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GP Week : Issue 211
After a difficult saturday, Force India made progress, both drivers scoring points after solid drives: "up until the final laps my race was going pretty well: I had good pace and a good feeling with the car,” reported Nico Hulkenberg after finishing eighth.” “We made some progress early on, pitted late and we were able to jump a few cars in the first stop. I can't say it was a very eventful afternoon for me; I was on my own for most of the time. The conditions were pretty difficult right from the start: visibility was pretty poor, even if you were in the first half of the pack. It was probably the same for everyone because it's always a challenge in the wet. “When the final safety Car came out we decided to pit again as I had already been out on those tyres for a long time and I needed new rubber to finish the race. I am happy to get points after a difficult saturday; we made up for it today. suzuka is a difficult track to race on in the wet because there are lots of places where you can aquaplane and have a moment. “I didn' t see what happened in the accident that ended the race, but I hope Jules is OK." sergio Perez, 10th, concurred: "The conditions were very difficult today. When we started the race I could not even see the car ahead of me. To begin with, it was just a race to avoid aquaplaning and trying to keep the car on the track because the visibility was very poor. “Our strategy was working quite well, but I think we were unlucky to make our final stop, which dropped me down a couple of positions. “Li ke everybody my thoughts are with Jules and I hope we hear some good news soon." Wet weather fans 32 GPWEEK.com // 32 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> JAPAN PARTNERS: