Force India to use Toyota wind tunnel
Force India to use Toyota wind tunnel

 Force India will use Toyota`s wind tunnel in Germany for all their aerodynamic testing from next season, the British-based Formula One team announced on Thursday.

Force India confirm Sergio Perez for 2015 and beyond
Force India confirm Sergio Perez for 2015 and beyond

Sahara Force India made it official that Mexican driver Sergio Perez will continue racing with the team in 2015 and beyond.

Vijay Mallya says teenager Jehan Daruvala can make F1 debut in 2 years' time
Vijay Mallya says teenager Jehan Daruvala can make F1 debut in 2 years' time

Sixteen-year-old Jehan Daruvala for long has been tipped as the next Indian to make a rare jump to Formula 1 and prodigy's chief backer Vijay Mallya says his team Force India will be waiting for him provided he does well in junior single seater series in the coming two seasons.

Formula One's smaller teams wary of hidden agenda
Formula One's smaller teams wary of hidden agenda

Formula One`s financially struggling smaller teams fear there could be an "agenda" to end their constructor status and turn them into mere operators of cars provided by bigger rivals.

Fair distribution of revenues must to solve F1 crisis: Vijay Mallya
Fair distribution of revenues must to solve F1 crisis: Vijay Mallya

The deepening of the Formula 1 financial crisis has prompted Force India boss Vijay Mallya to say that the sport's owners must fix the revenue sharing model among teams for the survival of smaller outfits like his.

Vijay Mallya says Sergio Perez set to stay at Force India with 'Hulk'
Vijay Mallya says Sergio Perez set to stay at Force India with 'Hulk'

Sahara Force India boss Vijay Mallya on Tuesday confirmed that the team will retain its current driver line-up for the 2015 Formula One season by giving Sergio Perez an extension, something they have already done in the case of Nico Hulkenberg.

Finishing 5th ahead of McLaren a big task: Vijay Mallya
Finishing 5th ahead of McLaren a big task: Vijay Mallya

Force India Formula One team boss Vijay Mallya feels beating McLaren for fifth spot in the team standings will be a "big task" in the remaining four races of the season.

Third car option too late for 2015 F1 season, says Eric Boullier
Third car option too late for 2015 F1 season, says Eric Boullier

Formula One teams would need six months` notice to add a third car to their lineup, which makes any decision too late already for the start of next season, McLaren racing director Eric Boullier said on Thursday.

Sergio Perez expects to stay at Force India

Mexican Sergio Perez says he expects to stay at the Force India Formula One team next season with an extension likely to be agreed in a matter of weeks.

Sahara Force India happy to retain drivers, says Vijay Mallya

Force India are happy with their current pairing of Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez and see no need to replace either driver next season, the Formula One team`s owner Vijay Mallya said on Friday.

Mallya is Mr Smart of RCB: de Villiers

All praise for his franchise owner Vijay Mallya, Royal Challengers Bangalore cricketer A B de Villiers said the liquor baron is the "Mr Smart" of the team.

RCB owner lauds Parthiv, De Villiers

Royal Challengers Bangalore owner Vijay Mallya today lauded Parthiv Patel and A B de Villiers for guiding the team to victory against arch-rivals Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League.

Mallya pleased with Yuvi for coming into his old vintage self

After splurging a mammoth amount to fetch his services, Royal Challengers Bangalore owner Vijay Mallya was immensely pleased with Yuvraj Singh for playing a crucial role in beating Delhi Daredevils in their IPL campaign opener.

Mallya urges RCB to lift IPL-7 trophy

Giving a pep talk to his players, Royal Challengers Bangalore owner Vijay Mallya on Wednesday expressed his desire to see RCB lift the IPL-7 trophy.

Force India aims to repeat podium show in China

Sahara Force India says the podium finish in Bahrain was not a "one-off" thing since the car was very consistent and the aim is to repeat the performance at Sunday`s Chinese Grand Prix, here.

Force India prove to be new power

Mercedes are the kings of Formula One, but it`s unheralded Force India who have assumed the role of heir apparent, leaving mighty Red Bull, McLaren and Ferrari in their slipstream.

Mallya calls for improvement in car for podium

Sahara Force India have made a solid start to the 2014 Formula 1 season but more needs to be done for the coveted podium finish, said team boss Vijay Mallya ahead of Sunday`s Bahrain Grand Prix.

Gavaskar wants feedback on IPL COO from team owners

Interim BCCI chief for IPL, Sunil Gavaskar has reached out to the team owners to take their feedback on whether to continue with the services of Sundar Raman, the Chief Operating Officer of the T20 league.

Unpredictability factor good for Formula One: Force India

The element of unpredictability that has returned to Formula One with the introduction of rule changes in the 2014 season is great for the sport says Sahara Force India as the team prepare for the season-opening race amidst controversy surrounding one of its owners.

Sahara Force India gears up for new F1 season

With a slew of rule changes coming into play in the Formula One Championships this year, Sahara Force India Team Principal Vijay Mallya feels it would be a "massive challenge" for a small team like his.