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Pérez regrets 'simple miscommunication'

Force India driver Sergio Pérez has expressed frustration at the "simple miscommunication" that he reckons cost him a points…

Mallya: Points needed every race for P4

Force India team boss Vijay Mallya says the outfit needs to be claiming points at every Grand Prix if it is to overhaul Williams…

Video of the Day: Hülkenberg on Hungary

Force India driver Nico Hülkenberg previews this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring.

Williams brings new floor to Hungary

Williams will introduce a new floor at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, as the team looks to fend off Force India in the…

Mallya: Points needed every race for P4

Force India team boss Vijay Mallya says the outfit needs to be scoring points at every Grand Prix if it is to overhaul Williams…

Video of the Day: Force India Fan Zone

Watch as Nico Hülkenberg and Sergio Pérez join Damon Hill and Johnny Herbert at Force India's Fan Zone during the recent…

Mazepin thanks Force India after 'big risk'

Nikita Mazepin thanked Force India for taking a "big risk" in providing him with two days of action in the VJM09 as he made his…

Force India looks to overhaul Williams

Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya reckons the team can now catch Williams in the Constructors' Championship after closing in on…

Force India drivers left wanting more

Force India pair Sergio Pérez and Nico Hülkenberg were left wanting more from the British Grand Prix, despite logging a double…

British Grand Prix: Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez set to stay at Force India

Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez will stay with Force India next year, says owner Vijay Mallya.

F1 Racer Eye Tracking

The Sahara Force India Formula One team had their driver Nico Hülkenberg wear a Tobii head-mounted camera with eye-tracking sensors while practicing. The resulting video points out where Nico spends most of his time looking as well as his incredible focus and reflexes.

German Race Car Driver Uses Eye Tracking Goggles to Reveal How F1 Drivers See the Track

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

German professional race car driver Nico Hülkenberg of the Sahara Force India Formula 1 Team was recently able to bring viewers with him and allow them experience how Formula 1 drivers see the track and how incredibly fast their reflexes are. Nico did this by putting on a special pair of eye tracking goggles and […]

Mazepin to get Force India test run

Force India development driver Nikita Mazepin will appear for the team on both days of next week's post-British Grand Prix test…

Experience what an F1 driver sees with eye-tracking technology

Sahara Force India driver Nico Hulkenberg straps on special eye-tracking goggles to reveal an F1 driver's near-superhuman abilities. Continue reading Experience what an F1 driver sees with eye-tracking technology Experience what an F1 driver sees with eye-tracking technology originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 30 Jun 2016 11:00:00 EDT. Show More Summary

Pérez not distracted by Ferrari rumours

Force India driver Sergio Pérez insists he will not become distracted across a busy period of four races in five weekends as…

Mallya targets more podium finishes

Force India team boss Vijay Mallya has set his sights on achieving further podium finishes over the course of the 2016 campaign…

Celis Jr. set for Austria practice run

Force India development driver Alfonso Celis Jr. will return to the cockpit of the VJM09 during Friday practice for next…

Hülkenberg: Force India can score every race

Nico Hülkenberg believes that Force India has the package to score points at every Grand Prix, following a recent strong run…

Force India aims to close on Williams

Force India Deputy Team Principal Bob Fernley reckons the outfit can now turn its attention to closing the gap to Williams for…

Pérez wins Baku 'Driver of the Day' award

Force India's Sergio Pérez has been voted as the 'Driver of the Day' for the European Grand Prix after claiming his second…

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