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More needed for podiums - Mallya

Vijay Mallya believes Sergio Perez was unlucky not to finish higher in Melbourne Sutton Images Enlarge Vijay Mallya is not dwelling on Force India's encouraging start to the season, as he believes plenty of work needs to be done if the team is to bridge the gap to Mercedes and Williams. Nico Hulkenberg's sixth in Melbourne was the best finish for Force India on an opening weekend since its creation in 2008, while Sergio Perez finished 10th after an early puncture, leaving the team with one point less than at the same stage last year. Mallya was happy with the start but insists the team still has to step up its efforts to keep up with the leading pair. "Australia was definitely a...
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