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Mallya sees 'no reason' to change driver line-up

Force India team principal Vijay Mallya says he is happy with both Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez and sees no reason why the Silverstone-based outfit would need to change them for 2015. The team has enjoyed its best ever first half to a season and is currently fifth in the constructors' standings with 98 points, just two ahead of McLaren. Perez registered Force India's first podium since the 2009 Belgian Grand Prix in Bahrain earlier in the year and Hulkenberg has so far finished every race in the top 10. 'We have options on both,' Mallya said when asked if he wants to and can keep them. 'I’m very happy with both of them and I see no reason why we should be looking at any change.' He is...
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