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Mallya hoping bad luck came and went in Hungary

Force India team principal Vijay Mallya is looking forward to seeing his cars back in the points at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, one race on from the team's first non-score of 2014. The first half of the F1 season was marked out by Force India's regular top ten appearances, which only came to an end when Nico Hulkenberg – himself an ever-present in the points prior to round eleven – and Sergio Perez both retired from the Hungarian Grand Prix. “Until Hungary, we had scored points in every race, so I guess we were due to have an unlucky weekend at some stage - I just hope that's our bad luck over and done with,” he commented, “There was a huge opportunity to come away with...
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