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GP Week : Issue 200
"Coming away from China with another 10 points in our pocket and third place in the teams' standings is a very good effort, deputy team principal Robert Fearnley correctly assessed. “ We never expected Shanghai to be our strongest track so I think we can feel pretty satisfied with our per formance over the entire weekend. Nico's race was relatively straightforward and we judged the tyre strategy correctly as he held off Bottas in the final stint. “Sergio staged a strong recover y drive to move up into the points, which was a good ef for t when you consider he has not felt completely comfortable with the car balance this weekend. “To have 54 points after four races is an excellent effort and we can be pleased with the consistency we have shown over a variety of different circuits." Hulkenberg concurred: “It was actually a pretty straightforward race for me after we got in front of Massa: I had to manage my tyres, my pace and avoid mistakes, and it only got tricky at the end when Bottas was getting a bit closer. “ We have beaten all other customer Mercedes cars, which are our main competition at the moment, but we have also seen some other teams up their game so we will need to keep pushing." Force India: the quiet achievers MINING THE RAREST DIAMONDS 41 GPWEEK.com // 41 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> CHINA PARTNERS: