Force India: Ocon every bit as good as Max
Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer reckons Esteban Ocon is "every bit" as talented as Red Bull's Max Verstappen.
Latifi joins Force India as 2018 F1 reserve driver
Formula 2 race-winner Nicholas Latifi has been named as Force India's reserve and test driver for the 2018 Formula One season.
Who is facing a make-or-break 2018 F1 season?
ESPN evaluates which drivers are facing a make-or-break 2018 Formula One season.
Mallya urges Force India sceptics to 'eat their words'
Vijay Mallya has told those who doubted the lofty ambitions he set for Force India ahead of the 2017 season to eat humble pie after seeing the team consolidate fourth position in the championship.
Force India slams 'completely flawed' F1 rules
Force India has accused Renault's Nico Hulkenberg of a "deliberate ploy" to bend the Formula One rulebook after he escaped a penalty for a race-altering incident on the opening lap with Sergio Perez.
Russell gets Force India FP1 outings
Mercedes-backed GP3 champion George Russell will make his Formula One practice debut with Force India at this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.
Force India ready to take risks in final races
Force India boss Vijay Mallya says he is happy for his team to adopt new approaches in the final two races of the 2017 Formula One season, now that it has sealed fourth place in the constructors' championship.
Force India to consider relaxing F1 team orders
The Force India Formula One team will consider relaxing its team orders policy having secured fourth place in the constructors' championship, according to chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer.
Force India explains team orders policy
Force India will not let drivers Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon race each other again until it has secured fourth place in the Formula One constructors' championship.
Ocon, Sainz at odds over Malaysia clash
Esteban Ocon has accused Carlos Sainz of driving straight into him during their battle in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
Virus-hit Perez completes hardest race of career
Sergio Perez says he was relieved to finish the Malaysian Grand Prix, a race he labelled as the hardest of his Formula One career, after battling a virus throughout the weekend.
Perez rues missed podium opportunity
Sergio Perez was left lamenting a strategy call to pit under a Safety Car period at the Singapore Grand Prix, which he feels cost Force India a potential podium finish.
Force India: $150m the right level for a cost cap
Force India COO Otmar Szafnauer believes a $150 million cost cap is entirely possible in Formula One and could be successfully policed by the FIA.
Ocon: Force India maximised Monza result
Despite being left disappointed he was unable to record his first Formula One podium, Esteban Ocon reckons Force India can be pleased it maximised its result at the Italian Grand Prix.
Ocon: Podium the aim at Monza
Esteban Ocon is eyeing a first career podium at the Italian Grand Prix after his heroics in qualifying.
Ocon: Third on grid a gift for Force India
Just days after his controversial collision with Force India teammate Sergio Perez, Esteban Ocon found the perfect way to make amends -- with a career-best qualifying display.
Ocon: Perez put my life at risk
Esteban Ocon says Force India teammate Sergio Perez put both their lives at risk in their clash during the Belgian Grand Prix.
Perez questioned 'dirty' Magnussen block in drivers' briefing
Sergio Perez raised Kevin Magnussen's driving to FIA race director Charlie Whiting in Friday evening's drivers' briefing after what he perceived to be a block in FP2.
Force India nearing renewed Perez deal
Sergio Perez is close to agreeing a new deal to remain with Force India for 2018, according to the team's chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer.
Ocon: Out-working Perez key to beating him
Esteban Ocon says spending more time on Force India's Formula One simulator and working harder than Sergio Perez has enabled him to "catch up" to his teammate's level of performance.
Perez hopes for new Force India deal by Belgian GP
Force India's Sergio Perez wants to have 2018 plans finalised by the time Formula One's summer break comes to an end.
Lowe: Williams won't give up on fourth
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe says his team remains determined to stay in the hunt for fourth place in the constructors' championship, despite trailing Force India by 60 points.
Young drivers react to 2017 F1 cars
After getting their first taste of Formula One's new era of wider and more aggressive cars, some of the young drivers who took part in the post-Hungarian Grand Prix in-season test report back on their experiences.
Hungarian Grand Prix: Full coverage
A round-up of all the coverage of the Hungarian Grand Prix, where Mercedes and Ferrari will continue their battle for supremacy in 2017, with just a single point separating rivals Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton in the drivers' standings.
Force India not giving up on catching Red Bull
Force India team owner Vijay Mallya insists he is refusing to give up on catching Red Bull for third place in the 2017 Formula One constructors' championship.
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