Force India test driver Alfonso Celis will have his first run in an official F1 practice session in next week’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
Force India have been denied an appeal against breaking the curfew rules at the Australian Grand Prix by the race stewards.
After finishing a best-ever fifth in the constructors’ championship last year, can Force India realistically expect to do much better in 2016?
Force India’s new VJM09 closely resembles the successful ‘B spec’ version of their previous car as the team seeks to carry their late-2015 momentum into the new season.
The Force India VJM09 has been presented for the first time at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Force India’s test driver Alfonso Celis will be the first to drive the team’s new car when it appears next week.
Force India has appointed Russian 16-year-old Nikita Mazepin as a development driver.
Force India sealed their best ever result of fifth in the championship thanks to their mid-season upgrade for the VJM08.
Force India has announced the signing of 19-year-old Mexican racer Alfonso Celis as their development driver.
Formula One faces the possibility of an investigation by the European Union after two teams lodged a complaint over anti-competitive practices within the sport.
Nico Hulkenberg will remain at Force India for the next two seasons.
Force India team principal Vijay Mallya praised Nico Hulkenberg’s “incredible” victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours yesterday.
European Formula Three champion Esteban Ocon has been added to Force India’s driver roster for this week’s two-day test at the Circuit de Catalunya.
When Force India’s 2015 car finally appeared it averaged 566 kilometres per day – more than any of their rivals managed with their designs.
First pictures of Force India’s new VJM08, which had its maiden outing on the second day of the final pre-season test.
Nico Hulkenberg will give the new Force India VJM08 its maiden run at the Circuit de Catalunya tomorrow afternoon.
Force India has revealed its 2015 F1 car, the VJM08, which will run for the first time on the second day of this week’s test.
Force India is unlikely to appear at the first test of 2015 at Jerez which starts in four days’ time.
Force India has revealed the livery it will use for the 2015 F1 season on a version of the car it raced last year.
Force India scored their highest ever points haul in 2014 – but they could have beaten McLaren to fifth in the championship.