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We do not want another five-year wait - Mallya

Vijay Mallya feels podiums are there for the taking in 2014 Sutton Images Enlarge Vijay Mallya insists he is determined to build on Force India's first podium since 2009 by making a habit of success this season. Sergio Perez crossed the line in third in Bahrain on Sunday, ending a wait of over four seasons since Giancarlo Fisichella claimed the team's maiden podium at Spa in 2009. Mallya has made no secret of his ambition to make Force India a genuine contender in F1 and he admits Bahrain is a race he will not forget in a hurry. "It is a very special moment. My job was always to make this team climb up the ladder, steadily. I always believed that 2014 - with all the new regulations -...
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