Mallya would have gone crazy dancing after Giancarlo Fisichella not only grabbed the pole position in the Belgian race, but also finished second in the actual race. With this Force India has finally opened its account since its debut in the Formula 1 racing almost a year and a half ago.
Fisichella scored a surprise pole position Saturday, in the first pole for the team owned by the Indian billionaire Vijay Mallya, who owns the Kingfisher beverage and airline companies. And had Raikkonen not passed him near the start of the race after the Finn profited from a felicitous off-track excursion and then a safety car period after a pileup that took out some other contenders, Fisichella would have won the race.
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