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Di Resta sits out Suzuka

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Paul di Resta will sit out practice for the Japanese Grand Prix once again as Force India wants Adrian Sutil and Tony Liuzzi to evaluate updates at Suzuka.

After missing out in Singapore, di Resta was philosophical after being told he would not be driving in Japan. "It's such an important time in the year that we need to play the team game and give ourselves every advantage we can.

"The team will have some new aero tweaks to try out so Adrian and Tonio need the time to get used to them and give some feedback for the race.

"As I've not seen the track before and in fact never been to Japan it will still be another new experience for me. Suzuka is one of those places you hear so much about - all the drivers love it and talk about the challenges of each corner so I can't wait to see it for myself.

"There's so much history about it, with world championships decided there some years, so I'm sure it will be a very special place to be at, particularly when there's so much at stake this year as well."

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