The Maple Leaf is back in the cockpit!
@NicholasLatifi will return to FP1 action in Russia next week. It will be his third F1 practice session of the year and he will drive Sergio’s car at the Sochi Autodrom.
Bring on Russia! #RussianGP
Sahara Force India can now genuinely call itself part of the F1 establishment.
Since its creation in 2008, the team has steadily made its way up the grid, achieving its best result of fifth in the championship in 2015.
It’s a remarkable step forward for the Silverstone-based outfit. A long-term plan, strong management and an insatiable hunger has enabled the crack team to emerge as a dynamic force capable of giving the frontrunners more than a little to worry about.
Given the size and resources of the team, such a performance was even more impressive.