It is a landmark race for Force India, who are on the verge of finishing a record fourth in the team standings.
They are 27 points ahead of rivals Williams in the battle for fourth and only a disastrous race can stop the Silverstone squad from achieving the milestone.
Perez starts behind Hulkenberg, who in the middle of his final race at Force India as he moves to Renault next year.
The Williams of Felipa Massa, who is retiring from Formula 1 after tomorrow's race, and Valtteri Bottas, will start behind the Force India drivers after setting the 10th and 11th fastest time in qualifying.
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