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Force India will keep fighting up the order - Mallya

Sutton Images Enlarge Vijay Mallya thinks Force India has proven it has a car which can "constantly deliver whatever the track" and wants to see the team continue to fight higher up the order. Force India has enjoyed a great start to the season, with Sergio Perez taking the team's first podium since 2009 in Bahrain and Nico Hulkenberg currently fifth in the drivers' standings. Hulkenberg crossed the line fifth in Monaco on another competitive weekend for the team and, though he is aware the battle with fellow Mercedes customers Williams and McLaren for fourth will be fierce, team principal Mallya predicts Force India can continue to keep the pace. "We've been in the points...
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