Paul di Resta rates Silverstone layout as the best – Formula 1 news Paul di Resta has claimed that the Silverstone track layout is better than all of the other circuits on the Formula 1 calendar. According to the Force India driver,Show More Summary
Adrian Sutil confident of enjoying success with Force India – Formula 1 news Adrian Sutil is confident that he can enjoy success with Force India in the coming years and claimed that he has no plans to switching teams at the moment. Force...Show More Summary
Paul di Resta admires Force India one-stop strategy in Canada – Formula 1 news Force India driver Paul di Resta has admired his team’s one-stop strategy in the 2013 Canadian Grand Prix because of which he managed to secure an impressive...Show More Summary
Force India driver Paul di Resta has insisted that his relationship with the team is "still good" after the Canadian Grand Prix, despite suffering another early qualifying exit.
Force India's Paul di Resta has heaped praise on his team for its Canadian Grand Prix strategy, with the Scot completing a mammoth opening stint of 56 laps on the Medium compound tyre to rise from 17th on the grid to seventh at the finish.
Paul di Resta set the pace during a mixed opening practice session for the Canadian Grand Prix on Friday, with a wet track surface gradually improving sufficiently to warrant a late flurry of slick-tyre runs. The Force India driver, who posted a best time of 1:21.020, led McLaren's Jenson Button by 0.088 seconds, with Romain Grosjean third.
Force India Chief Operating Officer Otmar Szafnauer believes that Mercedes will have gained "a big advantage" from its recent test on prototype Pirelli tyre compounds, with debate over the private outing still rife as the Canadian Grand Prix weekend begins.
Adrian Sutil hopes to attain good result in the 2013 Canadian Grand Prix – Formula 1 News Force India driver Adrian Sutil has said that he is hoping to attain good result in the 2013 Canadian Grand Prix after delivering an impressive...Show More Summary
Force India eyes podium finish in the 2013 Canadian Grand Prix – Formula 1 News Force India team principal, Vijay Mallya has said that they are looking forward to secure a podium finish in the 2013 Canadian Grand Prix. The Silver-based squad have performed impressively well in the season until now. Show More Summary
Vijay Mallya hopes to end Force India’s podium drought – Formula 1 news Vijay Mallya is confident that Force India are going to end the podium drought sometime soon. Last time the team managed to do that was in Belgium back in 2009,Show More Summary
Paul di Resta thinks straight-line speed is crucial in the Canadian Grand Prix – Formula 1 News Force India driver, Paul di Resta, has said that straight-line speed will play an important role in the Canadian Grand Prix which is to be...Show More Summary
The Force India Formula 1 team is closing in on the top teams. With Adrian Sutil finishing fifth in Monaco and Di Resta ninth team principal Vijay Mallya believes his team is now close to its first podium finish since 2009.
Vijay Mallya believes 2014 rules by FIA may press smaller teams – Formula 1 news Force India team principal, Vijay Mallya has said that the rules for the 2014 Formula 1 season by the FIA may press smaller teams in the sport. There are...Show More Summary
Starting in 2014, Mercedes AMG will supply engines to four of Formula One's 11 teams: McLaren, Mercedes, Force India, and Williams. It looks like the Germans are taking over F1. Read more...
Force India target to keep pressure on McLaren in the season ahead – Formula 1 news Force India deputy team principal, Bob Fernley has said that they are going to keep pressure on their main rival, McLaren in the season ahead. The Silverstone-based squad have performed convincingly well in the first six rounds of the season. Show More Summary
Force India team boss Vijay Mallya has sent out a warning message to the Formula 1 field ahead of the sport's transition from V8 engines to turbocharged 1.6-litre V6 units, explaining that a solution is promptly required to stop costs spiralling out of control.
Bob Fernley claims Adrian Sutil needed a confidence booster – Formula 1 News Force India’s deputy team principal, Bob Fernley, has claimed that Adrian Sutil needed a solid result in order to get his confidence back, especially afterShow More Summary
Force India driver Adrian Sutil says his fifth-place finish in the Monaco Grand Prix was the perfect response to a troublesome phase of races, with the German scoring points for the first time since the season-opener at Albert Park back in March.
Force India driver Paul di Resta says he was "left out to dry" during this afternoon’s all-important qualifying session in Monaco, with the Scotsman being eliminated from the opening knockout phase after a strategic error in mixed weather conditions.
Force India driver Adrian Sutil says it is only a matter of time until he adds another large haul to his 2013 points tally, with the German fully focused on bouncing back from a troublesome quartet of races which have failed to yield a top ten finish.