Paul di Resta1986-04-16 (age 34)
United Autosports drivers Phil Hanson, Bruno Senna and Paul di Resta believe they had a “second place and a possible victory taken away” at Watkins Glen after di Resta was hit by the CORE autosport car.
Paul di Resta topped Saturday's DTM qualifying session at the Hungaroring as fellow Mercedes driver Lucas Auer's last-ditch effort was ruined by a mistake.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta has been announced as the United Autosports LMP2 team's final driver for this year's Le Mans 24 Hours.
Juan Pablo Montoya has entered the frame for a Le Mans 24 Hours drive with the United Autosports LMP2 team – but team principal Richard Dean insists that no deal has yet been signed with the Colombian.
United Autosports driver Paul di Resta has described the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship's Prototype class Balance of Performance system as an "embarrassing waste of time".
Former Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta will compete for the United Autosports team in another two IMSA endurance races following his sportscar debut at Daytona.
Four drivers from Mercedes' DTM 2017 roster have been retained for the marque's final season in the category, the Stuttgart manufacturer has confirmed.
Jaguar driver Paul di Resta topped the morning session of Formula E’s rookie test in Marrakesh, which was briefly interrupted by a dog running onto the circuit.
Formula 1 star Fernando Alonso will turn his first laps at Daytona International Speedway this week as he gears up for the Rolex 24 Hours later this month.
Felipe Massa has questioned the credibility of both Robert Kubica and Paul di Resta as potential Williams drivers for the 2018 Formula 1 season.
Williams 2018 Formula 1 seat contender Paul di Resta will make his sportscar racing debut with United Autosports in next year's Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Paul di Resta completed a “busy” day of testing in a 2014 Williams at the Hungaroring on Wednesday as the team continues to evaluate options for its 2018 Formula 1 line-up.
Testing Robert Kubica and Paul di Resta in 2014 cars will not give Williams enough information to judge their 2018 Formula 1 seat potential, reckons Felipe Massa.
Williams will evaluate Robert Kubica’s potential for a 2018 Formula 1 seat with two one-day tests in a 2014-spec Formula 1 car, while Paul di Resta also gets some running.