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GP Week : Issue 175
Paul Di Resta feels that he is ready to lead Force India in 2013. The Scot has said that, with teammate Nico Hulkenberg confirmed as a Sauber driver next season, he feels ready to assume the role of senior driver in the team. “I’m not a bit worried,” he told Brazil’s Totalrace. “It’s a team policy not to discuss it, but I’m not worried.” Di Resta is currently 13th in the World Drivers Championship on 46 points, one spot and three points behind Hulkenberg. Neither is di Resta fazed by the notion that the team may pick a well-backed rookie driver for next season because of sponsorship considerations. “I feel I could handle a rookie on the team, as well as someone competitive,” he said. “I feel I have enough experience and have been a part of this team long enough (for either).” DI RESTA IS READY F1 >>> NEWS TICKETS & MEMBERSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE The F1 Art Breakfast Exhibiting Photography by Sutton Images. Gold at the Four Seasons Hotel Austin Saturday, November 17th 7:00AM - 10:00AM www.goldatthefour.com www.bluatthew.com The Italian Formula One press are this week getting into a lather about a ‘rubber’ tip to the nose of the RB8. The furore started when footage of a Red Bull pit stop in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix appeared to show that the nose, which seemed to twist as it was replaced, was made of an unspecified rubbery material. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the FIA have said that asthetipofthenoseisnota structural component of the car, it is not subject to the same rigidity tests as other elements. As such, the mystery material would appear to be legal. RUBBERY FIGURES? ... 7 GPWEEK.com // 7 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: