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Force India duo optimistic of strong Monza showing

Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez are optimistic that Force India will be more competitive at this weekend's Italian Grand Prix. The two drivers finished the last race at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium in the points, but they believe the VJM07 should be better suited to the Monza circuit. Hulkenberg is looking forward to returning to the classic track. 'It’s a fantastic weekend and I really enjoy everything about the event: the town, the people and the track,' he said. 'The atmosphere is just brilliant with the energy of the fans and the history of the place. It’s also a fun track to drive. It looks simple, but hooking up a quick lap is still a challenge and it’s easy to make mistakes.'...
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