We can remain in the hunt for points in Malaysian GP: Vijay Mallya
Zeenews Sports Bureau
The Australian Grand Prix was certainly an action-packed race and good viewing for the fans. It’s just a shame that we got caught up in some of the drama when Nico Hulkenberg was taken out on the very first lap of the race. These things happen in racing, but it was a cruel end to an excellent weekend for him.
Paul Paul Di Resta’s race was strong and he did well to pick up the final point. It’s difficult to judge much from the first race, but we have learned a lot from Melbourne and we will try and improve our race pace consistency this weekend in Malaysia.
What is clear is that all the teams around us are very closely matched in terms of absolute pace and even the smallest mistake in qualifying or the race can cost you several positions. It will be very competitive in the midfield, just as we predicted during the pre-season.
Sepang this weekend should be another good indicator of where we stand in the pecking order. I’m optimistic that it will suit the characteristics of the VJM05 more than Melbourne and that we can remain in the hunt for points.
By Dr. Vijay Mallya
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