Just one more team remain to present 2011 car, after Force India has launched its 2011 car, the VJM-04. The team finished seventh in the constructors' title in 2010, just one point behind Williams, and this year they targeting fifth place, and hopes that VJM04 can deliver podium finishes in 2011.

Team Chief, Vijay Mallya, said:
"This year there is even more to be optimistic about. We've got three race drivers that are hungry to take the next steps in their careers, whether that be points, podiums or wins. We have an experienced technical team that have the ingenuity, flexibility and drive to adapt to the new wave of rule changes, and we also have the tools and resources in our partnerships with McLaren Applied Technologies and Mercedes-Benz High Performance Engines to aim even higher. Not to mention the very special event, and one that I personally can't wait for, the inaugural Indian Grand Prix. What better place would there be to reach some of those aims than on our home soil?"

The VJM-04 will hit the track for the first time at the second pre-season test on Thursday after the team opted to evaluate the new Pirelli tyres on last year's chassis at the first test at Valencia.