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Formula 1: Force India

Force India F1 team to speak to drivers after Azerbaijan collision

Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon will be told by Force India bosses that collisions like their Baku clash are "unacceptable" after a second incident in as many Formula 1 races
Autosport

Perez: Ocon actions cost me the win in Baku

Sergio Perez was left fuming over a potential maiden F1 race win after crashing with his Force India team-mate Esteban Ocon.
Crash.Net

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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 -

 

Sergio Perez blames Esteban Ocon for Force India clash in Baku

Sergio Perez has blamed team-mate Esteban Ocon for the collision that ended Force India's hopes of a podium at Formula 1's Azerbaijan Grand Prix, calling it "totally unacceptable"
Autosport

F1-Red Bull take top two spots in Azerbaijan practice

BAKU (Reuters) - Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo finished first and second in the first practice ahead of Sunday's Azerbaijan, in a scorching session that was halted with a red flag..
SBS Also reported by •ReutersDNA

Ocon phoned Force India F1 team-mate to resolve team orders row

Force India F1 driver Esteban Ocon says he phoned team-mate Sergio Perez to clear the air following the pair's Canadian Grand Prix team orders controversy
Autosport

Force India F1 team decides against team orders for Perez and Ocon

Sergio Perez says Force India has decided against changing its team orders strategy despite controversy over his decision to stay ahead of Esteban Ocon during the Canadian Grand Prix
Autosport

Force India: Ocon/Perez will be 'a handful' for rest of F1 2017

Force India expects its driver pairing will now be a "handful" to manage for the remainder of the 2017 Formula 1 season, given Esteban Ocon's recent form
Autosport

First female F1 team boss Monisha Kaltenborn to leave Sauber: Reports

The sport`s first woman team principal, and the second Indian-born after Force India`s Vijay Mallya, Kaltenborn joined Sauber in 2000 to run the legal department and took over as chief executive..
Zee News

Force India admits it should've swapped F1 drivers in Canadian GP

Force India admits it probably should have imposed team orders to switch Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon in the final stages of Formula 1's Canadian Grand Prix
Autosport

Force India's F1 threat to Red Bull circuit specific, Horner feels

Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner believes the threat posed by Force India is "circuit specific", rather than the two teams now being direct rivals
Autosport

Force India Formula One poised for a name change

force india formula one poised for a name change
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya is considering changing his Formula One team's name to make the outfit more attractive to potential sponsors.
MailOnline India Also reported by •Autosport

Vijay Mallya considering Force India name change

LONDON (Reuters) - Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya is considering changing his Formula One team's name to make the outfit more attractive to potential sponsors.
Reuters India Also reported by •SuperSportSBS

Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya in UK court fighting extradition

LONDON (AP) " An Indian tycoon facing extradition to India has appeared at a preliminary hearing in a British court.Co-owner of the Force India Formula 1 team Vijay Mallya confirmed his name and..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times

Sergio Perez: I would never disobey Force India F1 team orders

Sergio Perez insists he would never disobey Formula 1 team orders from the pitwall, despite the controversy over his actions in the Canadian Grand Prix
Autosport

F1 racing boss, 61, wanted in India faces being extradited

f1 racing boss, 61, wanted in india faces being extradited
Vijay Mallya, Force India F1 co-owner, is facing extradition to India after refusing to return there to face fraud charges levelled against him by the government over unpaid loans.
MailOnline Also reported by •MailOnline India

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