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
Marussia and Caterham are Formula One's "new teams." Despite both now being well-established, they retain this title because neither has managed to make the transition from new-on-the-block backmarker to midfield runner. Force IndiaShow More Summary
Mexican Sergio Perez expects to stay with Force India next season and hopes that a deal for 2015 is announced in the next month. Perez joined Force India this year after losing his drive at McLaren. On the eve of this weekend’s Belgian...Show More Summary
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS Belgium (Reuters) - Mexican Sergio Perez says he expects to stay at the Force India Formula One team next season with an extension likely to be agreed in a matter of weeks. "Nothing is confirmed yet but we should be,...Show More Summary
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has defended his decision to take a day off in the run-up to the fifth and final Test against England at The Oval. Rain forced India to train indoors on Thursday after they were beaten by an innings inside three days in the fourth Test at Old Trafford last week. Show More Summary
Mercedes and Force India are at opposite ends of the Formula One grid in terms of the size of their budgets. This season, however, both teams are getting an excellent return on their investments. The other thing those two teams haveShow More Summary
Having already done testing duties for the likes of Caterham and Force India, America’s Alexander Rossi has now been signed by rival Formula One team Marussia as its new reserve driver. It’s not clear why Rossi left Caterham to join Marussia, as both teams are backmarkers, but we know the 22-year-old’s departure from the British...
With only three manufacturers supplying engines in Formula One this season, the teams have been fairly evenly split: Ferrari, Sauber and Marussia use Ferrari engines; Mercedes, McLaren, Williams and Force India run on Mercedes power; Red Bull, Toro Rosso, Lotus and Caterham employ Renault power units. Show More Summary
Daniel Ricciardo won the 2014 Canadian Grand Prix, with Nico Rosberg in second. Despite suffering a loss of ERS power midway through the race, the German had somehow held off the rest of the field to score 18 priceless points. It was...Show More Summary
Sergio Perez and Felipe Massa's Canadian Grand Prix came to a devastating end when the pair collided on the final lap. Since the incident, both parties have taken to social media to plead their case. Stewards investigating the incident...Show More Summary
This weekend's Canadian Grand Prix could see Mercedes' dominance reach its absolute peak. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and its inviting long straights will play perfectly into the hands of the Silver Arrows, with Nico Rosberg claiming...Show More Summary
During Formula One preseason testing, the two midfield teams with the most buzz were Williams and Force India. After three races, though both teams have performed significantly better than they did in 2013, they are headed in opposite directions. In Bahrain, Force India secured their best result of the season when Sergio Perez came home third. Show More Summary
Fernando Alonso of Ferrari has spent a lot of the first two races of the 2014 Formula One season looking at the back of Nico Hulkenberg 's Force India. Sure, the Spaniard eventually passed Hulkenberg in both Australia and Malaysia, but...Show More Summary
Most years, the new crop of Formula One racecars come out from each team looking just like the ones they replace. But every once in a while, the FIA shakes up the rules significantly enough to force the teams back to the drawing board. Show More Summary
Williams is the second Formula One team to reveal its new race car for the 2014 season, following on the heels of Force India, which showed off its car yesterday. Williams’ new racer is called the FW36 and it comes powered by an engine and Energy Recovery System (ERS) sourced from Mercedes-Benz. The FW36 is the result of more than two years...
Land Rover has reportedly registered the Landy name, which the automaker may end up using on a new crossover positioned below its Range Rover Evoque. Previously, Land Rover has struggled to make a case for a smaller model, but as the compact crossover and SUV segments increase in global markets, the time could be right for Land Rover's smallest...