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Force India praised the team ability and talented driver line-up

The Silverstone based F1 squad Force India’s team head Vijay Mallya, praised that the team ability and talented great driver line-up, following Sergio Perez finished on the podium in Bahrain.

Even as he admits that team still race with limited resources, but they have a great base product.

Force India’s drivers Nico Hulkenberg finished with championship points in the first three races and now he standing third on the drivers’ title table.

The Mexican third place finish becomes team’s second podium result to set out with Giancarlo Fisichella’s runner-up finish at the 2009 Belgian Grand Prix. And Bahrain podium finish lifted the Force India to second place on the constructors’ championship.

“It has always been our motive, I know our limitations, but I also know what we are capable of. Mallya told Sky Sports F1

“I think for the last few years we have demonstrated that we always punch way above our weight and whilst others might be developing their car we aren’t sleeping either. We are going to come with upgrades as well – we have a great base product, we have shown that in the last three races and hopefully we will keep the pressure on everybody else.”

“I made the decision to bring Sergio Perez on board this team only because I had a great amount of conviction and faith in his talent,” he added.

“I feel that he was chosen by McLaren only because McLaren saw something special in him – I certainly did when he was at Sauber – and I am delighted to have him on board, delighted to have Nico Hulkenberg on board and have a great driver line-up.

“This team has done everything I have expected of it. I have said with our limited resources we will get better every year, I said that in 2014 we have a new chance and we have shown it in Australia, Malaysia and now Bahrain so I couldn’t be happier.”

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