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Interview with Paul di Resta: Pre 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix

by Team ZigWheels Posted on 20 Mar 2013 430 Views

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After a good start to the season, Paul di Resta talks about the upcoming Malaysian Grand Prix and how rainfall can change the course of the race in Sepang

Paul di Resta, Sahara Force India F1 team

 

 

Paul, what’s your overall feeling about finishing eighth in the first race?

It’s positive to have four points on the board already, but it’s a shame I was stuck behind Jenson at the beginning of my second stint. He was running a three-stop race and essentially that’s what lost me a lot of track positions. We’ve got some things we need to pick up on and we can definitely make some improvements, but we’re in a good place to start the season. Also, we’ve seen already that we can make a stop less than some of our competitors so let's see if that remains the case in Malaysia.

 

Any thoughts on Malaysia?

You never know what to expect! It could rain, or it could be dry. Temperatures are going to be high, degradation is going to be high, but I think our car is going to suit the warm weather. We’ve had a reasonably strong performance for the last couple of years in Malaysia, so I think we should go there feeling quite optimistic. We have a few days to conquer the jet lag and hopefully be fighting fit.

 

Is it a track you enjoy?

I think it is probably one of the most complete tracks of the season. It was the very first of the new generation tracks and it has nice flowing sections, some slow bits, as well as high-speed chicanes. I think it’s one of the better tracks on the calendar. Along with the next one in Shanghai, it’s one of the tracks I enjoy.

 

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