The UK's companies registrar Companies House recently threatened to dissolve the Silverstone based outfit because it had not lodged its mandatory financial accounts for 2008.

The recent uncertainty about the future of the Force India team is now over.

The UK's companies registrar Companies House recently threatened to dissolve the Silverstone based outfit because it had not lodged its mandatory financial accounts for 2008.

Last Wednesday had been imposed as a final deadline for the Vijay Mallya-led team, but according to a Companies House public search, the paperwork is no longer listed as 'overdue'.

Force India's next accounts are due at the end of September.

In the team's new Mercedes-powered car, German driver Adrian Sutil ended the final winter test less than two tenths off the ultimate pace.

"Speed-wise the car is competitive and we have to show it in Bahrain now," he said.

 

 

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Force India's accounts uncertainty now over