Andy Green on Force India's step forward

Andy Green on Force India's step forward

Force India is hopeful of a big step forward in performance at the Spanish Grand Prix, thanks to a raft of aerodynamic upgrades being used for the first time on the VJM04. Edd Straw sat down to talk about it with technical director Andy Green

Force India will run its true 2011 aerodynamic package for the first time during Friday practice for the Spanish Grand Prix.

AUTOSPORT spoke to Andy Green, who took over as technical director during the build-up to the 2011 season. He explains why the team considers its season to start in Barcelona, what made Force India drop the aerodynamic concept that has served it so well over the past two seasons and his hopes for the 'real' 2011 car.

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