James Calado professed himself "happy" with his practice debut for Force India at the Italian Grand Prix on Friday.The 24-year-old Briton, who was confirmed as the Silverstone-based team's third driver earlier this week, ended the opening session 17th fastest overall.
Calado momentarily left the track towards the end of his 90-minute run but still got to within about 0.4s of the time set by team-mate Paul di Resta during the 24 laps he completed.
"It was quite a strange feeling but I got used to everything and I think we did a good job," said Calado, who took the place of Adrian Sutil. "We got a good balance that Adrian will progress on to FP2 so I was happy....
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