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Sergio Perez insists he is “still friends” with Vijay Mallya despite initiating administration proceedings against Force India that forced the embattled business tycoon out of his own Formula 1 team.
Force India’s administrators FRP Advisory LLP have hit out at the Russian company Uralkali for taking legal action over its sale of the team.
Russian company Uralkali says it is suing the administrators responsible for finding a new owner for the Force India Formula 1 team.
Force India team principal Otmar Szafnauer says that Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon won't be allowed to race each other after their first lap contact in the Singapore Grand Prix.
The new Racing Point Force India team has been granted an official entry in Formula 1 from this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, the FIA has confirmed.
A Russian company that was one of the unsuccessful bidders for Force India has questioned the process which led to the team being acquired by a consortium led by Lawrence Stroll.
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The first half of the 2018 Formula 1 season went hardly the way Force India would have envisaged, but the future looks bright for the Silverstone-based team.
Force India's salvation deal could well involve it developing a much deeper relationship with Mercedes - and that possibility is at the heart of why three rival teams are standing in the way of its prize money payments.
The ownership of 'Team Silverstone' has changed once again with a consortium led by Lance Stroll's father acquiring Force India during its administration phase, ending Vijay Mallya's 10 year reign. A quick look at the Formula 1 team's history shows how it changed hands in the past several time.
Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer has admitted the rescued Formula 1 team feared it would suffer the same demise as Caterham and Manor after falling into administration.
A British energy drink company that was rejected by Force India earlier this year still claims it can buy the Formula 1 team that was placed in administration last week.
Formula 1 teams were willing to pay the price for having draggy cars in their pursuit of 'dirty downforce' for the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend.