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Mallya targeting continued competitiveness

Force India team principal Vijay Mallya says the team should be able to continue to be competitive for the whole season. In 2013, Force India started the year strongly but Adrian Sutil and Paul di Resta's results tailed off later in the season, with just 18 of the team's 77 points being scored after the British Grand Prix as the team switched its focus to this year's car. Having scored points in every race so far, Mallya says there is no reason why Force India can't continue its form until the final race in Abu Dhabi. “The development of the VJM07 continues and much of what we learn this year can be carried over into 2015,” Mallya said. “So it's a very different situation compared...
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