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GP Week : Issue 215
On a day where starting on Primes reaped rewards, Force India maxxed their reward with sixth and seventh. As one of the teams currently battling with the big boys over funding, it was a strong case-maker, as Vijay Mallya pointed out: "Today we saw a captivating race that demonstrated how far we have come this season. everyone in the team performed superbly, from the team on the pit wall that devised a very effective strategy, to the pit-crew who pulled off four good stops. “equally, the drivers were superb and Nico and sergio didn' t put a wheel wrong on track. We battled with world champions today and we beat them fair and square – we finished with both cars ahead of the Ferraris and one Red Bull. Nico's penalty was harsh and it surely cost him fifth place, which would have been thoroughly deserved. “even though tonight's result was not enough to claim back fifth in the championship, we can look back to our season with pride. We scored the highest points tally in the history of the team, 155 points, and we finished with both cars in the points on 10 occasions. I want to congratulate everyone in the team, both here at the track and back in silverstone, for their effort this season, and encourage them to take this year as a spur for even greater things to come in 2015." The Force is ... still a force 34 GPWEEK.com // 34 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> ABU DHABI PARTNERS: