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Di Resta wants 'back in F1'

Paul di Resta is refusing to give up on returning to the Formula 1 grid, confident he is still young enough to "make it happen." Despite outscoring team-mate Adrian Sutil by 48 points to 29, it was the German who managed to find a new seat when Force India opted to change their entire driver line-up. Without the sponsorship that would help to secure a new drive, di Resta was left out in the cold and returned to DTM with Mercedes. The 28-year-old Scot, though, hasn't given up on returning to F1. "I loved F1; I enjoyed every single thing about it," he said in an interview with the Scottish Herald newspaper. "It's the best racing there is and you are up...
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