F1: Force India Drivers Not Getting Paid ???

Aug 28, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Paddock Talk

Austria's Sportwoche reports speculation that Nico Hulkenberg and Paul di Resta are the latest victims of team owner Vijay Mallya's struggling Indian airline Kingfisher.

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Aug 29, 2012
 
Try winning and they may get paid
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Aug 31, 2012
 
Had it not been for Maldonado's fluke win Force India would be ahead of Williams F1. Pastor and Bruno Senna haven't done squat since Spain. Steady points to the end of the season will see Force India at least one step higher in the standings.
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Had it not been for Maldonado's fluke win Force India would be ahead of Williams F1. Pastor and Bruno Senna haven't done squat since Spain. Steady points to the end of the season will see Force India at least one step higher in the standings.
And what does that have too do with getting paid? VJ is one of the richest men in the world..why...because he hates to pay his bills.
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And what does that have too do with getting paid? VJ is one of the richest men in the world..why...because he hates to pay his bills.
It doesn't have a God-damned thing to do with the drivers getting paid, but given the lack of discussion on these threads I thought I'd throw that out just to see if there was any response. Little did I know I'd catch a troll who wants to add nothing but criticism to the thread.
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It doesn't have a God-damned thing to do with the drivers getting paid, but given the lack of discussion on these threads I thought I'd throw that out just to see if there was any response. Little did I know I'd catch a troll who wants to add nothing but criticism to the thread.
Have you ever met VJ..I have...Narcissistic comes to mind.
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Sep 2, 2012
 
Thirteen points at Spa sees Force India six ahead of Williams already. With eight races left can FI catch Sauber?
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Oct 12, 2012
 
F1 Funatic wrote:
Thirteen points at Spa sees Force India six ahead of Williams already. With eight races left can FI catch Sauber?
Force India's billionaire team owner Vijay Mallya has had an arrest warrant issued against him by the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, according to reports in the Indian press and AFP news agency.

The warrant, which is non-bailable, relates to bounced cheques Mallya's Kingfisher airline issued to the operator of Hyderabad International Airport.

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