F1 » Resilient, resourceful, resurgent Force India chasing podiums in 2010


Having broken through in the top flight with its maiden pole position, fastest lap and damn-near grand prix victory in 2009, Force India F1 is aiming higher still with its newly-launched, Mercedes-powered VJM03 in 2010...

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sokudo - Unregistered

February 09, 2010 5:09 PM

podiums? with liuzzi? no chance. he isn't good enough imo. sutil will have more of a chance now that kimis gone. them 2 couldn't stay away from each other, like a magnetic attraction.

rob01

February 09, 2010 5:33 PM

McL/Merc provided engine,gearbox and shifter to FI last year. In addition McL provided tech support by loaning McL employees to ForceI. As of end of last year no one loaned is still with FI. It will be more difficult than last year to get the same results.

bennish jose - Unregistered

February 10, 2010 4:04 AM

I am from India and I know how much of determination,passion and courage Mr.Mallya has shown to get the Force India team rolling.In the second year we were able to win a podium and points.There so may out there with a lot of money and still struggling...Common Force India...

Frank G

February 10, 2010 4:58 AM
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F1 is looking more and more like a high end A1GP...
Force India, USF1, Mercedes with it's all German team and drivers, McLaren with it's all Brit Drivers...
Just a comment...

tanmay - Unregistered

February 10, 2010 3:18 PM

i think wat franky said is prety much the future of F1.teams looking for home drivers.this is a very viable option from the point of view of adverstisement and builing a strong fan base.in india too,people r critisizing dr.malya for not pickin an indian driver.and i surely do think that there is no such indian driver who would be albe to perform at this stage rgt nw..

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