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Force India Satisfied after Double Points Finish in Germany

The Sahara Force India team ran strongly at Hockenheim and once again saw both drivers score points, with Nico Hulkenberg seventh and Sergio Perez tenth. Both drivers were expecting more from their German Grand Prix, and both would have been happier with the temperatures of Friday and Saturday after the race was held in much cooler conditions. Hulkenberg continued his amazing run of points scoring races with seventh, but felt it was a difficult race due to the lower temperatures. He also had to contend with an engine issue during the race but was able to solve that problem to claim his tenth point’s score out of ten races. “It was a difficult race and different to what we expected,...
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