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Hulkenberg: Force India can keep pace

Nico Hulkenberg believes Force India is proving it can hold on to a place in the upper reaches of the constructors' championship. After an encouraging start to the season, Force India scored only the second podium in its history at the Bahrain Grand Prix thanks to Sergio Perez. Hulkenberg was fifth in that race and followed it up with sixth in China – as Perez also scored points in ninth – to leave the team third in the constructors' standings, and he said Force India is showing it can score solid points on every type of circuit. “At the start of the year, the team said it wanted to improve on last year and so far it's going according to plan,” Hulkenberg told the Economic Times....
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