Racing Seats Available at Force India

Force India has been very impressive in 2010 season, though they lost sixth spot in the constructor’s championship to Williams at very end of the season with narrow margin. 2010 was the best season for the Silverstone based Force India team.
Force India’s racing lineup for the 2011 formula one grid is a hot topic with Adrian Sutil still not yet been confirmed by the team for next season, and also the likes of Nick Heidfeld, Nico Hulkenberg and Karun Chandhok are all linked with the team for same topic.
As the team’s current driver Vitantonio Liuzzi has contract for next year, and team owner and the boss Vijay Mallya has already hinted during 2010 season ending that more than one place is available. “We are the most attractive team with open spaces,” Auto Motor und Sport quotes him as saying.
With India set to join the F1 calendar for the very first time next year, the sport’s chief executive Bernie Ecclestone thinks Indian driver Karun Chandhok with Force India is an ideal lineup.
The team is expected to decide in next couple of weeks about the new drivers who are going to be for next season. Also, potentially, the vacant seat alongside Robert Kubica at Renault is no longer available, that makes Nick Heidfeld a good contender for the Force India racing seat.

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2 responses to “Racing Seats Available at Force India

  1. ram

    Force india should give seat to chandhok, that will increase their popularity too, or else heidfeld is good option to replace liuzzi, even incredible hulkenberg can be a gud option, but all this after chandhok

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