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Force India duo 'likely' to stay on

There is a "very good chance" Nico Hulkenberg will remain at Force India next season although his team-mate Sergio Perez says he has not decided. Hulkenberg returned to Force India this season after a year with Sauber while Perez joined the team after being unceremoniously dropped by McLaren. The duo have had a stellar season with Hulkenberg scoring in all but one race and Perez securing a podium finish at the Bahrain GP. As such team owner Vijay Mallya sees "no reason" why he would want to change his line-up and revealed he has options on both drivers for 2015. However, for now Hulkenberg concedes his future is not set in stone. "I think there is a very good...
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