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Force India: Aim now to repeat podium

– Force India F1 won't sit back and will keep trying to improve, Team Principal Vijay Mallya has promised ahead of this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix. The Silverstone-based outfit sits second in the Constructors' Championship after Sergio Pérez and Nico Hülkenberg finished a fantastic third and fifth in Bahrain last time out, and following the team's first rostrum since Belgium back in 2009, Mallya is keen now to see them repeat it. "I think we've shown in the first few races that we have produced a competitive car. Bahrain was not just a one-off and we've been improving with each race," he remarked. "In Australia we were sixth, in Malaysia fifth and then third and...
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