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Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez have apologised after two separate accidents ended Force India's streak of top 10 finishes in 2014.
Hulkenberg tagged Perez at the final corner and the resulting damage sent the German into the tyre barrier.
Perez continued for a few more laps but dipped a wheel onto the wet kerb exiting the last turn and slammed into the pit wall.
"It was not the best day in the office and I’m feeling very disappointed," said Hulkenberg.
"The track was drying out and I was quite close behind Checo [Perez] when I made contact with him at the final corner. The previous lap he had taken a much wider line so I tried to overtake on the...
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