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Hamilton and Di Resta reach settlement

Anthony Hamilton and Paul di Resta's relationship fell apart in 2012 Press Association Enlarge Anthony Hamilton and Paul di Resta have reached an out-of-court settlement to bring to an end a bitter legal dispute. Hamilton brought the case against the Scot in July 2012 for breach of contract after being sacked as his manager when he was a driver at Force India. Also at the centre of the dispute was a 5.5 million (£4.3 million) deal with energy drinks company Go Fast, and whether money linked to Di Resta's image rights ended up in an account run by the Hamilton family. The Telegraph reports the High Court heard how Di Resta alleged he was deceived by Hamilton, who he accused of using a...
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