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Mallya refusing to rule out more podiums

Sutton Images Enlarge Vijay Mallya says he has not written off Force India's chances of scoring more podium finishes in 2014. Sergio Perez claimed a podium for the team in Bahrain, Force India's first since 2009, but in recent races the team has fallen behind fellow Mercedes customers Williams and McLaren in the pecking order. Despite this, Mallya remains optimistic the team is still heading in a positive direction. "We need to end the season in the same way we started it," Mallya said. "The development of the VJM07 continues and much of what we learn this year can be carried over into 2015. So it's a very different situation compared with last year when we had to switch...
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