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Force India Launches VMJ10; Team Owner Addresses Renault Boss' Comments

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 23 / 17

The Force India team unveiled the car with which it will contest the '17 Formula 1 season -- the VJM10 -- at Silverstone on Wednesday afternoon, according to Sean Gibson of the London TELEGRAPH. The car's "livery is a familiar blend of orange, black and silver," while on the design front the Force I...

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