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Hulkenberg: Force India can keep up the momentum

Force India can keep the positive momentum going after enjoying the best start to a season in the team's history, according to Nico Hulkenberg. The Silverstone-based outfit has scored three double points finishes and Hulkenberg has failed to take the chequered flag outside of the top six so far in 2014. The German driver is currently fourth in the drivers' championship, with Force India leaving the last race in China third in the constructors' standings, and is confident that the team's strong form can continue. '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,' he told The Economic Times. 'We have 54 points from four races...
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