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Sahara Force India is delighted to welcome Medion AG as an official team partner for the 2013 season.
Medion, a long-term supporter of the team, will use the association to promote their Medion Mobile brand. Logos will be appear on the VJM06, the drivers’ and mechanics’ suits, and the team’s marketing tools. The partnership will also give the team access to a wide range of Medion products.
Sahara Force India unveiled its 2013 challenger today as Paul Di Resta pulled the covers off the VJM06 at Silverstone circuit.
The VJM06 is the third car to be overseen by Technical Director, Andrew Green, and builds on the strengths of the 2012 car. With stable technical rules the car is more evolution than revolution with the removal of the ‘step’ nose being the most obvious visual change.
Sahara Force India is pleased to announce Speedy Services as an official team supplier as part of a multi-year agreement.
Speedy is the leading provider of equipment and support services to various industries including infrastructure, industrial, construction and events. The relationship will give Sahara Force India access to the latest range of innovative, lean, safe and sustainable equipment to help with maintenance projects at the team’s Silverstone HQ.
Force India has hit back at claims co-owner Vijay Mallya’s reported financial problems could sink the Silverstone based team.
Citing sources, the Italiaracing magazine had said former Indian billionaire Mallya’s “severe economic difficulties” meant Bernie Ecclestone has “activated a plan to save the team”. The report mentioned the possibility of a return to F1 for Colin Kolles, or even Flavio Briatore.
The Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) has announced today that Teams across the F1 paddock have reduced their carbon emissions by 7%.
Formula One Teams drive carbon reduction
The carbon reduction was achieved over a two-year period from 2009 to 2011 by F1 teams including Caterham, Lotus, Marussia, Mercedes AMG Petronas, Sahara Force India, Sauber, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes and Williams. It follows an externally-audited exercise to set a target to reduce emissions from a baseline of 2009.