New Racing Point driver Lance Stroll is delighted to finally, once again, "have a race car" following his positive start to life with his new team.
Indian businessman Vijay Mallya and Dutchman Michiel Mol took over the Spyker team back in 2007. Force India has its home base At Silverstone in England but is still under Indian license. At this moment, the Indian team has won five podium places and one pole position. An investment group led by Lawrence Stroll took the team out of administration in July 2018 and the team is now known as SportPesa Racing Point F1 team.
|Team Name||Racing Point|
|Team Leader||Otmar Szafnauer|
|Technical Leader||Andrew Green|
Racing Point latest news
Lance Stroll talks about the 'wheel to wheel' racing in the midfield
Lance Stroll had a relatively successful start to his time as a Racing Point driver. Having moved from Williams the Canadian driver finished...
Racing Point left feeling very satisfied with Stroll's performance in Australia
Lance Stroll is given praise from his new team boss after picking up points in Australia. Stroll's controversial move caused critics to speak...
Stroll happy with Australia performance after pressure-filled weekend
Lance Stroll says he is very pleased to have scored points on his Racing Point debut after the level of pressure he found himself under.
Stroll believes cars were racing closer than last year
Lance Stroll impressively bounced back from his Q1 exit on Saturday to take ninth place and score two points on his debut for Racing Point, and...
Watch: Resurgent Racing Point
It was a year to forget for Force India and Racing Point in 2018, with the prior going into administration and seeing all of their points wiped...
Sergio Perez believes the Racing Point car has more potential
Sergio Perez managed to squeeze his Racing Point into the top 10 for the start of tomorrow's Australian Grand Prix. The Mexican was a surprise...
Perez eyeing "special result" at Australian Grand Prix
Sergio Perez is renowned for taking a shock result, you only have to think back to the Azerbaijan Grand Prix last year, where he secured an unlikely...
Stroll "feeling in great shape" ahead of Melbourne
Lance Stroll may still only be 20, but he has two years of Formula One experience already behind him and will be expected to step up his performance...
Racing Point have the funding to bring upgrades at every race
Racing Point Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer revealed that the team now has enough financial backing to be able to bring upgrades for their cars...
Szafnauer wants to be competing at the front of the midfield
Racing Point are the new name on the grid after they rebranded from Force India following the takeover of Lawrence Stroll but team principal...
Green expecting more Racing Point progress in 2020
Force India were a team in turmoil in 2018 after they went into administration until Lawrence Stroll saved the constructors and renamed them...
Watch: 2019 pre-season round up
Ferrari set the pace for most of it, Williams didn't get going for two days and Mercedes were suspiciously slow. Plenty happened in Barcelona...
Raikkonen expecting tough midfield battle for Alfa Romeo
New Alfa Romeo driver Kimi Raikkonen has insisted that nothing is guaranteed in the 'midfield' battle for the upcoming season.
Ocon looking to "grab" F1 opportunity
Esteban Ocon has insisted he is ready to "grab" any opportunity that presents itself with his new role in Formula 1.
Perez and Racing Point "ready" for the 2019 season
Sergio Perez has claimed Racing Point have a good inkling of whereabouts they will be in the Formula 1 grid following the pre-season testing in Barcelona.
Hamilton believes F1's "midfield" will be closer to top in 2019
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton believes the "midfield teams" in Formula 1 will be closer to the top of the grid for the upcoming season.
Perez aiming to be best of the rest
Racing Point may have finished way down the table in 2018 following Force India’s collapse but Sergio Perez is well aware they need to...
Vettel shows Ferrari pace on final day - F1 testing morning round-up
Sebastian Vettel once again put Ferrari at the top of the timing sheets, setting a 1:16.221s on C5 compound tyres, leaving Mercedes behind in second.
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