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Downforce problems trouble Hulkenberg

Even though he managed to finish fifth in Monaco, Nico Hulkenberg believes Force India still have a lot of improving to do, with the lack of rear grip a problem the German identified. Although Hulkenberg noted before last week's race on the streets of Monte Carlo that the supersoft Pirellis would suit the VJM07, he maintains that Force India have to address their downforce issues if they are going to continue improving. "It's been the weakness of the car since day one; we're trying to get better, but it's pretty much a downforce question," Hulkenberg told Autosport during an exclusive interview on Wednesday. "I think performance and speed-wise we wouldn't normally finish...
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