Vijay Mallya loves to be in the limelight for whatever reason.  His detractors say that he is only enjoying the fruits of the wealth that his father earned and some accuse him of trying to cartelize the Indian airline industry.  Without doubt he is the king of booze in India, owning almost all beer brands that are sold in India and also brands in all kinds of spirits.  It is therefore but natural that a spirited and soaring in the sky boss of team Force India F1 should join the gang of big talkers (who are becoming a rarity in F1) such as Luca Di Montezemolo and Bernie Ecclestone.  Mallya, who seems to have acquired a doctorate at some point of time, now says that Force India should score points at every race.  Very good idea but why discuss these things in public?