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Force India duo confident over Monza chances

– Force India drivers Nico Hülkenberg and Sergio Pérez are hopeful of putting together a more competitive showing at this weekend's Italian Grand Prix, after a below-par performance at Spa-Francorchamps.Pérez and Hülkenberg crossed the line over a minute behind race winner Daniel Ricciardo in the Ardennes, with their minor points finishes not enough to prevent McLaren moving ahead in the championship standings.But the pair reckon Monza will yield a better result, given their own and Force India's past form at the venue."I expect us to be quite competitive there," said Hülkenberg, who finished fifth at last year's event with Sauber."It should be better for us than...
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