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Jun 28, 2017
Formula 1: Vijay Mallya takes steps to change Force India's name to attract global sponsorsVijay Mallya was quoted on 14 June as saying he was considering changing the name of the Silverstone-based team to make it more attractive to potential sponsors and give it more of an "international flavour".
Apr 18, 2017
Vijay Mallya’s arrest, bail in London: Narendra Modi govt's action sends strong message to abscondersVijay Mallya may have got conditional bail by a Westminster magistrate court as per the provisions of British law hours after his arrest in London, but it surely means that his time to freedom and living in luxurious surroundings is counted
Nov 10, 2016
F1: Force India signs Esteban Ocon for 2017The French driver has signed a multi-year contract, that begins next year, with the team
Aug 08, 2016
2016 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC: Double podium for Jehan at AssenIndian driver finishes third in both races at the Dutch Circuit
May 30, 2016
F1 2016: Hamilton ends winless streak with victory at MonacoBotched pitstop robs Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo of first; Sahara Force India's Sergio Perez takes third place
Mar 18, 2016
2016 Australian GP: Hamilton dominates Friday PracticeMercedes AMG F1 team-mate Nico Rosberg crashes out during FP2
Jul 31, 2015
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC: Jehan sixth at Spa-FrancorchampsSixth place in Race 1, while torrential rains wash out Race 2
Apr 13, 2015
Fourth place for Jehan Daruvala on Formula Renault debutJehan Daruvala also received the trophy for the top rookie of the event
Apr 16, 2014
Force India aims another podium finish in Chinese Grand PrixForce India say the podium finish in Bahrain was not a "one-off" thing and the aim is to repeat the performance at Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
Apr 07, 2014
After third in Bahrain, Force India confident of more podium finishesSergio Perez held off the challenge from Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and finished the 57-lap race on Sunday in third place, just 0.422 seconds ahead of the Australian who was on the softer tyres.