Di Resta and Hamilton make peace and settle bitter dispute out of court 11 February, 2014 Paul di Resta with Anthony Hamilton Paul di Resta and Anthony Hamilton have resolved a bitter legal dispute by agreeing to an out of court settlement. Hamilton, father of 2008 Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton, brought the claim after being dismissed as manager by former Force India driver Di Resta. The dispute centred around a multi-million euro deal with Go Fast energy drinks company, and whether some money linked to the Di Resta’s image rights ended up in a Grenada-based account run by the Hamilton family, constituting a breach of contract. Di Resta lost his Formula 1 drive with Force India and has returned to compete in DTM for Mercedes. Paul di Resta with Anthony Hamilton before the bust up The Scot told the Daily Mail, “This has been a difficult year and I am just pleased to put it behind me and to concentrate on my racing. I am looking forward to racing in DTM for Mercedes this year and to the future ahead.” Hamilton said of the out of court decision, “I am very sorry that Paul and I fell out to the extent we did, and I am pleased to put this matter to bed.” He added, “Paul is a very talented driver and it is a real shame that he does not have the F1 seat in 2014 that he deserves. I am sure he will do fantastically well in DTM for Mercedes, and I wish Paul the very best for the future.” (GP247) Subbed by AJN. Reports on GrandPrix247.com by: staff & contributors, Reuters syndication, GMM service, Formula 1 teams, sponsors & organisations.