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Force India not settling for fifth in constructors' race

Force India's record of scoring points in every round came to an abrupt end in Hungary Sutton Images Enlarge Vijay Mallya insists Force India has not given up the fight with Ferrari and Williams in the constructors' championship despite its recent downturn in form. Force India started the season brightly and sat as high as second in the constructors' standings after Sergio Perez achieved the team's second-ever podium in Bahrain. In the last three races Force India's consistency has disappeared with just 11 points from three races, in which time Ferrari [third] and Williams [fourth] have collected large hauls to open up a gap of 37 points to fifth position. Despite this, Mallya remains...
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