Paul di Resta's manager Richard Goddard fears for his driver's future after a difficult second half to the 2013 season. The Scottish racer has failed to score a point since the British Grand Prix in July.
His 2013 season started in impressive style with a strong run of points finishes, including a fourth place at the Bahrain Grand Prix. He scored in every race between China and Great Britain but has registered three retirements and three non-scores since then.
Goddard is worried about di Resta's future as Force India consider their options for 2014. He feels that whist his driver's results haven't been good enough, the changes made to the Pirelli tyres and the team's underperformance has...
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