F1 » Fernley: We’ll fight hard for fifth!


Bob Fernley insists that Force India will keep pushing hard to try and stay ahead of McLaren in the F1 points race

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Firestorm - Unregistered

May 18, 2013 12:50 PM

Force India is the former Jordan team and some ten years ago their boss Eddie Jordan were always claiming to fight with the big guns at most races. Always this finished in disaster, excluding the 1999 season and in some measure the 1998 season where Hill and Schumacher Jr managed a one-two finish in the chaotic and incident prone 1998 Belgian GP. Contrary to Eddie, Fernley looks to have his head well fixed on his shoulders and his lead driver is one of the stars of the season until now. Unfourtunatly Sutil has some troubles with the car but I am confident he will come back as the season progresses. But negating McLaren a top five finish in the final standings looks as mission impossible. But at least they will try. So good luck FI!

nut job - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 4:19 PM

Ok, isn't it obvious that the Sutils issues are instigated by McLaren. A - Sahara is much faster than them and B - Paul is possibly going to that team.
that's why Paul has had 'good luck' more than Adrian.

the team is just too good this year. good for f1, may be next year they could fight for podiums.

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