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Mallya feels more to come from Force India updates

Force India team principal Vijay Mallya believes there is more to come from the team's upgrades after they ran in the Spanish Grand Prix. Like many of the teams, Force India had a number of new parts on its car in Barcelona 10 days ago as it looked to cement its position as podium contenders. However, with Red Bull showing further improvement, the team was limited to ninth and tenth in the race and dropped behind Ferrari to fourth in the constructors' championship. Reflecting on the race weekend in Spain, Mallya said there wasn't much more Force India could have done but believes the full potential of the updated car is yet to be seen. “It was a good weekend,” Mallya said. “Perhaps...
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