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Force India Hopeful Points Scoring Run Continues in Austria

The Sahara Force India team can look back at the Canadian Grand Prix with pride having scored ten points with Nico Hulkenberg for fifth, but a better result could have been possible for team-mate Sergio Perez who crashed out of the race on the last lap after a collision with the Williams of Felipe Massa while running fourth. Perez had a strong race in Montreal and had been running in second place behind the ailing Mercedes of Nico Rosberg for a long period. Team-mate Hulkenberg ran a different strategy in Canada and was able to finish a impressive fifth, holding off the challenge of double World Champion Fernando Alonso in his Ferrari for a long period of time. Moving on to this...
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