|Occupation||Director and Co-Owner of Force India F1|
|Position Last Year||New|
Mol became a supporter of Christijan Albers, after Verstappen left Formula 1, and led a group of investors that put together a deal to buy into Spyker Cars and take over the Midland F1 team. Mol is now a major shareholder in Spyker and in September 2006 was appointed as F1 director of Spyker for a period of four years. On 14 August 2007, Michiel Mol left Spyker Cars as CEO amid speculation that it and Spyker F1 would be separated due to financial problems. In October 2007 Spyker F1 was sold to Indian businessman Vijay Mallya and renamed Force India. Mol remains as director and co-owner.