Monaco: Force India, desperately seeking points after drawing a blank in the last three races, will look to make the most of the qualifying session going into Sunday's Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held on the challenging street circuit in Monte Carlo.
The 3.3 km Circuit de Monaco is considered one of the toughest on the calendar for overtaking manoeuvres with the presence of narrow streets and tight corners. The track also has the famous hairpin bend, the slowest corner with the drivers running at an average speed of 50 kmph, leading to the tunnel in which the car zips at 280 kmph.
Force India would take confidence from their last year's performance here. Both their drivers finished amongst the points. Adrian Sutil, who finished eighth, said the team aims to better the past show and a good finish in qualifying will be critical.