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 8:25 PM

joes. ( are you jose?) granted. but mallya has to ballance nationality with winning. i think that more success is worth more to him than a poorly performing pay driver. apart from that, merc are pulling strings to get one of their other drivers into the car. paul di resta and bruno spengler are said to be in the frame.

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October 04, 2010 1:12 AM

@ Richard,

well Chandhok was with one of the new teams. I think the car he was driving never surpassed the 107% level, really the team he was driving for should have never been allowed on the grid.

I hope you are not judging his talent by his driving for that team.. One would hope that Force would at least give him a test outing.

What about Narain Karthikeyan, he was doing a fair with Jordan, I still remember him chasing JV at Spa. I believe he is still active.

A Indian driver would be good for the sport and surely bring some $$ sponsorship for team Force. I bet even Mallya could use a couple of good sponsorship bucks.

Time to change Liuzzi, reason simple he is just slow! He is just not on the level of his mate, Sutil. Just look at the point difference, in F1 points mean money.

Richard the driving Fouce in F1 is money..



October 04, 2010 6:35 PM

rob. why didnt you say "mclaren is a british team and wants an all british line-up"

but at the end of the day, i dont like the tag, all german team, OR all british team. but isnt nico dual nationality?

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