The Force India Formula 1 team has been saved from administration by Lawrence Stroll, the father of Williams driver Lance Stroll and his consortium of investors. Administration is the equivalent
Lawrence Stroll has saved the team despite son Lance driving for rival WilliamsThe Force India Formula 1 team has been saved from administration by Lawrence Stroll, the father of Williams driver Lance Stroll and his consortium of investors.
Formula 1 Force India F1 saved from bankruptcy by rival driver’s father. The Force India Formula 1 team has been saved from administration by Lawrence Stroll, the father of Williams driver Lance
Canadian fashion mogul Lawrence Stroll has emerged as the head of a consortium of investors with a rescue deal for the financially capped but highly competitive Force India F1 team. Force India entered administration on July 27, a process similar to bankruptcy protection, following a court decision prompted by action brought by current driver Sergio Perez and other creditors.
That new owner came from someone within the F1 paddock—rival driver Lance Stroll’s dad. Force India went into administration before F1’s “summer break” and Lawrence Stroll came in at the
A rival bidder for Force India has claimed that the process that led to the team being purchased by a Lawrence Stroll-led consortium “may not be in the best interests” of Force India and Formula 1.
End of the road for Vijay Mallya’s Formula 1 aspirations – Overdrive the Force India F1 team has been in It has now emerged that a consortium led by Williams driver Lance Stroll’s father
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Back in 2016, fashion industry billionaire Lawrence Stroll spent a reported $80 million to get his son, Lance Stroll, a seat at Williams. Now the elder Stroll has gone and bought up an entire Formula One team, the struggling Force India.
An unsuccessful rival bidder for the Force India F1 team has raised doubts about how the administrators handled negotiations that resulted in the squad being taken over by a consortium led by Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll.