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Formula 1: Force India

Focus on Force India would be 'huge mistake' for Williams - Smedley

Williams performance chief Rob Smedley believes it would be "a huge mistake" to solely focus on beating Force India in the 2016 Formula 1 constructors' championship
Autosport

Bottas concerned by gap to Force India

Valtteri Bottas has admitted that Williams' position relative to closest championship rival Force India does not bode well after day one of the Singapore F1 Grand Prix.
Crash.Net

Videos for Formula 1: Force India

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An in-depth preview of the Singapore Grand Prix, which takes place this weekend. Lewis Hamilton leads the drivers' table with 250 points, closely followed by Nico Rosberg on 248 after the German..
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News video: F1 Track Preview with Nico Hülkenberg - GP of Singapore 2016

F1 Track Preview with Nico Hülkenberg - GP of Singapore 2016 01:43

Welcome to the Grand Prix in Singapore. Force India driver Nico Hülkenberg leads us across the curvy Marina Bay Street Circuit on a virtual lap and explains Key parts, ideal line and set-up demands.
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News video: F1 Track Preview with N.Hülkenberg - GP of Belgium 2016

F1 Track Preview with N.Hülkenberg - GP of Belgium 2016 01:09

"Be on top in every corner, that will give you a good laptime and that's what is all about". Sahara Force India driver Nico Hülkenberg is looking forward to race on one of his favourite track at..
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Strange steering trouble baffles Perez in Singapore GP F1 practice

Sergio Perez heads into Singapore Grand Prix qualifying concerned about a "strange" steering issue with his Force India Formula 1 car
Autosport

Formula 1: Sergio Perez talks sombreros and Tom Cruise

formula 1: sergio perez talks sombreros and tom cruise
BBC 5 live reporter Tom Clarkson catches up with Force India's Sergio Perez, as he discusses his career in F1, wearing sombreros and being mistaken for Tom Cruise.
BBC Sport

Perez on brink of new F1 deal for 2017

perez on brink of new f1 deal for 2017
Sergio Perez expects to announce his 2017 Formula One plans before the month is out, with a new contract at his Force India team the likely scenario.
F1 Pulse

Singapore Grand Prix Thursday F1 press conference full transcript

Thursday Singapore Grand Prix press conference with Marcus Ericsson (Sauber), Felipe Nasr (Sauber), Jolyon Palmer (Renault), Sergio Perez (Force India), Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing) and Valtteri..
Autosport

Special Report: Singapore Grand Prix: Force India Defies the Doubters

Since the Indian entrepreneur Vijay Mallya took over the Formula One team in 2008, it's success has continued to grow.
NYTimes.com

Top F1 teams could decide Williams/Force India battle for fourth

Claire Williams believes one mistake from Mercedes, Ferrari or Red Bull could be crucial in her team's battle with Force India for fourth place in the Formula 1 constructors' championship
Autosport

Formula 1 will grow again with Liberty - Force India's Bob Fernley

Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley is hoping new owner Liberty Media will create growth in Formula 1, as he took a final potshot at CVC
Autosport

Italian Grand Prix: Force India F1 balance 'crap' - Nico Hulkenberg

Force India heads into this weekend's Italian Grand Prix struggling with balance on its Formula 1 car that has been described as "crap" by Nico Hulkenberg
Autosport

Williams need something to beat Force India Bottas

Valtteri Bottas tips his cap to Force India's run of form, admits Williams 'needs to find something' to reclaim fourth in the F1 standings.
Crash.Net

Perez: No politics in Force India key to success

Sergio Perez says the lack of political struggles inside the Force India team has helped it jump to fourth in the F1 constructors' standings
Crash.Net

Fernando Alonso 'should have backed off' in F1 pitlane clash

Bob Fernley believes Fernando Alonso should have backed off in his pitlane battle with Nico Hulkenberg that potentially could have cost Force India ground in the Formula 1 constructors' championship
Autosport

Force India will be very surprised to lose Perez

Force India expects to keep Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg for the 2017 Formula 1 season.
Crash.Net

Force India to ramp up efforts to keep Sergio Perez for F1 2017

Force India will start discussions with Sergio Perez's commercial partners next month in its attempt to convince them to stay with the Formula 1 team in 2017
Autosport


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