Force India has yet to give up on the hunt for Red Bull in this year’s constructors ’championship, though the point difference between fourth- and fifth-place finishers in the championship is widening. Twenty-four points separated them after the race in Silverstone, and at the Hungaroring, the red bulls with second and third place in terms of points were far apart, as the Force Indie racers did not reach the finish line. Nico Hulkenberg resigned with a broken front wing and Sergio Perez had problems with the brakes. As a result of the unfavorable events, the gap was increased to fifty-seven points, but deputy team boss Bob Fernley is confident that his team can still respond. "Our goal after the race in the UK was clear - to catch Red Bull for fourth place. They performed great in Hungary and took a lot of points, but that's not it.