Here it is: The 2017 Force India car, the VJM10, in its pink livery - come and take a look
Force India will race in a striking new pink livery from the start of the 2017 F1 season after signing a major new sponsor.
Force India have unveiled the new VJM10 car for 2017 - and targeted a top-three finish in the Constructors' Championship.
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Sergio Perez has finally ended speculation surrounding his Formula 1 future by signing a new deal to stay at Force India.
Sergio Perez says he wants to know by next week whether he will be staying at Force India for the 2017 season.
Sergio Perez discusses his future with Sky Sports F1's Rachel Brookes and why he nearly quit Formula 1.
Sergio Perez has dropped out of 10th on the Singapore grid after picking up eight penalty places for breaking yellow flag rules.
Sergio Perez remains non-committal on his future at Force India, admitting a 2017 deal is still yet to be signed.
Sergio Perez admits he dreams of driving for Ferrari, but insists he won't second guess their future moves amid his own 2017 plans.
Renault's chances of landing their reputed targets are fading as the final pieces of the 2017 driver market fall into place.
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Renault are keen to announce their 2017 driver line-up this month and have several different options to consider.
Felipe Nasr, Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll are the leading contenders to partner Valtteri Bottas after Felipe Massa's retirement.
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Sergio Perez must consult with sponsors before his Force India stay is confirmed, despite renewal claims from Vijay Mallya.
Force India's Sergio Perez says he feels "proud" to be linked with a move to Ferrari, as he closes in on settling his 2017 plans.
Sergio Perez has opened up on his season at McLaren, a year which ended in the Mexican being ruthlessly dropped by the team.
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