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6dLaurence Edmondson

Force India hopes to retain driver line-up in 2016

Force India is hoping to keep its driver line-up of Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez next year as it targets a top four place in the constructors' championship in 2016.

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10dNate Saunders

Perez dreaming of Belgium podium from second row

Force India driver hoping to emulate 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix podium at Spa-Francorchamps, where he will line up alongside Valtteri Bottas in fourth.

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13dNate Saunders

Perez reveals missed chance to drive at Ferrari

Sergio Perez says he could have landed Ferrari drive if he had stayed at Sauber in 2013, but ended up joining McLaren - where he lost his job after just one season.

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40dLaurence Edmondson

Force India withdraws cars from FP2 following crash

Force India was forced to withdraw its cars from the second practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix on Friday as it investigates the cause of Sergio Perez's suspension failure in FP1.

40dNate Saunders

Perez unhurt after massive flip

Sergio Perez's FP1 ended abruptly at the Hungaroring when a rear suspension failure pitched his car into a bizarre spin and flip.

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44dLaurence Edmondson

More to come from B-spec car in Hungary - Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg is confident the B-spec Force India will be well-suited to the Hungaroring this weekend as he looks to build on his recent run of good results at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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62dNate Saunders

Perez targets Red Bull and P4 with new car

With Force India set to launch highly-anticipated B-Spec car at Silverstone, Sergio Perez sets targets high for second half of the season.

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70dESPN Staff

Bottas fastest for Williams on final morning

Finn clocked a 1:10.029 in the FW37, while Nico Rosberg finished the morning third for Mercedes and Fernando Alonso managed just 17 laps in the McLaren MP4-30.

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79dLaurence Edmondson

'We wrote history today' - Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg said he had not anticipated winning at Le Mans on his first attempt and believes Porsche has written history with its 2015 victory.

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