PAUL DI RESTA wants to rediscover "the sweet spot" in Hungary this weekend after the bitterness of the last two races.
For the first time in a year the Scot failed to score in two consecutive races, having suffered a lap-two retirement in the British Grand Prix and finishing 11th in Germany at the weekend.
At Hockenheim, Force India adopted a two-stop strategy for Di Resta, while it was three for team-mate Nico Hulkenberg and there were five places difference between them on the grid, ninth to fourth respectively.
With hindsight, Di Resta believes the team "could have been more aggressive", but then he also struggled for pace due to a mix-up over tyres.
With no points from the last two races, this means the 26-year-old has slipped to 13th in the drivers' standings with 27 points.
With 10 grands prix remaining in the 20-race calendar, Di Resta said: "As a team we have to be pleased with the start we've made.
"With 10 races to go there are still a lot of points on offer."
cricket: Scotland was last night celebrating their first ever victory over a Test nation after humbling Pakistan in Voorburg, Holland.
The Scots posted an imposing 162-7 before the bowlers and fielders took to the field to dismiss the Tigers for just 128 in 18 overs, Josh Davey and Majid Haq claiming three wickets apiece.
BASKETBALL: Glasgow Rocks have re-signed EJ Harrison and Andy Wedemire. Player/coach Sterling Davis said: "I really wanted to focus on bringing back most of players from last season so that we could build on what we achieved late on."
The Rocks are also hosting hosting their annual open trials at the Kelvin Hall on Saturday, August 18.