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Force India to miss Jerez
Force India will now skip the first test of 2015 entirely after deciding not to run their old car at Jerez either.
Force India explain car delay
Force India are confident they will derive greater benefit from keeping their new VJM08 in the wind tunnel for an extra fortnight rather than running the car on track at the Jerez test.
New look for Force India
Force India will run with a striking new colour scheme in 2015 after revealing a revised livery at a ceremony in Mexico City.
New Force India on hold
Force India are to delay the debut of their 2015 car until the second winter test.
Palmer seeks third driver role
A frustrated Jolyon Palmer is still eyeing a third driver role with plenty of Practice One outings in 2015 after seeing drivers with bigger budgets secure vacant F1 seats.
Force India reveal launch date
Force India will launch their 2015 charger and new livery in Mexico City on January 21.
Engine loophole omits Honda?
Honda have reportedly been left out in the cold by a loophole that will permit the other engine providers on the grid to continue developing their units throughout 2015.
Force India switch wind tunnel
Force India have announced they will switch all their aerodynamic testing to Toyota’s wind tunnel in Cologne “in 2015 and beyond”.
Hulkenberg to race at Le Mans
Nico Hulkenberg is to race in next year's Le Mans 24 Hours after Force India gave him permission to drive a factory Porsche.
Mallya slams Red Bull
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has launched a scathing attack on Red Bull after both of their cars were thrown out of Abu Dhabi qualifying for technical irregularities.
Force India confirm Perez
Force India have officially confirmed Sergio Perez will remain at the team for 2015 and beyond after agreeing a new multi-year deal with the Mexican.
Perez hopeful future sorted soon
Sergio Perez is hopeful his future at Force India will be sorted out soon, although the Mexican was coy about the reason for the hold up with his new contract.
Palmer to test for Force India
GP2 Champion Jolyon Palmer will drive for Force India next week at the post-season test in Abu Dhabi.
Bernie stands firm on revenues
Bernie Ecclestone has repeated his call for F1’s struggling smaller teams to manage their finances better and insisted they cannot expect to receive any additional hand-outs.
‘Smaller teams being driven out’
Bosses of F1’s smaller teams are suggesting an agenda by the sport’s commercial rights holders to drive them out of business, with three-car and customer outfits making up the numbers.
Papers: F1 to run customer cars
Fleet Street believes F1 is preparing to field three-car teams in 2015 before running customer cars in 2016.
Bernie rules out fighting fund
Bernie Ecclestone has ruled out CVC Capital Partners giving more money to Lotus, Sauber and Force India to help ease their financial pressures.
Force India to retain Perez
Force India Team Principal Vijay Mallya says he has exercised his option to retain Sergio Perez for a second season.
'£100 million offered to teams'
Formula 1’s controlling shareholder is set to hand smaller teams a £100 million payment in an attempt to ward off the sport’s financial crisis, it was reported on Tuesday.
'Reckless' Perez punished
Force India’s Sergio Perez has been punished for “reckless” driving on the first lap of Sunday’s U.S. GP with a seven-place grid penalty for next weekend’s race in Brazil.