Having scored just three points since the summer break, Vijay Mallya admits Force India face a "real fight" in keeping Sauber at bay.
Force India made a flying start to this year's Championship and were even ahead of McLaren in the Constructors' Championship before Pirelli changed the compound of their tyres.
That resulted in a massive slump for Force India, who have netted just one top-ten grid position and only three points in the ensuing races.
"The races after the summer break haven't been very positive in terms of scoring points, but the morale in the team remains strong," Mallya said. "Korea and Japan were not the easiest of weekends, but everyone in the team...
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