Italian Grand Prix – Force India (Preview)


With a string of recent improvements in the car (with team claiming it has gained 0.3 a typical lap) and last weekend’s result where Adrian Sutil beat Honda, the mood is pretty high in Force India camp. Come this weekend and the cars will be again race in Italian Grand Prix’08. Monza is driver’s track with fast corners and is one of the fastest race in the F1 calendar.  High spirits can be seen in the the recent statements of the personnel involved:

Adrian Sutil: I’m feeling very positive about Monza now following the result in Belgium. We worked hard throughout the weekend, first having some strong practice performances and then a good qualifying.

Giancarlo Fisichella: Monza is one of my favourite events on the calendar, partly because it’s my home race and the crowd gets behind any of the Italian drivers, but also because it’s such a fantastic track

Mike Gascoyne, chief technical officer: I think we can go to Monza in fairly good spirits. The team worked well over the last weekend and both drivers can be positive about the end result

With Ferrari engines powered cars faster than the pack in the last few races and Monza being a fast grid, the time has come for Force India (Ferrari powered engine) to prove the doubters wrong and beat Honda in the race. Also, time is ripe for Fisichella to go a notch higher in his home grand prix.

Force India fans will be very content if can beat Honda in the remaining races.

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