FEBRUARY 11, 2014
Di Resta, Hamilton settle court dispute
Former F1 figures Paul di Resta and Anthony Hamilton have settled their legal dispute, following a bitter court battle in London late last year.
Hamilton, the father of the Mercedes driver, had sued his former client for breach of contract.
"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," Hamilton was quoted by British newspapers.
Hamilton also said it is a "real shame" Scot di Resta, who has returned to the German touring car series DTM after a three-year stint with Force India, lost his F1 seat.
"This has been a difficult year and I am just pleased to put it behind me and to concentrate on my racing," di Resta commented.
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