The same spokesperson confirmed the team will retain its current driver line-up of Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon for this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
Ocon’s place at the team is believed to be at risk from a Stroll move, as Perez has already signed to stay at the team next year. Following last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, Stroll said he was “on standby” for a potential change of teams.
The team was rescued from administration following the Hungarian Grand Prix in a deal to sell the team’s assets to a consortium including Stroll’s father Lawrence. However the team had to forfeit all the points it had scored so far in order to re-enter the championship.
Perez and Ocon finished fifth and sixth in the first race for the ‘new’ team in last weekend’s race at Spa.
Read the full story on Force India’s rescue deal in Dieter Rencken’s new RacingLines column tomorrow on RaceFans.
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