Finally it will not be so, but the scot Paul di Resta has been close to take the place of Felipe Massa in the Williams after an illness with dizziness of the brazilian during the second practice session of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Massa completed the session, but was later transferred to the hospital to be inspected. The examination did not reveal anything important, and Massa returned to his hotel to spend the night, but Williams activated the protocol of substitution, giving Paul di Resta that I had to be prepared to compete on the Saturday morning.
Within this protocol included the output test of the cockpit is mandatory for all pilots and anyone who wants to take part in a Grand Prix must be overcome in less than five seconds. The scottish surpassed and I was waiting for the medical examination of the FIA that Massa also had to be overcome to be able to take part in the third practice session.
Massa will be able to follow the commands of the Williams number 19 on the day of Saturday, although you will have to pass a new examination before the classification
Finally so it was and Massa will be able to follow the commands of the Williams number 19 on the day of Saturday, although will have to pass a new examination before the classification. Paul di Resta, who has taken part in 58 Major Awards between 2011 and 2013 as a pilot of Force India, is currently pilot Mercedes in the DTM, championship that he won in 2010 and which served him to have a chance in the top category. Currently, she also collaborates with Sky Sports as a commentator technician in the retransmission of the Great Prizes.