F1 » Perez: We have to make a step forward


Sergio Perez admits Force India F1 is “losing ground” and needs to bring some upgrades to the car.

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sprulz

August 11, 2014 5:59 PM

If they have updates they better bring them out at Spa and Monza. Two tracks where they've always had great weekends. If they don't... well I think they'll have to kiss 4th place goodbye.

mash77

August 12, 2014 6:12 AM

agree with sprutz.,,, Previous year they stop developing car & concentrate this year 2014 car. And that work fantastically in few races...

I remember vijay or someone say, they only tweak suspension & height adjustment for car (for last few races 2013). And still manage to achieve some good results.

But now in 2014 others teams are improved over the races, but SFI struggle to update car much. Seems that their will be some budget & resource constraints.

Hope they improved enough, to show top team that small budget team just not survive but give them tough time in F1.

I still remember expression of Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo in Bahrain race (when pass by Force india cars).

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