With the disappointment of Singapore behind them, Sahara Force India are looking to start afresh in the upcoming Korean Grand Prix on Sunday. The practice sessions begin on Friday and the team is hoping to put on a better show. Team boss Vijay Mallya, who stated in an official media release that he is happy to learn from past mistakes and does not want his drivers to get ahead of themselves.
"It's never been our strongest track, although we did score some points there last year. It's quite low-grip and the cooler temperatures make it a very different challenge. We will go there ready to learn as much as possible, try and improve our qualifying pace and come up with a smart strategy for Sunday," he said.
With the season in it's second half, Mallya is clear about his team's goals and targets. He hopes that Sahara Force India can get as many points as possible and improve with each passing race.