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di resta never wears a cap no matter what the occasion is , press conference , on the grid , season final photo , post race interviews ? :D

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:22 pm 
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Cause he's not a rude boy.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:31 pm 
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some looks good wearing it, some better off without 1.......di resta realize he looks like crap wearing cap maybe


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:34 pm 
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Because he dont want to...!


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:37 pm 
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No sponsor to put on one?

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:39 pm 
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Perhaps he doesn't want to wither away as a bald man. ;)

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I'm glad this was the main concern you picked up over the course of the season.

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No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.

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Lets start a website to accept donations so that Di Resta can buy a cap.

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Lets start a website to accept donations so that Di Resta can buy a cap.

:lol: :thumbup:

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No sponsor wants to be associated with someone so boring?

As an aside - I think Hulk should change his - seeing DEKRA on his cap reminds me of the early Schumi/Ferrari years!

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No sponsor wants to be associated with someone so boring?

As an aside - I think Hulk should change his - seeing DEKRA on his cap reminds me of the early Schumi/Ferrari years!


Isn't that a good thing?

Plus his wet weather performance in Brazil.


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He can't find one to fit his odd shaped head

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:26 pm 
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the brim on a cap would capture all the smoke from his supposed chain smoking, and keep it in his face :P

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:42 pm 
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Here is one for you all:

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Male pattern baldness runs in the family and he's avoiding the inevitable?

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Balibari wrote:
Ash. wrote:
No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?

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RebellionLola wrote:
Balibari wrote:
Ash. wrote:
No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?

Whoa, chillax..

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wearing a cap is far to zany for Di Resta


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Or maybe cause he's Scottish and his head don't get cold?


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If he ever reaches a podium he'll have to wear one


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Or maybe cause he's Scottish and his head don't get cold?


Or because he's Scottish and the concept of having to shield your eyes from the sun is completely alien to him.

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Maybe he has the sponsors tattooed on his head


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RebellionLola wrote:
di resta never wears a cap no matter what the occasion is , press conference , on the grid , season final photo , post race interviews ? :D


Great observation!

Reminds me of Karl Pilkington taking about 'Jimmy the hat'...

Why do you call him 'Jimmy the hat', is it because he always wears a hat?

No that's the thing he never wears a hat, that's why he's called Jimmy the hat.


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RebellionLola wrote:
Balibari wrote:
Ash. wrote:
No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?

Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.

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Laura23 wrote:
RebellionLola wrote:
Balibari wrote:
Ash. wrote:
No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?

Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.


So you have met him in person to come to that conclusion? (Because that's the only way you can judge his personality )

In the F1 paddock he is respected as a great guy to be around and have in the team because he has good people skills and gives good feedback to the team (Outside his driving ability)


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Jomox wrote:
Laura23 wrote:
RebellionLola wrote:
Balibari wrote:
Ash. wrote:
No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?

Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.


So you have met him in person to come to that conclusion? (Because that's the only way you can judge his personality )

In the F1 paddock he is respected as a great guy to be around and have in the team because he has good people skills and gives good feedback to the team (Outside his driving ability)


And to the average F1 fan he comes across as dull and boring. How often do you see the guy smile, or have a conversation on TV that doesnt involve him bitching about the car or his team.

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RickM wrote:

And to the average F1 fan he comes across as dull and boring. How often do you see the guy smile, or have a conversation on TV that doesnt involve him bitching about the car or his team.


Still, you cannot judge someones personality or you have never met just be seeing him on TV. In the paddock he's seen as down to earth, mellow and humble, but on a night out has a good laugh. (Most of the drivers go out and party)


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Jomox wrote:
Laura23 wrote:
RebellionLola wrote:
Balibari wrote:
Ash. wrote:
No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?

Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.


So you have met him in person to come to that conclusion? (Because that's the only way you can judge his personality )

In the F1 paddock he is respected as a great guy to be around and have in the team because he has good people skills and gives good feedback to the team (Outside his driving ability)

I can judge him from what I have seen of him on TV and he appears to have the personality of a banana.

As RickM said, he never seems to smile and he always sounds like his favourite goldfish just got flushed down the toilet. He's like Kimi but depressing. Really depressing.

He maybe respected as a driver by some in F1 but that doesn't mean he doesn't have a personality that is the personification of beige.

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One should never judge who they never met, just a simple rule of life I guess some of you never learned.


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Jomox wrote:
One should never judge who they never met, just a simple rule of life I guess some of you never learned.

One can judge whoever one wants.

Life is all about judgement. People will judge you whether you like it or not and you will judge others even if you don't even realise you are.

It is my opinion that Di Resta comes across as a dullard in his interviews and that won't change unless he does. Either you can deal with that and move and and accept it as my opinion of him or you can argue until you are blue in the face that your opinion is more right than my opinion when in fact they are both just bloody opinions. Christ.

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Jomox wrote:
RickM wrote:

And to the average F1 fan he comes across as dull and boring. How often do you see the guy smile, or have a conversation on TV that doesnt involve him bitching about the car or his team.


Still, you cannot judge someones personality or you have never met just be seeing him on TV. In the paddock he's seen as down to earth, mellow and humble, but on a night out has a good laugh. (Most of the drivers go out and party)

You dont get it do you.

We are the people the sponsors want to attract. So how the driver comes across to US is vital for them - nobody gives a rats donkey what they are like off camera, so long as they give the right impression to the customer.

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Is this thread for real?


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I don't find Paul dull, I find him drama free, and I enjoy his subtle humor.

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Seems most of him criticising love wearing caps even in winter...

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Personally although he's fairly subdued, on camera at least, I think he comes across really well. Maybe because I've lived in Scotland for a good chunk of my life I get him.

Anyway, OT, he really never does at all. I'd never noticed before, but as soon as it's pointed out, you realise it was slapping you in the face all along. Everyone else does, if not all the time, they do at least sometimes. You'd expect, if he had no personal sponsors with a cap contract, that he'd wear a Force India one. Strange, there must be a reason.

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I thought Pirelli caps were mandatory on the podium.

Guess we'll never see him wearing a cap then....


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him being dull or boring has nothing to do with sponsors. sponsors just want the cap on his ****in head

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RebellionLola wrote:
Balibari wrote:
Ash. wrote:
No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?


Diresta - welcome to the board!! Lol


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