Formula One’s new rules for 2014 amount to the biggest change in a generation, according to Force India’s technical director Andrew Green.
Force India technical director Andrew Green admitted the nose of the new Force India VJM07 is the “stand-out” feature on the car but said it will change soon.
Force India have become the first team to reveal an image of their 2014 F1 contender, the VJM07.
Force India have confirmed Sergio Perez will race for them in 2014 after signing a “multi-year deal” with the former McLaren driver.
Nico Hulkenberg will drive for Force India again in 2014 after his departure from Sauber was confirmed.
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya says his team has recaptured its early-season form at a critical stage in the championship.
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.
Paul di Resta says he is still not sure what caused his crash in the closing stages of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Adrian Sutil has been handed a three-place grid drop for impeding Lewis Hamilton during qualifying.
Force India have appointed James Calado as their new third driver. He will drive for them in practice at Monza on Friday.
Paul di Resta claimed the credit for the call on tyres which almost helped him take pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix.
Force India will remain a Mercedes engine customer in 2014 and beyond, the team has announced.
Paul di Resta said the Malaysian Grand Prix was a missed opportunity after both Force Indias retired with wheel nut problems.
Paul di Resta said he was pleased Force India scored seventh and eighth place in the Australian Grand Prix but believed he should have been the driver in seventh place.
Force India led almost half of the last Grand Prix but a winter spent dithering over drivers was not the ideal preparation for their sixth F1 season.
Paul di Resta sympathised with Jules Bianchi and congratulated Adrian Sutil on returning to Force India as his team mate.
Adrian Sutil will return to Formula One with Force India this year, the team have announced.
Adrian Sutil believes he’s done everything he can to earn a race seat with Force India but admits there’s “a little bit of business” in the decision.
Force India simulator driver James Rossiter says his tests for the team this week show the value of using a simulator for car development.
Force India say they expect to confirm the identity of Paul di Resta’s team mate before the second test of the year in Barcelona.