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GP Week : Issue 198
With team-mate Sergio Perez non-starting after a parade lap gearbox issue (it kept jumping into neutral on the down-shift), it was up to Nico Hulkenberg to uphold Force India honour – and he did it in spades: “Today was a super team ef fort and I’m very happy with fifth place. We were the only team among the front-runners to do a two-stop race and we had good pace all afternoon. “It feels great to be so competitive and fighting up at the front. We showed that we could manage the tyres well, although I felt a bit more comfortable on the medium compound tyres than on the hards, but we always had the tyre management under control.” Team principal Vijay Mallya was understandably happy with The Hulk ’s latest effort: "Nico’s fifth place today is a fantastic result for the team. He didn’t put a wheel out of place and managed the race perfectly to complete a two -stop strategy. “In the end we didn’t have the performance lef t in the hard tyres to hold of f Alonso, but it’s encouraging to see us finish 36 seconds ahead of the sixth-place McLaren.” The Hulk stars ... again 29 GPWEEK.com // 29 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> MALAYSIA PARTNERS: