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PICTURE GALLERY: Force India VJM03

Take a look at Force India's new, Mercedes-powered VJM03 - the car with which F1's undoubted 2009 breakthrough performer hopes to challenge for points and even podiums in 2010...
Last season's breakthrough act Force India has unveiled the machine with which it will bid to maintain that impressive progress and challenge for regular points and even podium finishes in F1 2010 – the Mercedes-powered VJM03.

With team principal and chairman Dr. Vijay Mallya enthusing about the prospects ahead [see separate story – click here], continuity in the driver line-up with Adrian Sutil and Vitantonio Liuzzi and arguably the best engine in the sport in the back, hopes are understandably and justifiably high.

The VJM03 was launched online today (Tuesday), and the saying goes that if a car looks quick then it will be quick – so take a look at our gallery of shots to see if you reckon FIF1's new contender looks the business and let us know what you think by posting your thoughts on the comments page.

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Adrian Sutil, Vitantonio Liuzzi and Paul di Resta with the 2010 Force India-Mercedes VJM03 [pic credit: Force India F1]
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2010 Force India-Mercedes VJM03 [pic credit: Force India F1]
2010 Force India-Mercedes VJM03 [pic credit: Force India F1]
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(L to R): Nico Hulkenberg (GER) Renault Sport F1 Team with team mate Jolyon Palmer (GBR) Renault Sport F1 Team.
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(L to R): Bob Bell (GBR) Renault Sport F1 Team Chief Technical Officer with Cyril Abiteboul (FRA) Renault Sport F1 Managing Director and Jerome Stoll (FRA) Renault Sport F1 President.
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(L to R): Nico Hulkenberg (GER) Renault Sport F1 Team with Jolyon Palmer (GBR) Renault Sport F1 Team and Sergey Sirotkin (RUS) Renault Sport F1 Team Third Driver.
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(L to R): Nico Hulkenberg (GER) Renault Sport F1 Team with Jolyon Palmer (GBR) Renault Sport F1 Team.
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(L to R): Nico Hulkenberg (GER) Renault Sport F1 Team with Jolyon Palmer (GBR) Renault Sport F1 Team.
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(L to R): Nico Hulkenberg (GER) Renault Sport F1 Team with Jolyon Palmer (GBR) Renault Sport F1 Team and Sergey Sirotkin (RUS) Renault Sport F1 Team Third Driver.
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