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Di Resta: Force India will good race pace for tomorrow

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Despite Paul di Resta thinks that he fail from the front row in the strong qualifying performance at Valencia, but he made top tenth in the Valencia race grid.

The Force India duo made a fantastic qualifying pace in Q1 and Q2, but they are not well performed in Q3 for the reason that steering wheel locking and di Resta made a mistake in his flying lap end.

“It was a strong qualifying session but I feel I could have been higher up the grid because I didn’t get the perfect lap together in Q3.” Paul said.

“We were the quickest car in Q2 and if I could have repeated that lap time in Q3 I would have been a couple of rows higher up the grid.”

“I was trying to squeeze a little bit extra from the car but I locked a wheel and lost time in the final sector.” The Brit added.

“I will try and focus on the positives because we have been strong in all the sessions, the car is well dialled into the circuit, and I think we will have good race pace for tomorrow.”


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