Di Resta impressed with new Sahara Force India car
Paul di Resta
The 25-year-old Scot, who finished a creditable 13th last year after accumulating 27 points, believes Force India's unusual "hammerhead" VFM05 will make the team a more consistent threat.
"There's a bit more pressure on me this year as I'm not a rookie any more," di Resta said at the VFM05's launch at Silverstone yesterday.
"But with what the guys have achieved with the car, I can't wait to get in it now. This season we're going for a stronger start, to finish where we left off after a good end to last season.
"Last year we met our ambitions of finishing sixth in the constructors' (championship), so now we'll just push on from there," said Di Resta.