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Formula 1: Force India

Sergio Perez wants 2018 Formula 1 seat sorted by Belgian Grand Prix

Force India driver Sergio Perez hopes his Formula 1 2018 deal will be in place when the championship resumes after the summer break at the Belgian Grand Prix
Autosport

Force India F1 owner Mallya not giving up on catching Red Bull

Force India team owner Vijay Mallya says he is "not giving up" on catching Red Bull for third place in this year's Formula 1 constructors' championship
Autosport

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News video: F1 team co-owner Vijay Mallya could face second extradition request

F1 team co-owner Vijay Mallya could face second extradition request 01:36

Indian businessman Mallya is accused of fraud, which he denies, by Indian authorities
Source: Reuters - Sports -

 

Ocon excited for return to 'favourite track' in Hungary

Esteban Ocon hopes to impress at his favourite track, the Hungaroring, and continue his strong start to life in F1 with Force India this weekend.
Crash.Net

Mercedes DTM driver Auer says Force India Formula 1 test is 'crazy'

Getting a first Formula 1 test while fighting for the DTM title shows motorsport can be "crazy", says Lucas Auer
Autosport

Force India starts talks with Sergio Perez for 2018 Formula 1 season

Force India has begun contract talks with Sergio Perez about extending his stay with the Formula 1 team into next season
Autosport

Berger's nephew Auer to test with Force India

berger's nephew auer to test with force india
Austrian Lucas Auer, the nephew of retired racer Gerhard Berger, will make his Formula One test debut with Force India in Hungary in August, the Mercedes-powered team said on Tuesday.
SuperSport

Auer, Mazepin handed Force India F1 test chances

Lucas Auer will drive an F1 car for the first time during the Hungary F1 test thanks to Force India.
Crash.Net

Force India rebrand set to remove India from F1 team's name

SILVERSTONE, England (AP) Force India is set for a rebrand that strips the Formula One team of its association with the South Asian nation.
FOX Sports Also reported by •USATODAY.com

Perez has thought about 2018 F1 plans 'a lot'

While his current duties with Force India may remain his priority, Sergio Perez admits that he has been giving his 2018 F1 plans a lot of thought.
Crash.Net

Force India F1 team brings major upgrade for British Grand Prix

Force India will bring its biggest update of the 2017 Formula 1 season to this weekend's British Grand Prix, according to its technical director Andrew Green
Autosport


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