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Mallya: We need to find a bit more performance if we want to challenge for podiums

Mallya: We need to find a bit more performance if we want to challenge for podiums 24 March, 2014 Team principal Vijay Mallya, looks back on Melbourne and summarises the mood in the Force India camp ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend, Round 2 of the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship, at Sepang International Circuit. How would you sum up the first race in Melbourne? Vijay Mallya: Australia was definitely a respectable start, without a doubt, and probably the best start we've had since I took over the team. We went into the race feeling good and confident. We were concerned initially about reliability, but I think the number of laps we were able to put in during Bahrain testing gave...
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