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Force India targeting top five in 2014

Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley says the team's target for next season is to break into the top five in the constructors' standings. The Silverstone-based outfit finished the 2013 season in sixth place. They held on to fifth in the standings early in the year but soon slipped back behind McLaren after changes were made to the tyre construction by Pirelli. The team will run with an all-new driver pairing next year, with Nico Hulkenberg returning to the team after a brief stint at Sauber. He will be joined by Sergio Perez after he was dropped by McLaren after just one season. Fernley believes the success of the team will hinge on the competitiveness of the Mercedes V6 Turbo...
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