Paul di Resta ready to 'work hard' to keep seat at Force India

Edinburgh, Oct 10 (ANI): Force India driver Paul di Resta has vowed to dig deep for the sake of saving not just this season but potentially his Formula One career.

According to The Scotsman, After almost three years in the sport, Di Resta hit a nadir on Sunday in South Korea when he retired for the fourth successive race to leave him without a point from his last six.

At a time when Force India are reviewing their driver line-up for next season, Di Resta could not have picked a worse time to suddenly run into a patch of wretched form, the report said.

The mid-season switch of tyres by Pirelli has not helped the cause of either Di Resta or Force India as the 26-year-old Scot had picked up points in seven of the first eight races, the report added.

Asked whether he was growing anxious about next season, Di Resta said that at the end of the day he could deliver when he is given the tools to deliver, according to the report.

However, he agreed that the place at which he is in right now after what happened over the past few races, was not a great place to be, adding that he had a tremendous run of points before that but now the times were hard. (ANI)

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