The Dutch supercar manufacturer Spyker struggled ever since it bought the Midland F1 team last year. Not only in the F1 the returns were lower then expected but also in the Dutch factory were Spyker builds their supercars things didn’t go as planned. Today someone within Spyker revealed they received an offer of 80 million Euro for the F1 team from a Dutch/Indian consortium, lead by current shareholder of Spyker Michiel Mol and Indian billionaire Mallya.

When the offer is accepted it seems almost certain that the F1 team has a bright future with the new owner Mallya, who also likes to organise an F1 Grand Prix in India within 2 years. The big question that remains on a lot of people’s minds is whether or not this will be enough for Spyker Cars to pay of their debts and continue developing and producing their unique supercars. We wish them all the best…

Spyker C8 Laviolette

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