Di Resta impressed with new Sahara Force India car
Force India driver Paul di Resta vowed to build on his impressive debut season in Formula One as his team unveiled their new-look car for the 2012 season here yesterday.
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.