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Di Resta penalised over change of gearbox

The Scotsman great weekend got a little set back as he will get a five-place grid penalty for Sunday. | Updated with Qualifying |
Saturday, September 8, 2012

MONZA, Italy, Sept 8, 2012 (AFP) - British Formula One driver Paul di Resta will be relegated five places on the grid for the Italian Grand Prix because of a change of gearbox it was announced on Saturday.

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This 'pole' achievement confirms the good momentum the Force India team is having, since both drivers finished in the points last weekend at Spa-Francorchamps with Hulkenberg claiming a fourth, the best of his career.

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The 26-year-old Force India driver - who is 15th in the overall standings with 28 points - had to have his gearbox changed after last Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix where he finished 10th when team mechanics detected a problem.

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Under the rules drivers can only change gearboxes after a minimum of five races.

Di Resta - whose best finish in 12 races this season has been sixth in the Bahrain Grand Prix - will be penalised after final qualifying later on Saturday.

Paul Di Resta during today's action at Monza.

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