Paul di Resta is relishing the prospect of again going head to head with Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel after finally securing his place in Formula One. Di Resta will join world champions Hamilton and Vettel on the grid for the new campaign as Force India have put their faith in the 24-year-old Scot.
After taking part in eight Friday morning practice sessions last year Di Resta has replaced Vitantonio Liuzzi, who is rumoured to be joining Hispania provided he can find the money required.
For Di Resta, who last year combined his F1 duties with clinching the DTM (German touring car) title, it is the culmination of a long journey that began when he was three years old in karting. It was during those formative years that Di Resta first competed against Hamilton from the age of eight and Vettel when he was 13.
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