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Mallya: Drivers will have to be at their very best

Sahara Force India Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya says that Formula 1 drivers will have to be at their very best to deal with the new cars around the streets of Monte Carlo this weekend. The Silverstone-based squad has scored points in every race this year and Mallya remains confident that Force India can extend that run in Monaco. "Monaco is one of the premier events of the year and hopefully we can perform well there," he said. "It’s a track where you can take nothing for granted because you have to balance speed with respect for the barriers. It will be interesting with the new cars because it is so unforgiving and the drivers will have to be at their very...
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