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Force India's Vijay Mallya Makes Moves To Change Name Of The F1 Team

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 29 / 17

Formula 1 team Force India co-Owner Vijay Mallya "has taken steps that could see India disappear" from the name of his team, according to Alan Baldwin of REUTERS. Listings at Companies House showed six businesses were registered to a London address on May 31 and June 6 using the Force One ...

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