Date: 5th August 2015 at 8:14am
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Over the course of the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend both Force India drivers were involved in big crashes following car failures.

During Friday practice Sergio Perez suffered a right-rear suspension fault which flung his car into the barriers, flipping over its own tethered front wheels.

The Mexican climbed out of his upside down car unharmed, but Force India sat out of the rest of the days running as a precaution.

Then on race day Nico Hulkenberg suffered a front wing failure as he headed down the front straight, the front wing simply fell off the car and Hulkenberg ran over it before heading into the tyre wall.

?We?ll analyse it. Reliability is one of this team?s strengths so I feel confident that we?ll find the root cause and fix it and that will be the end of it,? Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer told Sky Sports.

?Looking forward, we will fix the issues that we had here and with good underlying pace I think for the rest of the season we can look forward to some good racing.?