F1 » Mallya: Force India in no rush to name drivers for F1 2013

Vijay Mallya says Force India will probably stick to its usual schedule and wait until after the 2012 season before confirming it driver line-up for next year

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LJ - Unregistered

November 12, 2012 7:33 PM

If Kobayashi hasn't found a seat by the end of the season, Force India should definitely snap him up. IMHO... He's way better than both Alguersuari and Sutil and he's not a Rookie so there wont be much of a learning curve unlike if they go with Bianchi.

Dylan - Unregistered

November 13, 2012 12:03 AM

hahaha! Where are those fools now who believe in the British sensationalist hype now?!!! I've been saying for a while now Backtodtm-Rista is out of the team. 100% confirmed for 2013? lol IF that was the case Mallya would had said so. But I guess you rather believe the media than the team owner you zombies!

LJ - Unregistered

November 13, 2012 1:40 AM

I'm not a fan of Di Resta, his personality or his driving skills.. But tbh, he has done a good enough job to stay with the team, I would be surprised if he was replaced next season as the feeling was that they wanted to retain both drivers.

If Mallya really wants the fastest drivers I don't want to see Senna or some other pay driver who is average. So far they haven't gone for what I consider pay drivers, I hope that continues.

Dylan - Unregistered

November 13, 2012 3:21 AM

I guess Kobayashi and Bianchi are fighting hard for a seat with FI as well as both Maldonado and Bruno Williams is a dead horse sad to say this but it's true after going public I had hopes but since Toto Wolff got in-charge nepotism and personal interests prevail in the team and smart shareholders already sold their bit whereas FI is a quiet team but working hard and improving season after season.

LJ - Unregistered

November 13, 2012 3:32 AM

That Williams car is good, actually I think it's better than this years Sauber. I feel Maldonado has been too careless with it though. He's super fast, but because of penalties of his own making he's caused his own suffering. If he had the consistency of his team mate while maintaing his speed he may very well have had more podiums/wins.

The only thing keeping him in the sport is his money, because I can name easily 10 other drivers who would have more points if they had been driving that car.

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