F1 » Force India still up for McLaren battle

Despite falling behind its rival at Spa-Francorchamps, Sahara Force India isn't about to let McLaren rest easy.

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September 04, 2013 1:48 PM

Force India have gutted Williams, Nigel Mansell's team. And now they're beating up Alain Prost's and Ayrton Senna's Team. McLaren. I, for one, have not been kind enough to them. A job well done!


September 04, 2013 6:05 PM

It reflects good on Force India fighting giant names in F1 like Williams and McLaren but its reflects much more badly on Williams who year by year have to eat the dust of the migfield pack in most races and McLaren which will take good leasons by this experience. Thats F1. A few days ago I was watching a video on youtube: F1 2009 Top 4 teams review. After dominating the top 4 standings for three years you just se how pathetic were Ferrari, McLaren, Renault and BMW Sauber at many races in 2009.


September 04, 2013 6:33 PM

but a good question must be...where is the money coming from? with kingfisher airline closed down and with staff not being paid, and with mallya selling off most of his distillery, all to keep fi going, he is quickly running out f cash.

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