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Paul Di Resta discusses his future with Sky Sports F1 after qualifying in Brazil

Scot admits he may miss out on a race seat in 2014

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 23/11/13 7:11pm

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Force India's Paul Di Resta says his future is still up in the air but is hoping to stay in Formula One next year.

Paul Di Resta joined the Sky Sports F1 in the paddock after qualifying 12th for the Brazilian Grand Prix and admitted this weekend could be his last in the sport until at least 2015.

The Scot's future at Force India is far from certain with Nico Hulkenberg strongly linked with a return to his former employers and both Sergio Perez and Adrian Sutil also hoping to secure a drive with the Silverstone-based team.

Di Resta says he still has a lot to offer in F1 to any outfit, but admits he has looked at options outside of the sport should he miss out in the driver market.

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