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Paul di Resta: Force India will much stronger in 2013



Paul di Resta believes that Force India will much stronger in 2013 F1 season, and also he added looking a year back and then two years forward, the basics are clearly getting superior.

Last month Force India board approved a £50 million investment to improve its technology for upcoming season and he expecting the financial boost will lift-up their 2013 performance.

Force India set in seventh in the constructors’ championship for this season, falling one place evaluated to 2011 following being beaten to sixth by Sauber F1 team.

“I suppose in some ways you can be happy that the rules aren’t changing too much next year because the car will be much stronger next year as it is only an evolution that we will be using. said di Resta.

“So there’s no great philosophy change really, it’s just working on the small things really. The things that make a difference.”

“I think ultimately you shouldn’t really be looking at next year because I think you should be looking a year back and then two years forward, the foundations are obviously getting bigger and there’s a great level of investment coming.”

“For a team like this you will get true benefits for it, but I think you see that for years to come as opposed to the near future. The Brit added.

“Given the way this team works and the small network it has, I think it will build upon something.”

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