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Mallya sure Austria circuit will suit Force India

– Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya is confident that the characteristics of the Red Bull Ring will suit the VJM07 as the sport prepares for the return of the Austrian Grand Prix this weekend.Formula 1 last raced in Austria in 2003 and this weekend will mark the Silverstone-based team's first visit to the circuit under its current guise."The last time Formula 1 raced there, the cars were very different from what they are now so it is difficult to predict how the pecking order will be," said Mallya."We don't expect massive surprises, however - cars that have been competitive so far will retain their advantage. The track layout seems likely to be favourable to the...
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