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Double points score keeps Force India in top three

Another strong performance from the Sahara Force India team may not have been enough to keep Red Bull at bay, but the Silverstone team remains among the top three performers in F1 over the first four races of the 2014 season. Both Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez finished in the points – the German maintaining a 100 per cent record he shares with only championship leader Nico Rosberg, third-placed Fernando Alonso and Williams' Valtteri Bottas – as Force India racked up another ten-point haul from the Chinese Grand Prix. The addition moves the team onto 54 points for the year and, while that is a full 100 behind runaway leaders Mercedes, it leaves them only three behind reigning...
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