Force India is back on track with its regular motor home in the paddock of the Italian grand prix at Monza this weekend.

Force India is back on track with its regular motor home in the paddock of the Italian grand prix at Monza this weekend.

At Spa two weeks ago, team members were housed in a shabbier-looking MotoGP unit, raising questions about the financial health of the Silverstone based squad.

It was also whispered that Force India didn't want to take its impressive structure to Belgium because it was so close to the headquarters and legal jurisdiction of an unpaid German creditor.

"This is ridiculous," team boss Vijay Mallya is quoted as saying on Thursday by the Indian news agency PTI, explaining that it was the back-to-back nature of the Valencia-Spa races that prompted the decision to use the MotoGP structure.

"For your information, my motor home weighs 40 tonne and takes three days to dismantle and another three days to erect," he insisted.

"That's why we sent our original motor home to Monza and used a temporary one in Spa," explained Mallya.

 

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