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Force India: Fourth would be tremendous

Sahara Force India Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer admits that finishing fourth in the 2014 Formula 1 constructors’ championship would be a 'tremendous' result for the Silverstone-based squad. The outfit is behind only 'factory teams' Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari in the standings after the Canadian Grand Prix, having racked up 77 points across the first seven races of the season. Force India's previous best result in the constructors' championship was sixth, which they achieved in 2011 and 2013. "Formula 1 is a difficult game as you got to continue to develop all season," Szafnauer told F1Zone.net. "We’re doing the same as everyone else and it’s...
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