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Force India ‘legacy' hurting SportPesa Racing Point

SportPesa Racing Point believe their struggles in 2019 are a 'legacy' of the financial crisis which ended Force India. The Force India team went into administration last year and were bought by a consortium headed by Lawrence Stroll, with the new 'Racing Point' entry taking their place in the Championship. While the financial side of the team is now very much secure, the lack of development from Force India in 2018 as the team neared its demise has created a 'legacy' that continues to hamper SportPesa Racing Point in 2019. Currently P7 in the Constructors' Championship, the team have promised an aggressive development path throughout 2019 and another major upgrade is due soon to address...
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