Di Resta: making the direct approach work

Di Resta: making the direct approach work

In a sport all about perception, some have written Paul di Resta off as a decent performer and nothing more. But as Edd Straw argues, the Scot's direct manner is increasingly yielding results

Two-thirds of the way through Q2 in Bahrain, the graphic indicating an imminent Paul di Resta radio message appeared on the television coverage.

The straight-talking Scot has become something of a cult figure for his direct - some might say angry - style of communication to the team over the radio and those expecting a forceful comment don't go unrewarded.

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