Canadian GP: Force India practice quotes
Paul di Resta - 13th: "We were quite cautious with the wet weather this morning and we only fitted the dry tyres for the last few minutes of the session. Before that I had a good run on the intermediates and felt happy with the performance - probably the most comfortable I've felt on the intermediates this year. So overall we didn't look too bad in the damp conditions. The afternoon was a case of getting through the dry tyre programme and trying to find the right car balance. Unfortunately things were cut short with the electrical issue, so I didn't do the long runs we had planned for the final part of the session."
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