Nurburgring, Germany: Halfway through what has been a season of mixed results for them, Formula One team Force India will aim to convert good qualifying performances into points starting with the German Grand Prix here this week.
"What is clear is that we have an excellent driver line-up and a car that is improving race by race, which gives us cause to be optimistic about the second half of the year. However, we know there is a big task ahead if we are to catch our closest competitors, Toro Rosso and Sauber," said Chairman and Team Principal Dr. Vijay Mallya.
Talking about the British Grand Prix where the team finished without points, Mallya said, "Looking back on Silverstone, we have to view it as a missed opportunity. With confusion on the pit wall, we failed to convert our excellent qualifying performance into points, which is incredibly frustrating.