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GP Week : Issue 204
Despite Williams’ great result, Force India remains fourth in the Construc tors championship with, again, both cars in the points – this time sergio Perez starring. "A ll in all it's encouraging to see both our cars come home in the points to maintain our four th place in the championship,” said team proncipal Vijay Mallya. “Checo's race was particularly noteworthy when you consider that he started from P16. It was a very mature drive and he did a fantastic job of looking after the tyres and making an alternative strategy work. "His pace was excellent, he set the fastest lap of the race, and he didn't put a wheel wrong. “The opening lap was the key to making the strategy work because he overtook five cars. Nico's two-stop race followed a similar pattern to most of the frontrunners, but he struggled for outright pace on the soft tyres. He still picked up a couple of points – continuing his run of points in every race this year, which shows how consistent he has been.” The Force remains one Perez' pass on Button – on the same strategy – was crucial. 32 GPWEEK.com // 32 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> AUSTRIA PARTNERS: