Di Resta plans to split with his manager Hamilton

The Telegraph published on Wednesday that Force India speedy Paul di Resta to separation with his management by Anthony Hamilton. The father of McLaren guy Lewis Hamilton, initially he was worked with his Lewis and separated at end of 2010 F1 season. In 2011 he was joins with di Resta.

Telegraph, the taking apart is believed to have occurred several weeks ago, but both parties have so far declined to comment over the matter. It remains to be seen whether the break-up could be relate to di Resta’s plans for next season, with many sources pointing him towards Mercedes should Michael Schumacher decide to retire.

And the reports now out in the open, di Resta can expect to receive numerous questions over the matter as the sport descends on Silverstone for the British Grand Prix.

Hamilton talked up the possibility of a Mercedes drive at the end of last year, touting the 26 year-old as a future world champion.

“I’m extremely proud of Paul, he’s so level-headed,” he said. “Yes, he’s quiet, but it’s what you do on the track that’s most important.

“Paul has been a champion at every level he’s raced at: karting, Formula Three and DTM. Paul’s junior category CV is more substantial than Sebastian’s [Vettel] in some ways, and I expect him to do the same in F1. I believe that in him we are looking at a future world champion.”

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