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Last few weeks some reports say that Force India speedy Paul di Resta was linked with Ferrari and McLaren for future seat. But last weekend McLaren closed the future rumours and announced that Sauber’s Sergio Perez to replace Lewis Hamilton with multi-year deal.

Currently two best opportunities available in Formula 1 on Sauber and Ferrari, Italian squad still undecided about Massa’s future.

On Thursday at Suzuka, well formed Paul di Resta says that still not confirmed about future race seat. But expecting hopeful things are succeeding well.

Last race weekend at Marina Bay circuit the Brit Paul di Resta took his best F1 career finish with fourth place and currently he 11th in the drivers’ championship just one point ahead of Michael Schumacher.

“Nothing at the moment. Our team policy is to not talk about driver contracts and there is not much more I can say.” Di Resta explains about the future plan.

“Things have progressed quite a bit since Singapore and I am sure reactions from that will be sorted soon.”

“I’ve always said coming through my career and into F1 that the important thing is winning races and championship, and whenever the opportunity is given that is the position I want to be in,” di Resta said.

“With Force India my mentality is different and results like Singapore are big, that is the situation we are in. I have six races now to do a job under the contract I am in.”


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