Di Resta admits Indycar an option for 2014 20 November, 2013 Paul di Resta future uncertain Force India driver Paul di Resta has admitted that he might consider a move to America’s premier open wheel series, Indycar, for 2014, after a problematic, below par season in Formula 1. We reported last week that the retirement of the Scot’s famous cousin, Dario Franchitti, may have opened up the top Ganassi seat for di Resta in 2014. Franchitti is retiring on medical advice, after sustainining several injuries in a high speed crash in October, at the Houston round of the Indycar series. After three years in Formula 1 with the Silverstone based team, 27-year-old di Resta is struggling to hang onto his Force India seat. The highly rated Nico Hulkenberg, incumbent Adrian Sutil, and also the possibly the Carlos Slim-backed McLaren refugee Sergio Perez, are all more seriously linked with the Force India race seats for next season. Di Resta said that Formula 1 remains his top priority, but is also not ruling out continuing his career elsewhere. “I built a good reputation in DTM,” he is quoted by the Guardian newspaper, “and there are other opportunities in a few other series.” Referring to Indycar and his cousin Franchitti, di Resta continued: “I’ve always been slightly concerned about the safety of it, but sitting down and looking at it logically, it’s a serious option to look elsewhere because of the success he has had.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsJuncadella in running for 2015 F1 race seatSutil and Di Resta moving on after Force India wields the axeForce India confirms multi-year deal for Perez to partner Hulkenberg in 2014Di Resta looking to DTM as Perez likely to replace him at Force IndiaMallya: Having Nico in our line-up is a real statement of intent by Force IndiaSilly Season Latest: Hulkenberg and Perez to Force India and Sutil to SauberHulkenberg has reportedly signed Force India deal for 2014Di Resta: I don’t know what will happen next year, I’ve got to wait and seeHulkenberg in frame for 2014 race seat at Lotus, Force India or SauberDi Resta could replace cousin Franchitti in Indycar ZombieJebus Indycar might be an option for Di Resta and Perez, but it isn’t for me. It’s sooooo boring and the curcuits utterly suck. Why F1 is trying to be more linke a failed series like Indycar is beyond me. Psych4191 @Zombie Indy has the best racing of all three (F1, Indy, Nascar). They have the fastest cars (top speed is something around 220 mph), the best racing, and the best stewarding. Plus, they have some pretty good road courses (Baltimore, Barber’s, Jacksonville, Long Beach).