Sergio Pérez expressed his optimism after he received his first taste of Force India's VJM08 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Force India's new Formula 1 challenger, the VJM08, made its official track debut at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Friday, with Nico Hülkenberg rolling the car out of the pits early in the afternoon.
Nico Hülkenberg praised his Force India team following the VJM08's reliable start to life at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Fernando Alonso has left hospital looking fit and well, but will miss the third and final Formula One pre -season test at the Circuit de Catalunya -Barcelona. McLaren reserve driver Kevin Magnussen will share the MP4-30 with Jenson Button. The...Show More Summary
If this Formula One car looks familiar, well, it sure looks a lot like the leaked render we saw ten days ago. Regardless, it's official this time: this is the new Force India VJM08 race car. Force India is the only team who hasn't gotten test time in their new car for 2015, and now they will be late with it to Barcelona, too. Read more...
In Formula One, teams are often reflections of their respective driver line-ups, a concept that is especially true at Force India heading into the 2015 season. When Vijay Mallya took control of the outfit—then under the guise of Spyker—at...Show More Summary
Twitter user Jose Manuel Salazar claims that this render of a Formula One race car is, in fact, Force India's 2015 VJM08 car. Is he right, though? We'll find out with the start of the season. While Force India will be letting Pascal Weirlein test their car at Barcelona, it will be in their 2014 VJM07 instead. Read more...
Marussia's return has been thrown into doubt after at least one team on the Formula One Strategy Group voted against allowing them to use a 2014 car for the coming season. Reports suggest Force India threw the fatal spanner into the works, but Bernie Ecclestone later revealed opposition existed elsewhere as well. Show More Summary
On a day when all eyes in motor racing were focused on McLaren Honda becoming the world's most boring twinsie with Force India, Nissan quietly released the first official photo of their Le Mans car. Read more...
McLaren will unveil their 2015 car on Thursday, 29 Jan., three days before the start of winter testing. We've seen a computer-generated Williams and Force India's new colour scheme, but the MP4-30 will be the first of this year's challengers...Show More Summary
If you can't beat them, look like them. That was the overriding feeling as Force India launched their 2015 Formula One season in Mexico City on January 21, unveiling a dashing new colour scheme which looked remarkably familiar. The contrasting...Show More Summary
2015 will be the year of the "thumb nose" per the new interpretation of the FIA's nose structure rules. Oh, and Force India, I am disappoint. This is their 2015 livery, and gone are the unique green accents that set it apart from all the other black and silver cars on the grid. Read more...
Force India will reveal their 2015 Formula One car, the VJM08, in a ceremony in Mexico City later this month, according to Sky Sports' Pete Gill. The unveiling, which is scheduled for January 21, promises to take F1 back to a time when...Show More Summary
The Sauber Formula One team has faced financial difficulties in recent years. Along with fellow independent teams like Force India and Lotus, the Swiss outfit has struggled with rising costs while continuing to receive a small piece of the F1 financial pie. For 2015, though, it appears their money troubles may be taken care of. Show More Summary
Sahara Force India Formula One driver Nico Hülkenberg is officially part of the Porsche factory team for next year's 24 Hours of Le Mans; the last time a current F1 driver got permission from his team to compete in the world's biggest...Show More Summary
The last few seats are being taken in the grand game of musical chairs that ensues at the end of any Formula One season. The latest announcement comes from Force India, which has confirmed that it's keeping Sergio Perez in place notShow More Summary
Formula One's budgetary woes seem to have come to an inevitable head: someone's gotta flip their lid on social media. That someone is Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya, and he's expressing his displeasure by putting Red Bull on blast for their cheaty wings. Read more...
Earlier this week, Force India announced that Nico Hulkenberg will remain with the team for the 2015 season. The signing is a coup for the Silverstone-based team as, on talent alone, Hulkenberg should be driving for one of the top teams...Show More Summary
Nico Hulkenberg will remain with Force India for the 2015 Formula One season after posting his most successful campaign to date. The news was confirmed by the team on Twitter: Hulkenberg suggested a bright future awaits, telling theShow More Summary
If at the beginning of the year you had highlighted any number of Formula One drivers with a point to prove in the 2014 season, Sergio Perez would almost certainly have featured in your reckoning. It would not have been an exaggeration...Show More Summary