Adrian Sutil and Paul Di Resta have been left disappointed by their one-lap speed during qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix. Both drivers failed to make it through to the top 10 shoot-out with Di Resta exiting in Q1 and Sutil in Q2.
Di Resta will start the Singapore Grand Prix from 17th on the grid, admitting that he has struggled for one-lap pace all weekend. Speaking in a team statement he said: 'I think we simply didn’t have enough speed today and all weekend I’ve been struggling with my one-lap pace. I think we are more optimised for the race and the speed looks better over long runs, with low degradation of the tyres.'
He added: 'But we’ve got some work to do tomorrow if we...
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