Analysis: Why Force India’s name change is not so simple | 2019 F1 season

Furthermore, the regulations demand that chassis names include at least an element of a given team name, so Racing Point would need to adopt Force India into its team name.
The procedure for changing a chassis name is more complicated now than it was under the 2010-12 Concorde Agreement: then teams sought approval from the FIA and commercial rights holder (to ensure that any name was not ‘offensive’), and lodged applications with the F1 Commission.

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