Paul di Resta has apologised to his Force India team after crashing out of the Korean Grand Prix. The Scot lost control of his car on at turn 12 on lap 29, hitting the barrier and retiring from the race.
It was a disappointing day for Force India after team-mate Adrian Sutil also retired due to crash damage. With McLaren scoring another double point's finish, they continue to slip back in their fight for fifth in the constructor's.
Explaining his race exit in a team statement di Resta said: 'I have to hold my hands up and apologise to the team. Maybe I took a little bit too much kerb and that’s sent me off the track. The way we’ve set the car up means it has been quite edgy and...
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