The team formerly known as Force India is officially no longer, as the FIA have confirmed Racing Point will be the new name of the Lawrence Stroll-led...
Racing Point Force India
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 Racing Point Force India.
|Team Name||Racing Point Force India|
|Team Leader||Otmar Szafnauer|
|Technical Leader||Andrew Green|
Force India latest news
"Racing Point will change colours to pink and blue"
Ahead of their first full season of not being called Force India anymore, reports have come out that Racing Point will change their livery from...
Perez feels forgotten despite being competitive in Formula 1
Sergio Perez opens up about battling with his teammate.
Racing Point agree sponsorship deal with SportPesa
Racing Point have agreed a major sponsorship deal with online sports betting company SportPesa ahead of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Andy Green on his teams struggle with the 2019 rule changes
Force India technical boss Andy Green believes that the 2019 rule changes will have a negative impact.
2019 changes cost a "few seconds of lap time" in simulations
Formula 1's official 2019 rule changes took "a few seconds of lap time", resulting in "the worst possible outcome" with Racing Point completing...
Stroll believes he's a "more complete driver" despite poor 2018
Racing Point driver Lance Stroll believes he's become a more complete driver during 2018 despite his very difficult campaign at Williams, as...
Pérez thinks Racing Point will take next step: "Now it's the time"
Racing Point driver Sergio Pérez has issued a warning to the rest of the F1 grid, as the Mexican thinks the rest of the teams should be...
Perez snubbed McLaren switch because of Racing Point's "bright future"
Racing Point driver Sergio Pérez has revealed he turned down a return to McLaren next season as he preferred to stay with his current...
Ocon expects Force India to fight for top three
Former Force India driver Esteban Ocon believes that the team could challenge for a spot in F1's elite in 2019. The Frenchman said he was sure...
"Racing Point can bridge gap between top teams" - Perez
Despite a tough 2018, Racing Point Force India driver, Sergio Perez believes the team can close the gap to the top three teams but admitted it...
Ocon: "I want to be world champion. It's my goal and dream"
Esteban Ocon has reiterated his goal to become world champion one day despite not having an F1 seat for 2019.
Ocon: Racing Point will close massive gap to big teams
Former Racing Point (Force India) driver Esteban Ocon believes the team will close the "massive gap" that Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull have...
Perez is a 'good comparison' for Stroll, says Canadian GP promoter
Canadian Grand Prix promoter François Dumontier thinks Sergio Perez will be a good benchmarker for Lance Stroll at Racing Point F1 in 2019.
Racing Point’s problem with efficiency
Having survived a financial crunch and near collapse in 2018, Racing Point Formula 1 team need to find a way to stay efficient or risk not learning...
Szafnauer: More money doesn't mean Racing Point automatically get better results
We're still waiting for a new name, but we expect the new Racing Point/Force India will make a big impact in 2019. Under Lawrence Stroll, they...
Perez not worried about his teammate being favoured despite his fathers ownership
Sergio Perez has dismissed concerns that his new 2019 teammate Lance Stroll will be more favoured despite the new ownership role his father Lawrence...
Pérez not concerned by potential Stroll-favouritism at Racing Point
Racing Point driver Sergio Pérez has said he isn't concerned by potential favouritism of the team to his new teammate Lance Stroll, as...
Stroll thinks he's more consistent now despite Williams struggles
Lance Stroll believes he has become more consistent in Formula 1 despite only recording six points in 2018.
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