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Mallya hails Force India motivation

Vijay Mallya has praised Force India's ability to "punch way above our weight" after Sergio Perez finished on the podium in Bahrain. Force India has been one of the inform teams in the early stages of this campaign, scoring points in Australia and Malaysia before adding a podium in Bahrain. Perez completed the podium behind the Mercedes drivers, only the team's second podium result to go with Giancarlo Fisichella's runner-up finish at the 2009 Belgian GP. It was an impressive result for the team with Nico Hulkenberg also netting points as he finished in fifth place. "It has always been our motive," Mallya told Sky Sports F1. "I know our limitations, but I also know...
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