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Force India sets sight on 4th place

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SILVERSTONE (UK), June 30 (PTI): With its upgraded car set to be rolled out, Force India is hoping for a good show at the British Grand Prix this weekend as it sets its sight on fourth place in the Formula One constructors� championship.

The team achieved its best result of the 2015 F1 season in the Austrian GP, where Nico Hulkenberg finished sixth, having held off Williams�s Valtteri Bottas for the first half of the ace, while team-mate Sergio Perez was ninth.

That gave Force India its first double-points finish since the season-opening Australian GP and it moved above Lotus and into fifth spot in the constructors� championship.

Four-time champion team Red Bull is 24 points ahead in fourth position currently, and deputy team principal Bob Fernley believes the B-spec Force India could close that gap.

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Force India sets sight on 4th place

SILVERSTONE (UK), June 30 (PTI): With its upgraded car set to be rolled out, Force India is hoping for a good show at the British Grand Prix this weekend as it sets its sight on fourth place in the Formula One constructors� championship.

The team achieved its best result of the 2015 F1 season in the Austrian GP, where Nico Hulkenberg finished sixth, having held off Williams�s Valtteri Bottas for the first half of the ace, while team-mate Sergio Perez was ninth.

That gave Force India its first double-points finish since the season-opening Australian GP and it moved above Lotus and into fifth spot in the constructors� championship.

Four-time champion team Red Bull is 24 points ahead in fourth position currently, and deputy team principal Bob Fernley believes the B-spec Force India could close that gap.