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Mallya: Independent teams will not be fighting for wins

Force India chief Vijay Mallya was proud of what his modestly budgeted team achieved last season but doubts his team can even sneak a victory on the lopsided Formula 1 playing field that prevails in the sport – favouring the grandee teams – due to the convoluted prize money arrangements that favour the big teams. In an interview with First Post, Mallya reflected on 2017, 'I’m extremely proud of how far the team has come in the last ten years.' 'In 2008, we were at the back of the grid and now we are the established fourth-placed team. That’s a huge achievement and it has been incredibly satisfying to achieve these results – beating teams such as Williams, Renault and...
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