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Formula 1: Force India

Motor racing-F1-Red Bull take top two spots in Azerbaijan practice

Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo finished first and second in the first practice ahead of Sunday's Azerbaijan, in a scorching session that was halted with a red flag after Sergio Perez of..
DNA

First female F1 team boss Monisha Kaltenborn to leave Sauber: Reports

The sport`s first woman team principal, and the second Indian-born after Force India`s Vijay Mallya, Kaltenborn joined Sauber in 2000 to run the legal department and took over as chief executive..
Zee News

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News video: F1 team co-owner Vijay Mallya could face second extradition request

F1 team co-owner Vijay Mallya could face second extradition request 01:36

Indian businessman Mallya is accused of fraud, which he denies, by Indian authorities
Source: Reuters - Sports -

 

Force India Formula One poised for a name change

force india formula one poised for a name change
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya is considering changing his Formula One team's name to make the outfit more attractive to potential sponsors.
MailOnline India

Vijay Mallya considering Force India name change

LONDON (Reuters) - Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya is considering changing his Formula One team's name to make the outfit more attractive to potential sponsors.
Reuters India Also reported by •SuperSport

F1 racing boss, 61, wanted in India faces being extradited

f1 racing boss, 61, wanted in india faces being extradited
Vijay Mallya, Force India F1 co-owner, is facing extradition to India after refusing to return there to face fraud charges levelled against him by the government over unpaid loans.
MailOnline India

Vijay Mallya could face further charges, UK court told

Vijay Mallya, the co-owner of Formula One team Force India, could face further charges and a second request to extradite him from Britain to India, a London court heard on Tuesday.
Zee News Also reported by •Reuters India

Co-owner of Formula One team Force India could face further charges, UK court told

LONDON (Reuters) - Vijay Mallya, the co-owner of Formula One team Force India, could face further charges and a second request to extradite him from Britain to India, a London court heard on Tuesday.
Reuters

Vijay Mallya dismisses speculation of Force India sale

Troubled Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has dismissed speculation of a possible sale of his team to Australian David Brabham or Formula One's former commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Esteban Ocon making a name for himself as a rising F1 star

MONACO (AP) Esteban Ocon is described by one member of his Force India team as a ''sponge'' because of his capacity to absorb information.
FOX Sports

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