Why Force India's rescue deal is still under fire

Why Force India's rescue deal is still under fire

The story of Force India's sale to a Lawrence Stroll-led consortium has dominated headlines in recent months - the team appears to be safe, but there are still certain hurdles it has to clear

The salvation of Force India is an extraordinary tale, with a few twists and turns along the way.

The outcome is that a solidly performing upper midfield team has not only been saved but, under Lawrence Stroll's ownership, could well expand and thrive in a way that was not previously possible. All jobs are safe, as are the suppliers that service the team. The risk of Formula 1 losing two seats in an already exclusive field has passed.

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