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Force India prove to be new power

Mercedes are the kings of Formula One, but it's unheralded Force India who have assumed the role of heir apparent, leaving mighty Red Bull, McLaren and Ferrari in their slipstream. As Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg powered to another Mercedes one-two in a gripping Bahrain Grand Prix wheel-to-wheel duel on Sunday, Force India celebrated a third place for Sergio Perez and a fifth-place finish for Nico Hulkenberg. It put Force India, owned by Indian business tycoon Vijay Mallya, into an unlikely second place in the constructors championship after three races of the 2014 season. "Today is one of the greatest days in the history of our team. It's been a long time coming, but it's very...
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