F1 » Mallya: Force India in 'real fight' with Sauber


Vijay Mallya: Sauber have been doing a very good job lately. They are the in-form team at the moment and they have been taking all the opportunities that were presented to them.

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Zedd

October 21, 2013 1:47 PM

They won't be able to fight. They have been completely incapable of accommodating the tyre change and if they are overtaken by Sauber (a thought which would've been laughable a few months ago) then it's no one's fault but Mallya's.

Firestorm

October 22, 2013 12:23 PM

As Fernley said a few days ago, they can only hope that the other teams (the top four and McLaren) takes points from Sauber. FI can't challenge or beat Sauber on pace. They can only try to manage their 17 points advantage which will be very difficult. Anyway Hulk is a very good driver and deserves to be in the top ten in the drivers standings. He didn't managed that in his previous efforts with Williams and FI, but he clearly has improved a lot since 2010. And speaking of 2010, it were the points that Hulkenberg(Williams) scored in Brazil(penultimate race of the 2010 F1season) that denied FI to finish sixth in the WWC. Can he do the same with Sauber now?

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