F1 » Mallya out, Bianchi in at Force India?


Could the delay in announcing Force India's 2012 F1 line-up go hand-in-hand with rumours of problems for team principal Vijay Mallya?

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richard

December 14, 2011 1:51 PM

i would be surprised if ferrari allowed bianchi into force india. it was suggested the other day, that he would take kobas seat in the sauber, and that would make more sense from a ferrari point of view

SharkRacer - Unregistered

December 15, 2011 3:38 AM

The new management SaharaSri would do well to bring in best practices and NOT emulate all the VJM did. Especially, the part where VJM very unreasonably 'trashed' all Indian drivers!! The new owners could do well to use their business acumen and rope in drivers from INDIA, a geography that even Bernie believes in!

Chris D - Unregistered

December 15, 2011 12:35 PM

SharkRacer - it does not pay to be too nationalistic when it comes to Formula 1 - teams should put the best drivers in their cars, not drivers with the owner's nationality.

How many Italian drivers has Ferrari had in their history?

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