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Force India team chief Vijay Mallya is very satisfied with the mature approach of Paul di Resta. The young Brit had a tricky season end in 2012, but is back. According to team boss

Paul di Resta had to contend with problems to his chassis, making it very difficult for him to keep. Teammate Nico Hülkenberg at the end of last season Di Resta has these problems during the winter left behind, which translates into a strong start to the current Formula 1 season.

“It shows how mature driver Paul di Resta is like,” Vijay Mallya evaluates the performance of its driver.

“He is very consistent and we reap the fruits of his hard work. Paul was not easy for the last few races of 2012. However now he shows that he has mental resilience. He will definitely grow as a driver and he also encourages to pick up. “each team member to the maximum of itself

Paul di Resta came in Bahrain near his first podium. Vijay Mallya sees no reason why Di Resta and Adrian Sutil can not go again in Barcelona for podium: “We arrived last race very close and that is why we are extra optimistic about our chances The hard work of everybody pays off and that hope. we show. “weekend again


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