Racing Point – the team previously known as Force India – will hold a launch event for its 2019 F1 season in Canada.
Can Force India change its name without losing its claim to the prize money it earned in the second half of 2018? F1’s complicated rules make it unclear.
Force India has been replaced by Racing Point on the official 2019 F1 entry list, which also confirms the numbers most of next year’s new drivers will use.
Force India has confirmed Lance Stroll will replace Esteban Ocon at the team next year.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix stewards have dismissed Haas’s protest against Force India.
FRP Advisory, the administrators who handled the sale of Force India, expect legal proceedings brought by a rival bidder to be “dismissed at the earliest opportunity”.
Force India have been fined for the third time this year for releasing a car from the pits in an unsafe condition.
FIA president Jean Todt says there is not unanimous agreement between Force India’s rival teams for it to receive the prize money it earned before it was rescued from administration.
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Lance Stroll says he is “on standby” for a possible switch to Force India ahead of the next race at Monza.
Force India could adopt a new identity for the 2019 F1 season following its change of ownership ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix.
Esteban Ocon and Sergio Perez will remain Force India’s drivers in the “short term” says Otmar Szafnauer, amid rumours Lance Stroll could join the team.
Force India’s rivals unanimously agreed to let the team keep all the prize money it has earned, RaceFans understands
Force India’s exclusion from the championship means changes to the Formula 1 points ahead of this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
The Force India Formula 1 team will compete in this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix under the new name Racing Point Force India.
Sergio Perez insists it will be “business as usual” for Force India at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, though the team has been unable to give assurances it will take part in the race.
Urgent attempts are being made to permit Force India to enter this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix despite the team’s ongoing legal problems.
Force India may be denied entry for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix unless the team’s legal status is clarified, RaceFans has learned.
Dmitry Mazepin has not given up his efforts to purchase the Force India Formula 1 team despite administrators agreeing a rescue package with a consortium backed by Lawrence Stroll.
Uralkali, the Russian chemical giant run by the father of Force India’s development driver Nikita Mazepin, has claimed the team’s administrators did not act in its best interests in handling the sale which was agreed earlier this month.