Force India team principal Vijay Mallya said they have made “probably the best start we’ve had since I took over the team”.
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya says he believes the major teams who are represented in the new F1 Strategy Group will not use their influence to the disadvantage of their rivals.
Force India will benefit from a new investment programme according to owner Vijay Mallya.
Vijay Mallya says he won’t bow to pressure to put an Indian driver in his car.
Force India team principal calls sale rumours “completely untrue and without any basis”.
Vijay Mallya said Force India’s performance has been “quite remarkable, and quite satisfying”.
The Force India drivers are anticipating busy first day’s work at the new Korean International Circuit on Friday as they get used to the new track and try revised parts for the VJM03. Vitantonio Liuzzi will be using a new chassis this weekend after being hit by Felipe Massa at Suzuka: My first impression of … Continue reading Force India pair expect busy Friday
Vijay Mallya says he wants to see an Indian driver racing for his team Force India – but only one that can fight with the front runners. In an apparent snub to Karun Chandhok, who became the second Indian driver to compete in F1 this year, Mallya told Formula1.com: It is very important [to have … Continue reading Mallya wants competitive Indian driver
I had the fortune to spend a few hours with the Force India F1 team last weekend to watch their preparations for the British Grand Prix (read the full article on Auto Trader here). The Silverstone-based team have brought a raft of updates for their home Grand Prix. Will they be able to get off … Continue reading British Grand Prix preview: Force India
Is Giancarlo Fisichella right to be this optimistic about Force India?: Looking at everybody’s lap times I believe we will not have a car that will be last anymore. His boss certainly thinks so – Colin Kolles reckons the team will make it into the second part of qualifying in Melbourne in three Saturday’s time. … Continue reading 2008: Force India
Having made my usual new year’s resolutions (about drinking less coffee and spending less time on writing F1 Fanatic) I dreamt up a few resolutions I’d like F1 drivers and other figures to take. Here are 20 resolutions I thought up – suggest some of your own in the comments box below…
Spyker is set to be renamed Force India next year pending approval from the World Motor Sports Council. Bernie Ecclestone has already approved the move. The team’s new owner Vijay Mallya wants to re-brand the team, giving it its fourth name in as many years. It will continue to be based near Silverstone circuit in … Continue reading F1’s new team for 2008: Force India
In the F1 news this week Timo Glock is rumoured to be about to sign for Toyota for 2008, while expectations grow that Fernando Alonso will be back in Renault colours next year. Meanwhile F1 fans can give their feedback on the sport in the Pitpass survey and Switzerland elects to uphold its 52-year ban … Continue reading F1 in the news 54: Glock set for Toyota
The Silverstone-based Spyker team is set for yet another change of ownership as current team director Michel Mol is preparing to buy it from parent company Spyker Cars. Spyker Cars has run into financial problems and has accepted an ?â?ó?óÔé¼?í?é?¼80m (?âÔÇÜ?é?ú54.2m / $109m) offer from Mol and Indian business partner Vijay Mallya. It originally bought … Continue reading Spyker set for yet another buyout
A ferocious, bitter battle for supremacy is being fought on Formula One. Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher have waged war on one another for three consecutive, bruising rounds. But, such is the nature of Formula One in 2006, the blows being exchanged are not the cut and thrust of passing and defending, but quick laps … Continue reading Home hero Alonso wins tactical struggle against Schumacher