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Force India to retain Hulkenberg, Perez for '15

Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez can both be assured of a seat for 2015 according to Force India team co-owner Vijay Mallya. The Indian admitted to being very pleased with the duo and despite struggling in Hungary, which has allowed McLaren to close up, the team is enjoying its best season ever as it sits just 11 points shy of its best ever finish. "This has been our best ever start to a season and what is most satisyfing is that every year we have been moving up the grid," he told Motorsport Monday. Mallya is therefore more than happy to retain both its drivers. "They are at home, a good atmosphere, we respect them, we like them. We are very, very happy with both of them. I...
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