Force India will not run Mercedes' latest-specification engine before the end of the season, Sergio Perez has confirmed.
Force India confirmed have Sergio Perez will stay with them for the 2016 season in an unchanged line-up alongside Nico Hulkenberg.
Force India are not writing off Lotus yet, despite regaining fifth place in the Constructors' Championship at Monza.
Sergio Perez has revealed he is close to securing another season at Force India and denied he has spoken to Renault about Lotus.
Force India's Bob Fernley reckons threat of customer cars has receded for now, but still thinks F1's finances must be changed.
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Silverstone team have no worries about competitiveness going into the title run-in, after a “bittersweet” Belgian GP.
Sergio Perez says he was in line to drive for Ferrari in 2014, before a 'reputation damaging' move to McLaren.
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Force India are confident they will resolve the failures which triggered the big crashes for Perez and Hulkenberg in Hungary.
Watch as Sergio Perez rolls during Practice One after the suspension broke on the rear of his Force India.
Force India are targeting fourth in the championship and have another upgrade package planned for the end of the summer.
Sergio Perez believes Force India can realistically chase down former world champions Red Bull with their new 'B-spec' car.
Sergio Perez admits it is “very good news” that Force India are now only one race away from their long-awaited revised car.
Force India will introduce their upgraded B-spec car for the British GP, deputy team principal Bob Fernley has confirmed.
Sergio Perez, Nico Hulkenberg and Pastor Maldonado have all had penalty points added to their licences in Malaysia.
Jenson Button says Giedo van der Garde driving for Sauber in the Australian Grand Prix is not a safety concern.
Force India have admitted they are set to fall behind at the start of the season following the delayed introduction of their 2015 car.
Force India's 2015 car, the VJM08, has finally been revealed with the team expecting to be in action from Friday onwards in Barcelona.
Force India have revealed they will run their 2014 car at the first Barcelona test next week while further development work is carried out on the VJM08.
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