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Williams, Renault name reserve drivers

williams, renault name reserve drivers
Two Formula One teams have announced reserve drivers for the season that starts this weekend at the Australian GP, with Paul Di Resta joining Williams and Nicholas Latifi signing for Renault.
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Di Resta joins Williams as reserve driver

PARIS - British driver Paul Di Resta said Monday he will join the Williams team as reserve driver for the Formula One season which gets under way in Melbourne this weekend.
Bangkok Post Also reported by •Sport.co.ukAutosportBBC Sport

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Williams reserve role for Di Resta

Paul Di Resta will act as Williams' official reserve driver in the forthcoming season.
Sporting Life

Di Resta is key addition - Williams

di resta is key addition - williams
Williams confirm Scotland's Paul di Resta as reserve driver, saying his racing knowledge "will be invaluable".
BBC Sport

DTM: Mercedes drivers want DTM changes

Mercedes DTM drivers Gary Paffett, Paul di Resta and Robert Wickens have called for changes to the series' sporting regulations
Autosport

DTM: Di Resta targets DTM qualifying gains

Mercedes driver Paul di Resta acknowledges he has to get it right more often in qualifying in 2016 if he is to challenge for a second DTM title
Autosport

US Grand Prix 2015: Jolyon Palmer the latest Briton to tackle F1 - but he is the next Hamilton or Di Resta?

Three Britons since Lewis Hamilton have tried and failed to break into the super-competitive world of Formula One. Now it's Jolyon Palmer's turn
Telegraph.co.uk

DTM: Di Resta heads Saturday practice

Paul di Resta led the way for Mercedes in second practice for the DTM finale at Hockenheim
Autosport

DTM: Molina edges di Resta in DTM practice

Audi's Miguel Molina edged out Mercedes driver Paul di Resta in Friday practice for the penultimate DTM round at the Nurburgring
Autosport

Di Resta hoping for change of fortunes

Mercedes' Paul di Resta is hoping his current barren run of form will soon be over after failing to register any points at Zandvoort.
Crash.Net

di Resta confident of Mercedes comeback

Paul di Resta says his rostrum finish in the DTM season opener was a relief and hopes to use it as a platform for the rest of the year
Crash.Net

DTM: Mercedes overhaul is 'paying off'

Paul di Resta believes that Mercedes' massive overhaul is paying off, as they head to this weekend's second round of the DTM season with podiums already on the board
Autosport

DTM: Drivers praise B-spec DTM Mercedes

Mercedes has definitely made a step forward with its B-Spec DTM car, according to drivers Paul di Resta and Garry Paffett
Autosport

Di Resta ‘satisfied’ to qualify in top ten

Mercedes’ Paul di Resta says he’s satisfied with his top ten qualifying performance for tomorrow’s Hockenheim DTM finale but admits time was left on the table.
Crash.Net

Di Resta pleased with Mercedes improvement

2010 DTM champion Paul di Resta believes Mercedes are now finally on the right track following his fourth place finish at the Nurburgring.
Crash.Net

di Resta 'positive' he will get another chance

Paul di Resta says he hasn’t given up on Formula 1 and that he will do "whatever he can to fulfil that ambition".
Crash.Net


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