapt to changes being made in the DTM for 2017

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Williams keep faith with Di Resta

williams keep faith with di resta
Williams have opted to keep Scotland's Paul Di Resta as their reserve driver for the forthcoming Formula One campaign.

Williams retains Paul di Resta in reserve role

Paul di Resta will stay on as Williams Martini Racing's reserve driver alongside Felipe Massa and F1 rookie Lance Stroll.
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Paul di Resta: Williams retain Scot as reserve driver for 2017

paul di resta: williams retain scot as reserve driver for 2017
British driver Paul di Resta is retained by Williams as reserve to Felipe Massa and Lance Stroll in 2017.
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Williams F1 team keeps di Resta as reserve driver

Williams has retained Paul di Resta as its Formula 1 reserve driver for 2017

Paul Di Resta retained as Williams' reserve driver

Britain's Paul Di Resta has been retained by Williams as their reserve driver for the forthcoming Formula One campaign..

Anthony Hamilton tells the story behind his new project – Kicktrix

How do you raise the next Andy Murray, the next Laura Trott, the next Gareth Bale? Anthony Hamilton, father and former manager of three-time Formula One world champion Lewis, should have some..
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Di Resta ends 2016 on a 'productive' note

Mercedes' Paul di Resta bounces back from a turbulent second half of 2016 to score his first DTM podium since Moscow at the Hockenheim finale.

Tom Blomqvist confident of securing another DTM podium spot at...

tom blomqvist confident of securing another dtm podium spot at...
Tom Blomqvist hopes to continue his excellent form and secure another place on the podium when the DTM resumes at the Hungaroring this weekend. After back-to-back finishes in the top three at the..
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Di Resta 'optimistic' despite Zandvoort 'question mark'

HWA's Paul di Resta is hopeful 'a new philosophy' on how to approach to Zandvoort will help Mercedes tackle their recent lean spell at the Dutch circuit.

Di Resta rues 'tough race' despite points score

Paul di Resta: I lost a lot of downforce on the rear of the car after the contact with Ekstrm. That meant I had to fight the whole race.

Di Resta: Norisring can't come quick enough

HWA Mercedes driver Paul di Resta is hoping for a change in fortune at the Norisring this weekend after slipping down the DTM standings.

Di Resta retains DTM points lead

Despite only scoring six points over the Austrian DTM weekend Mercedes' Paul di Resta maintains his slender championship lead.

Green snatches Red Bull Ring DTM pole, points leader di Resta last

Audi's Jamie Green stole pole for Sunday's second DTM race at the Red Bull Ring in Austria, displacing BMW driver Antonio Felix da Costa at the end of qualifying

'Buoyant' Di Resta hoping to stretch DTM points lead

Hockenheim winner Paul di Resta travels to rounds three and four of the DTM with the hope of building upon his early points lead at Austria's Red Bull Ring

Mercedes' Paul di Resta surprised to lead DTM points with new car

Paul di Resta admits he is surprised to be leading the DTM points after the first event with Mercedes' new C63 race car

Di Resta: Lean spell lasted 'longer than wished'

Mercedes' Paul di Resta expresses his relief in ending a near six-year victory drought after winning the second DTM race at the Hockenheimring.

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