Force India boss Vijay Mallya says he was hoping for more despite a double points finish in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Tonio Liuzzi finished the Montreal race in ninth position, with team-mate Adrian Sutil in 10th as the Silverstone-based squad continued with its streak of grands prix in the points. Both drivers, however, were hampered by accidents early in the race.
Mallya welcomed the points but admitted he would have hoped for a better result.
"Another double points finish for the team is a very positive result, but given our outstanding qualifying performance yesterday I think in my heart of hearts I would have hoped for more," said Mallya. "Both drivers got caught in unfortunate accidents and dropped back but they drove excellently to salvage three points, which, given the circumstances of the race, is very good. We also picked up significant damage on both cars in the incidents and to still show that level of performance is very encouraging.
"What we have learned this weekend is that we've got a very strong car that's capable of fighting with the top four teams entirely on merit and we have two top line drivers who are functioning at their best. We're really looking forward to Valencia now."