Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil shared their disappointment after scoring Force India's second consecutive race outside of the points. Both drivers struggled with the Pirelli tyres, di Resta losing out in the final stint with worn rubber and Sutil failing to get the performance out of his tyre compounds.
Finish in 11th and 14th was a far cry from their early season and both drivers were left deflated by their Japanese Grand Prix result. Paul di Resta was on course for a points finish before he was hit by tyre problems and he dropped behind the battling Jenson Button and Felipe Massa.
Explaining the race from his perspective he said: 'At the start of the race I didn’t get a good launch and...
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