Force India team principal Vijay Mallya admits his squad have some work to do if they are to reclaim fifth place from McLaren in the standings.
The Silverstone squad were ahead of their more illustrious rivals for most of the season, but they slipped to sixth in the Constructors' Championship at Spa after they picked up only two points.
"We could have had both cars in the points, but for the unfortunate incident where Paul [di Resta] was taken out by [Williams' Pastor] Maldonado," Mallya said. "Nevertheless it's good to be in the points in the first race back after the break. We've still got some more work to do because McLaren got ahead of us, but they are...
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