Apr.25 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Vijay Mallya will not be coming to any grands prix in the foreseeable future.

The Indian government has now revoked the Force India boss and co-owner’s passport.

Mallya’s passport had already been temporarily suspended amid his legal troubles following the collapse of his airline.

And a source told the Hindustan Times newspaper that the now permanently revoked passport and a non-bailable arrest warrant are good grounds to ask the British government to deport the 60-year-old former billionaire.

“But India will still need evidential support and present a strong case in the UK court,” the newspaper added.


Apr.25 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Vijay Mallya will not be coming to any grands prix in the foreseeable future.

The Indian government has now revoked the Force India boss and co-owner’s passport.

Mallya’s passport had already been temporarily suspended amid his legal troubles following the collapse of his airline.

And a source told the Hindustan Times newspaper that the now permanently revoked passport and a non-bailable arrest warrant are good grounds to ask the British government to deport the 60-year-old former billionaire.

“But India will still need evidential support and present a strong case in the UK court,” the newspaper added.