F1 » Mallya: We all know what's at stake

Force India F1 team principal and chairman Dr. Vijay Mallya admits that he is well aware just how pivotal the upcoming races are - but he insists he is optimistic about the Silverstone-based squad's chances at Suzuka

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October 03, 2010 1:52 AM
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Trevor are you seriously asking if he is a doctor of medicine or is that a joke? If you are serious... you must be like 10, and he has an honorary doctorate in Business admin, not all people with Dr. in front of their names practise medicine.

Johnny86 - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 1:06 PM

@vetti not really.the car name is the intial s of all three owner him and two "Mol" .one of them is melanie Mole.forgot the J- name.plz dont comment with wrong info.

nossense - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 3:11 PM

The only thing interesting in the "news" is the picture's glasses: you can see the retard face of Collin Colles before being sacked two years ago...

Vijay MUST dump its crappy drivers and sign reliable and fast ones.

Something must be wrong when this team is missing a proftile like Fisichella's after a season full of mediocrecy only to be masked by the new points system.

Jose - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 4:28 PM

The Force has been making progress all this season. The one soft spot I see is driver #2 Liuzzi. Its time time to go for someone with some real speed. The points difference is almost just like what is happening at Mercedes. That glaring point difference, something has to be done so the team can be more of a
"force" to be reckoned with.

Vijay when are you going to put a racer from India in the car? I know a couple that can match pace with Liuzzi

I bet the F1 fans in India are wondering just the same thing.



October 03, 2010 6:59 PM

jose. first of all, i cannot see any current indian driver being at the level required in f1 Chandhok got in with a little help, but is not setting the grid alight. apart from that, why on earth should mallay put in an indian driver. if he wants to succeed, he needs to employ the best driver that he can afford. f1 is not like the defunct a1 series. nationalities of drivers is totally irrelevant.


October 03, 2010 8:12 PM

The reason why Vijay would want to hire an Indian driver would be that he's in an Indian team with the Indian GP next year. This increases sponsorship from Indian companies. Which increases money.

Hate to say it, but that's all F1's about now, money.

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