Sahara Force India
Force India driver Paul di Resta says that the team needs to improve its one lap pace ahead of qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix.
Di Resta was eleventh quickest in second practice, just a thousandth of a second behind team-mate Adrian Sutil.
'It was quite a successful session and right from the first run I felt in the groove with the car,' he said.
'The long run pace looks promising and our tyre wear seems comparable to our rivals, which is a good sign. The area we need to improve is our one-lap pace so we will work hard tonight and hopefully find some gains ahead of final practice.'
'We worked hard to find the ideal balance and in the morning there was more...
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